is Integrative Neuromuscular Therapy
and why is it so effective?
Integrative Neuromuscular Therapy is a form of pressure therapy that has its
origins in the oriental healing arts of Shiatsu and Acupressure.
Raymond L. Nimmo, D.C., and James F. Vannerson, M.A., D.C., have
utilized the fundamental principles of the oriental pressure therapies
and created a very specific hands-on deep tissue therapy for the
reduction and/or the elimination of chronic myofascial (soft-tissue)
This powerful therapy normalizes and harmonizes two very important
body systems: the nervous system and the musculoskeletal system.
It works toward a reversal of the stress-tension-pain cycle and
the dissolving of long-term pain patterns. With the integrative
approach, neuromuscular therapy is brought into a more compassionate
mode by utilizing bodywork, moist heat and herbal liniments to
prepare the tissue before penetrating into the deeper layers.
This makes the treatments more effective: less uncomfortable for
the client and more rewarding and meaningful for the therapist.
The results are often dramatic: Reduction or elimination of
pain, increased circulation, more flexibility, deep relaxation,
a feeling of well-being and euphoria with more vital energy. This
is both a corrective therapy as well as one of the best preventative
medicines available to us today.
" Peggy's class changed
the way that I work and live! I loved her class..she taught me
much more than neuromusular therapy and how to use T-Bars. I learned
about physical and mental health. The class helped me to broaden
my business and bring in more clients. My clients love the new
techniques I have learned. Her class helped me in all areas of
my life, spiritually, emotionally and physically. Thanks Peggy"
C.Rottman Denver, Colorado
Neuromuscular Therapy has provided successful treatment
in many cases of:
- Headaches, migraines, facial or jaw pain
- Lower back pain, sciatica, or hip pain
- Back pain, spasms or cramping
- Arm and hand pain: tingling or numbness
- Leg and foot pain: tingling or numbness
- Knee pain (from tissue dysfunction)
- Abdominal spasms, digestive disturbances
- Whiplash injuries (neck pain and/or stiffness)
- Kyphosis, scoliosis, or lordosis
- Sinus pain
- Carpal tunnel syndrome
- Poor posture
- Tendonitis (tennis elbow)
- Athletic injuries or to increase performance
- Stress and anxiety
- Limited range of motion for most joints
- Maintaining excellent health--the best time to take care
of your health is while you still have it!!
"This work changed my life. For one, my career
took off because I was finally able to help correct client's
soft-tissue dysfunction and not just relax them. And I learned
what kind of treatment keeps me healthy and able to work a full
schedule without pain".
Integrative Neuromuscular Therapy is not meant
to replace competent, skilled medical care but works in conjunction
with necessary medical procedures
Instruction in Integrative
Neuromuscular Therapy is offered by
Peggy Daugherty ND
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In Denver, Colorado: 303-596-5431
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