After a baseline of proper function and reduced pain or restriction is established, second-tier goals and aspirations often emerge: ‘Now that my plantar fasciitis is gone, do you think I would be able to go hiking?’ ‘Now that my back is no longer in pain, do you think I will be able to get back into playing sports?’ The Resilience phase of Neuro-Therapy is about conditioning the body’s appropriate responses to situations of higher stress and higher amounts of fatigue. No human is ever going to be in the perfect position in every moment. Resilience Training allows the nervous system to condition and retain a high-functioning baseline of appropriate movement patterns, even when conditions are unpredictable, for the sake of restoring the ability of the client to push themselves and perform to their full potential again!
Most treatments available focus on the physiological symptoms of an issue (torn or strained muscle/tendon/ligament, inflammation, spasms, displaced or damaged cartilage or vertebrae, etc). This may make sense practically, but it is limited in how fully and effectively it can resolve an issue. Unless the reason WHY too much force was transferred into the injured area can be discovered and re-educated, the nervous system will continue to have a reason to create protective patterns, and the issue can become chronic. However, if neurological signals can be re-educated and re-conditioned, there will be no obstructions to the efficiency of the natural healing process.
This allows for faster and more complete success in regaining the ability to return to a truly high-functioning state. Please visit the client testimonials page for examples of accelerated healing timelines created by the neuro-therapy process.