Trigenics is a revolutionary holistic approach to physical therapy, retraining the brain and nervous system and helping you achieve optimal muscle function while reducing pain and discomfort.
The Science Behind Trigenics
Trigenics is based on the principles of neuroplasticity, which is the brain's ability to change and adapt in response to new experiences. Trigenics aims to reprogram the brain's motor control centers to improve movement patterns and reduce pain by stimulating specific sensory receptors in the muscles and joints.
During a Trigenics treatment, the therapist uses manual techniques, such as muscle manipulation, joint mobilization, and specific exercises and stretches to activate the sensory receptors in the muscles and joints. This sensory input is then processed by the brain, resulting in:
- Improved muscle activation
- Increased range of motion
- Decreased pain
Trigenics also incorporates principles of musculoskeletal anatomy and physiology. Trigenics aims to improve physical function and reduce pain by targeting specific muscles and joints by addressing underlying structural imbalances.
During a Trigenics treatment, the therapist may use any of the following techniques to address areas of tension and restriction in the muscles and joints:
- Myofascial release
- Trigger point therapy
- Joint mobilization
Trigenics also emphasizes the importance of proper movement patterns and posture to maintain optimal physical function and reduce the risk of injury. The therapist may provide specific exercises and stretches to help you maintain proper alignment and movement patterns.