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Known by most athletes as “ARP Wave Neuro Therapy”, the Neuro Muscular Therapy treatment works on the principle that joint problems, tendonitis, tears, sprains, fractures, or repetitive task injuries are caused by muscles not properly absorbing force. This energy is transferred to tissue not intended to accept the force. We find the muscles that are incapable of doing their job and treat them to eliminate the cause. Most of the time, the symptom of pain or weakness will be resolved. We do not treat the specific bone fracture, joint problem, or tear, but treat the muscles so they can do their job supporting these areas. ARP is an acronym for Accelerated Recovery Performance, a system comprised of technology and protocols created by Denis Thompson, founder of the ARP Wave system. However, it’s important to note that ARP is simply one brand of that technology. The treatment itself is called Neuro Muscular Therapy, and we will refer as such hereafter:
What Neuro Muscular Therapy Teatment Does:
- Accelerate recovery from injury or surgery
- Reverse chronic pain
- Optimize athletic performance
Chronic Conditions Treated with ARP Wave:
- Back Pain
- Bone-on-Bone Joint
- Multiple Sclerosis
- Osgoods Schlatter’s
- Plantar Fasciitis
- Restless Leg Syndrome
- Temporomandibular joint disorder (TMJ)
What is Neuro Muscular Therapy?
- Neuro Muscular Therapy is a supplemental therapy which treats the neurological origin of all physiological symptoms not the symptoms.
- Neuro Muscular Therapy is a supplement to all other forms of therapy. All other therapy or treatments deal with the physiology of the condition not the neurology.
- Where the patient has pain is where the problem ended up NOT where it is coming from.
- Where a surgeon does surgery is where the problem ended not the neurological origin.
How Does Neuro Muscular Therapy Work?
Neuro Muscular Therapy will determine the origin of the signal which is causing restricted ROM or pain.
Once the signal is identified the patient must neurologically reeducate the muscles to absorb force and break all neuro compensation patterns.