WHAT IS NEUROMUSCULAR REEDUCATION?
Each time your body moves, your nerves are sending signals to the muscles to let them know to perform an action. This is an innate aspect of human mobility as repeated movements are stored in the brain over time. However, a serious injury could interrupt this "muscle memory" and leave your nerves or muscles incapable of communicating with one another. When this phenomenon occurs, neuromuscular reeducation is offered to help your body relearn the signals and movements. This helps to restore function and improve your mobility once more. At The Wellness Institute of Dallas, our skilled team offers neuromuscular reeducation for individuals who require physical therapy to regain their function after an injury or other traumatic event. To schedule your consultation, contact our office in the Highland Park region of Dallas, TX.
"We travel all the way from west of Fort Worth to go to the Wellness Institute of Dallas. Our whole family has received treatment there for several personal complaints and we always consider them because we keep getting fantastic results. We get regular chiropractic care and we are also getting some neurological therapy, We appreciate Dr. Nutt and all the staff at their facility. They treat us for overall health, and treat us individually and appropriately! I have recommended this practice to friends and coworkers, and I am doing the same for you too. You will probably find, as we do that you will always come away with just the treatment you need and a little good health practical knowledge with every visit."- D.H. / Google / Apr 19, 2020
"Great place to go for chiropractic and functional medicine."- R.G. / Google / May 17, 2023
"Dr. Nutt and the team are amazing! I have never had a doctor so determined to help me. I have seen multiple different doctors for my issues and he is by far the most knowledgeable and eager to get me feeling better. Thank you!"- M.H. / Google / Feb 13, 2022
"Great experience!"- J.S. / Google / Jan 27, 2022
"Incredibly impressed with the level of service and knowledge of Dr. Nutt."- S.S. / Google / Jul 06, 2021
how is it done?
There are three primary techniques that make up neuromuscular reeducation. These are:
- Manual facilitation
- Therapeutic exercises
- Balance exercises
Your particular therapy and treatment plan will depend on the type, severity, and cause of your mobility issue. Neuromuscular reeducation is a continual process that allows you to reestablish your mobility, muscle, and neurological functions over time so it's important to be committed to the process.
REGAIN YOUR MOVEMENT
When your body doesn't move the way it used to after an injury or accident, it's still possible to get back most of your mobility. Our team at The Wellness Institute of Dallas aims to help improve your body functions by offering advanced physical therapy techniques to help you regain your movement and feel like you again. Reach out to our Dallas, TX team to learn more.