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Neurodynamics

Neurodynamics

Every part of our bodies work together to send signals and communicate with each other. The nervous system plays a huge role in pain management since misfired signals between the brain and an injury can cause additional pain. That’s where neurodynamics come into play in your pain management regimen. Most people haven’t heard of this method despite its high success rate in treating a number of painful conditions, including injuries, muscle aches, nerve pain and more. If you’re among the 40 million adults in America with chronic pain, discuss this option with our chiropractors at Motus Integrative Health.

What is Neurodynamics?

Neurodynamics is a special way of diagnosing and treating nerve conditions, which are a major cause of pain and stiffness. Motus Integrative Health utilizes various techniques to eliminate pain of all kinds, including nerve pain. Neurodynamics is a field that has developed considerably over the past 30 years and is now seen as an important treatment for pain. Many individuals find relief through this form of treatment, and that’s because this pain control method utilizes an understanding of how the skeletal and muscular systems communicate to mobilize the nervous system. 

  • Essentially, all nerves attach to connective tissues and peripheral tissues, such as the skin, fascia and bones. The brain sends signals to these areas to communicate with them.
  • Nerves are capable of elongating as a part of fitting with the body’s natural movements, so a neurodynamic technique utilizes this knowledge as part of treating nerve conditions. Understanding how a nerve stretches lets tension be applied to specific nerves by moving the areas in a certain sequence. 
  • If a nerve has been correctly tensioned, then it can be used to diagnose and test for painful conditions, and apply treatment. The process is most helpful when used as a diagnosis for problems with the nerves, such as when there is pain, numbness or tingling. 

Treatment begins with a physical examination, which assesses the mobility of the nervous system. Then, a chiropractor will come up with a treatment based on your physical condition, as well as the symptoms you’re experiencing. Neurodynamic techniques are often safer than most other treatments and more effective than traditional stretches. 

Who Benefits From Neurodynamics?

Neurodynamics are highly effective, especially when used in conjunction with chiropractic care. There are many health conditions with neurodynamic involvement, such as: 

  • Carpal tunnel syndrome
  • Whiplash
  • Sciatica
  • Cervical and lumbar nerve root injury
  • Ankle sprains
  • Hamstring injury

Any health condition involving a pinched nerve can benefit from neurodynamic techniques as this method relieves the tension at its core by eliminating the inflammation of the affected regions. Essentially, neurodynamics lets our chiropractors treat the issue at its core, much like how chiropractic care relieves pain by adjusting the spine’s position. With no medications or invasive measures involved, you can depend on this safe, effective pain management method. 

Talk to a Chiropractor Today

Neurodynamics is one of many possibilities for natural pain relief, and you can explore all of your options with the team at Motus Integrative Health. We provide a wide variety of solutions that are individualized to your needs, so call us right away for a private consultation. 

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