NKT is an assessment tool to understand muscular compensation patterns in the body. By determining what muscles should be stretched and which shoulder be strengthened, we can unravel faulty movement patterns acquired from old injuries and repetitive strain.
Proprioceptive-Deep Tendon Reflex focuses on resolving the body’s held patterns of trauma and injury that present as altered reflexive changes. Treating reflexes can reduce muscle guarding responses while improving muscle tone, pain, and range of motion.
Anatomy in Motion is a transformative, global movement assessment of the body as it orbits around our centre of gravity in motion. AiM provides us with a framework to explore how modifying one joint can ignite a chain reaction through the rest of the system to change the way you move.
Selective Functional Movement Assessment is a movement-based approach which systematically finds the cause of pain, not just the source, by breaking down dysfunctional movement patterns in a structured, repeatable assessment.
Neurofunctional/Medical Acupuncture is based on contemporary scientific evidence and targets anatomical, neuro-reactive sites in the body that help decrease pain, reduce sympathetic activity, restore muscle activation, and expedite healing.