The MyoKinesthetic System — Myo = Muscle, Kinesthetic = Movement – The muscle movement technique that corrects and balances the nervous system.

Helping with:

  • Sciatica
  • Plantar Fasciitis
  • Neuropathy/Numbness
  • Post Stroke Problems
  • Chemo Side Effects
  • Back Pain
  • Migraines/headaches
  • Neck Pain
  • Rotator Cuff
  • Golfer’s Elbow
  • Tennis Elbow
  • Vertigo

Have your tried traditional therapies with little or no relief?

Consistent, Repeatable Results

The Myokinesthetic System is a method to quickly and easily reset the body to …

  • Alleviate (and eliminate) pain
  • Restore range of motion
  • Improve posture

The Myokinesthetic System is a unique and revolutionary technique that offers real relief for every patient and every client. It is not a repackaged set of tips and techniques. Unlike other systems, you won’t treat an area. Instead, you’ll work with the soft-tissue muscular system to change the nervous system to treat the cause of the problem.

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Evaluation:

With the MyoKinesthetic System, there are two ways to perform an evaluation, one is fast and easy, the other takes a little longer. I like to call these the “Calculator” way and the “Long Division” way. The Long Division way is the original method Dr. Michael Uriarte developed to determine a problem. It is much more reliable. However the faster way gets you to the correct problem 65%-80% of the time.

With Long Division, you do a postural analysis and, if needed, functional muscle testing to determine the nerve problem. A postural analysis can be very detailed. The easiest way to determine a nerve problem from posture is to look for gross abnormalities, making postural analysis very quick. We evaluate the nerve problem by looking at the following postures:

  • Flexion
  • Extension
  • Lateral Flexion
  • Rotation
  • Adduction
  • Abduction
  • Inversion
  • Eversion

“Posture is an outward expression of the nervous system” says Dr. Michael Uriarte.

If posture is so close to being balanced that we have to sit and determine if we see it or not, then that person is pretty close to being balanced. My goal is to see where in the nervous system the problem lies.

Clients Success
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