It involves specialized instruments that deliver pulsations or vibrations to specifically targeted muscles, along with active breathing and movement from the patient, treating the natural neurological reflexes and resetting how the brain and body communicate.

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What is Trigenics?

Trigenics is a hybrid treatment approach that combines functional neurology, manual muscle therapy, and exercise rehabilitation. Trigenics aims to optimize the function of the nervous and muscular systems to improve movement, reduce pain, and enhance overall performance.

The treatment involves a combination of manual muscle testing and manipulation, nerve stimulation, and exercise rehabilitation. During the treatment, the patient's muscle strength and range of motion are assessed, with several techniques applied to enhance muscle function and reduce pain. Trigenics is a comprehensive treatment approach that addresses the underlying causes of pain and dysfunction to help reach a more optimal level of health and wellness.

Candidates for Trigenics

Trigenics is a treatment approach that can benefit a wide range of patients, including:

Patients who suffer from chronic pain

Trigenics can be effective in reducing pain caused by conditions such as fibromyalgia, arthritis, and chronic back pain. The treatment can help improve muscle function and reduce inflammation, leading to a reduction in pain.


Trigenics can help athletes improve their performance by enhancing their muscle strength, flexibility, and coordination. The treatment can also help prevent injuries and speed up recovery time.

Injured patients

Trigenics can help individuals recover from injuries by improving muscle function and reducing pain. The treatment can also help prevent future injuries by improving muscle strength and coordination.

Patients with neurological conditions

Trigenics can be effective in improving the function of the nervous system, making it a good choice for individuals with conditions such as multiple sclerosis, Parkinson's disease, and cerebral palsy.

What is a Trigenics treatment like to experience?

Trigenics treatments are performed by a certified, experienced medical practitioner. Your muscle strength and range of motion will be assessed, with muscle manipulations, pulses, and vibrations applied to improve function and reduce pain. During the treatment, it is possible to feel mild discomfort or pressure as the practitioner manipulates your muscles and nerves. However, the treatment should not be painful, and any discomfort is temporary.

What is the recovery time?

After a Trigenics treatment, you may feel sore or stiff while your muscles and nerves adjust to the changes. This is temporary, and you should begin to enjoy the benefits of the treatment within a few days. There is no real recovery time after treatment.

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Conditions treated with Trigenics

What physical conditions can be treated with Trigenics?

  • Frozen shoulder
  • Hip pain, muscle imbalances
  • Weak hip muscles
  • Knee pain
  • Tendinosis
  • Tendinitis
  • Tingling or numbness in hands
  • Elbow pain
  • Wrist pain
  • Decreased grip strength
  • Carpal tunnel syndrome
  • Neck pain, whiplash
  • Low to mid back pain
  • Building discs
  • Headaches, migraines
  • Poor posture
  • Back spasms
  • Respiratory conditions

Arch Medical Group delivers comprehensive treatment plans that utilize next-generation technologies and treatments to relieve pain and help the body heal itself. The goal is to help patients live their best lives, free from chronic pain. Our medical team takes a whole-body approach, treating the cause of chronic pain rather than masking the symptoms, and Trigenics has proven to achieve remarkable changes.

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