Neuromuscular physical therapy

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Keywords: health services, Back Pain, Physiotherapy

Therapy (NMT) Neuromuscular Therapy examines six physiological factors: Trigger points – trigger points are highly irritable and sensitive points in the body which can refer pain to other parts of the body. Nerve entrapment/compression – when a nerve gets pressed or ‘pinched’ between the surrounding structures, it can lead to pain.Posture – Postural distortions result in underdevelopment of the supporting muscles and thereby lead to their weakening. Faulty movement patterns can result and intensify pain. Nutrition – Lack of adequate nutrition to the cells leads to an overall weakening of the entire system. Ischemia – In a condition such as Ischemia, the cells and tissues get a reduced blood supply and as a result are under-nourished. Stress – High loads of stress can adversely affect the functioning of the nervous and musculoskeletal system.

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