The Neurologic Relief Centers Technique for Fibromyalgia Pain and Other Chronic Conditions
The Neurologic Relief Centers have developed a simple relief test that determines whether our complete treatment procedure will be effective for the patient who is suffering with:
- Severe chronic pain
- symptoms associated with Rheumatoid Arthritis, Peripheral Neuropathy, Lupus, Multiple Sclerosis, TMJ, Fibromyalgia, Autism, High Blood Pressure, Insomnia, Failed Surgeries, RSD (Reflex Sympathetic Dystrophy), Trigeminal Neuralgia, Vertigo, Parkinson’s and etc
The relief that comes from the testing is usually profound and lasts from minutes to days. The test is not only diagnostic but also prognostic. Those whose symptoms are relieved by the test will almost always respond to treatment.
Like anything, the test is not perfect, but for those who have symptoms, it almost always brings relief in minutes.
Our Technique for Relief of Neurological Symptoms
The Neurologic Relief Centers do not claim to treat fibromyalgia pain and other neurological symptoms. We are moving on the premise that it is a condition of the cervical spine causing an uncontrolled firing of the nervous system.
The aim of our technique is simply to reduce the CSF pressure and/or meningeal compression that causes the symptoms of neurologic disorders.The uncontrolled firing of the nervous system does not always come about from the same misalignment in every person. This results in different manifestations in different individuals, who understandably must be treated accordingly.
Our procedure involves relieving the meningeal compression. It is a series of techniques that are applied at the appropriate times. Some of these are modifications of standard techniques and some we have developed.
Our objective is to free up the neurological structures that are being encroached upon, thus allowing the brain and spinal cord to return to normal function. In most cases, there is little or no pain associated with this procedure. Where there has been severe trauma and many years in which to develop arthritis in the neck, the treatments may take days or weeks to bring relief.
The length of treatment for most people is generally three times a week over a period of eight to ten weeks (eight weeks usually works the best and is the standard for most patients), the treatment schedule often needs personal customization to meet individual conditions.
This is simply because it is in the nature of fibromyalgia and its causative mechanisms for the vertebrae to quickly return to the abnormal state where it has been for so long. And so it becomes of the utmost importance to hold the correction completely in place while the affected ligaments adjust and the body attempts to maintain this new position.
We have found that the longer the condition is present and the more severe the condition, the more intense the treatment needs to be.
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