Neurokinetic Therapy is a corrective movement system that aims to address the cause of dysfunctional movement/coordination problems stored in the brain.
Manual muscle testing is typically employed to assess whether or not a muscle is strong/facilitated or weak/inhibited. When a muscle tests weak the motor control center of the brain perceives this as a failure and is opened to new learning.
NeuroKinetic Therapy can then be used used in an attempt to reprogram the motor control center. Correcting these dysfunctional movement patterns is an essential component of rehabilitative therapy.
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