Deb Kimmet Massage and Movement
Retraining the nervous system through gentle, pain-free movement is key to regaining muscular control and moving optimally again. Retraining can help keep an issue from returning.
When you’ve had an injury, muscles overwork to compensate for the injured ones. Once an injury heals, there is no automatic mechanism that tells the now healed muscles to get back to work!
Movement retraining helps the injured muscles get moving again. And movement helps the compensating muscles learn how to let the healed muscles take on more of the work.
The movements are done slowly, gently, and without pain. Pain stimulates the nervous system and we’re trying to calm it down. If the movements feel like work, then you are working too hard.
Ideally, the movements feel effortless. Paying attention, putting your awareness into the movements while moving slowly, retrains the brain and restores neuromuscular control.
Movements are performed in-session or as part of a suggested home-care program.
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Deb Kimmet Massage and Movement LLC
913 SW Higgins, Suite 205 - Missoula, MT