Summary of Approaches

  • Z Health – A brain based approach where problematic areas of the brain and nervous system are assessed, treated, and optimized to decrease pain and maximize physical performance.
  • Primitive reflex release techniques (PRRT) – A set of manual technique that take advantage of our body’s natural reflexes to decrease muscular tightness and calm the nervous system.
  • cFascial Manipulation – A manual therapy approach targeting the fascia of the body.  Fascia is the dense connective tissue that covers the entire body, separates groups of muscles, and envelopes each individual muscle cell.  When fascia becomes too restricted or dense, the fascia can constrict blood flow, compress nerves, and give improper signals to the brain about how well the muscles are working.
  • Dynamic Neuromuscular Stabilization (DNS) –  DNS approach emphasizes retraining normal developmental patterns of movement and stabilization to decrease stress on our bodies and improve efficiency of movement.
  • Selective Functional Movement Assessment (SFMA) –  This is a systematic biomechanical approach which incorporates corrective movement exercises to improve movement patterns and decrease the likelihood of injuries.
  • Pilates – Takes the body through a wide variety of movements requiring various levels of stability and mobility utilizes a variety specialized equipment or body weight resistance