Identifying the neural impairment and balancing the system accordingly is vital to recovery. Our balancing process alters brain activity in the motor cortex. This changes the muscles reactivity and recruitment patterns relative to speed of contraction; symmetry; and sequence of firing. When these components are working in a healthy manner, the performance of the muscular system allows for greater force production and absorption. This leads to increased performance and injury prevention.
“The central nervous system has an immediate and measurable ability to correct mechanical dysfunction manifesting in a patient’s athletics with the correct activation and stimulation of neural pathways.” – Dr. Helm