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The 21st Century Wellness Center 
Home of Herb Power 21®-Our Registered Trademark 

Neuromuscular Therapy, Iridology, Cell Analysis, 
Hair Analysis, Weight-Loss,  Healthy food Parties.

Neuromuscular Therapy

Description  Of Therapies

Trigger Point Therapy: A Special therapy to release  blocked energy  flow  within nerves
and muscles.
Lomi-Lomi: A style of  massage used in the  Hawaiian Islands to promote relaxation and stress  release.
Deep  Tissue  Therapy: Compression touch  applied  to  release  knots  in   muscles, that
can be light moderate or deep. 
Myofascial Release: A system of bodywork  affecting connective tissue, that relaxes and          elongates muscles.
Neuro-Lymphatics: A  Specific  type of  massage that enhances lymphatic function.
Touch-For-Health:  A whole  system  of  acupressure  and  energy   work that improves   postural   balance and reduces pain and tension.
Reflexology: Method of massaging  hands and   feet   to  stimulate  over  7,200  nerve endings  that  correspond  to   all   parts  of the body including organs and glands.
Sports Massage: An aggressive massage for those  active   people  with  sore,  aching


About Us

* Professional equipment!
* A desire to help people!
* Well trained therapist!
* Years of experience!
 * Knowledgeable!


Definition of Neuromuscular Therapy

Neuromuscular Therapy manipulations can be applied in a systematic approach or plan to influence conditions that affect physical function. Skeletal muscles respond with direct biomechanical effects. Within this response, biomechanical effects will encourage or affect reflex reactions that involve the nervous system or chemical responses. The variety of responses is reached at many levels. The nervous and other neural chemicals, and the release of histamine and other cellular secretions, the release of chemical substances affects a structure or system of the body directly or indirectly.

The foundation for the benefits of neuromuscular therapy is understanding the nature of the   effects on circulation, elimination, and nervous system control. Circulation is primarily improved by direct  biomechianical responses to manipulations. A secondary benefit is also obtained through reflex  response encouraging chemical secretion or nervous system control circulation   improvement delivers nutrients, oxygen, and arterial blood component to the local area being manipulated or the general circulation. The benefit of circulatory improvement is the secondary effect of improved filtration and elimination of carbon dioxide metabolites, and also biochemical by-products that have the ability to affect elimination, generally enhances the abilities of the structures to benefit and support normal function.

Neuromuscular therapy manipulations directly benefit restrictions to muscle tissue function. Mechanical  benefits and reflex  responses combine to help the muscular soft tissues respond through  circulation improvement and elimination of by-products. Mechanical effects on the muscular tissues include influence on the stretch receptors, tendon apparatus, and direct manual stretching of the muscle fibers. The reflex effects encourage relaxation of the tissues through change in the motor nerve output and chemical secretions. Clients receiving neuromuscular therapy report a variety of sensations. Emotions, feelings, and mental perceptions that are subjective, difficult to measure, and uniquely individual when nutrition is improved and elimination enhanced, and also the structures of  muscle  tissue are localized; and have the potential for normal function.

Neuromuscular therapy  benefits conditions by the method of encouraging the body through the phases involved in rehabilitation, restoration, and normalization of anatomic and physiologic  function and ability. Psychological benefits occur subjectively and individually in response to  therapy with secondary effects that influence sensation and subjective results of therapy combine to create individual responses that affect the desired health outcome.