How does Kinesiology help when in pain?

Imagine a life with no pain. For some people they might wonder, if this is even possible and the answer is yes. Kinesiology sessions create balance in your body and hence pain relief. Most pain has its routes in three key areas of the body including the energy systems, injury caused by a knock or an accident and in your diet. Kinesiology uses the Acupressure Energy points to balance the meridians in the body.

“The doctors of the future will give no medicine but will interest patients in the care of the human frame, in diet and in the cause and prevention of disease” by Thomas. A. Edison.

What is Kinesiology ?

Kinesiology is a holistic treatment, after attaining your clinical history (medications, surgery and genetic influences, etc), your practitioner will apply the appropriate therapy to correct your condition. Some patients experience varying amounts of symptoms (reactions), particularly after the first one or two sessions. These symptoms, while they may cause a degree of discomfort are a sign that significant change has taken place. This is seen as a good sign, despite the discomfort. After 1 to 2 days these symptoms usually fade away leaving a great feeling of wellbeing and more importantly, an efficiently functioning nervous system.

Kinesiology treatments can benefit you if you are suffering from

HeadacheBack PainShoulder Pain
Trauma from AccidentChronic PainAllergies
Emotional StressPoor self-esteemFears & Phobias
Sleep ProblemsLow energy levelsDigestive Isses
Child Learning ProblemsDyslexiaDyspraxia
MenopauseRelationship problemsPTSD
ADHDAnxietyPoor focus & concentration

How does pain impact the quality of your daily life?

With Chronic pain your body keeps hurting weeks, months, or even years after the injury. Doctors often define chronic pain as any pain that lasts for 3 to 6 months or more. Chronic pain can have real effects on your day-to-day life and your mental health. Unfortunately, living with pain can affect a person’s mood by making someone more susceptible to emotional changes that can foster depression, anxiety, and fear. Such mood disorders can also promote a person’s dependence on prescription medications designed to treat the pain, such as opioids.

Physical therapists have used kinesiology tape to lift the skin over these tense, knotted muscles. When the area is decompressed, pain receptors send a new signal to the brain, and tension in the trigger point decreases. When Kinesiology tape is properly applied, the elasticity in the Kinesiology tape gently lifts the skin from the tissues below. This gentle lifting of the skin creates a space to improve blood and lymphatic flow which ultimately helps to alleviate pressure and reduce swelling.