Neuromuscular therapy is a specialized form of massage that focuses on the treatment of trigger points and areas of muscle tension related to the nervous system. It is often used to address specific pain patterns and musculoskeletal imbalances. Key features of neuromuscular therapy include:
Trigger Point Identification: NMT practitioners identify trigger points, which are hyperirritable spots in muscles that can cause pain and referred sensations. These points are often associated with muscle knots and tightness.
Precise Pressure Application: NMT involves applying precise pressure to trigger points to release tension and alleviate pain. This pressure may be static or applied in a rhythmic manner.
Postural Assessment: Practitioners may assess a client's posture and movement patterns to identify imbalances and areas of muscular dysfunction.
Stretching and Soft Tissue Manipulation: In addition to direct pressure, NMT may involve stretching and soft tissue manipulation to improve flexibility and release tension.
Pain Management: Neuromuscular therapy is commonly used for pain management, especially in cases of chronic pain conditions, muscular injuries, and postural issues.

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