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Electrons Plus Guided PEMF

This is a game changer when it comes to healing modalities! I feel as though it’s a cheat method that is somehow illegal! I can assure you that it is not 😊The scope and reach of this new modality has given practitioners, those that have chosen to invest in future medicine, an edge that is almost unfair!

Imagine a skilled doctor, chiropractor, physical therapist or manual therapist having a healing energy field come through their hands as they manipulate your body. This unique energy field can stimulate the healing process at a cellular level.

Much like a battery, the human body is electric. Our cells carry voltage. The electric charges necessary to maintain optimum health in our cells can decline from age, injuries and illness. E+ Therapy helps to restore this healthy electrical balance within the body. 

Please take a look at the bottom of the page for more information and how to try it out!

Manual Therapy (similar to ART) 

Through specific ranges of motion testing and palpation, the practitioner will take a muscle through a complete range of motion with appropriate tension and direction to help relieve restricted muscle tissue. This technique is most commonly used in conjunction with Electrons + Guided PEMF to create a far greater effect on the tissue without having to “beat up” on the tissue! 

Muscle Energy

Reciprocal inhibition and pnf techniques are the most commonly used methods of muscle energy. These tools are useful in re-education and release of muscle tissue and various groups of muscles (posterior chain for example) that require proper sequencing and firing.

Facial Abrasion Technique

Fascia is the biological fabric that holds us together, the connective tissue network. You are about 70 trillion cells — neurons, muscle cells, epithelia — all humming in relative harmony; fascia is the 3D spider web of fibrous, gluey, and Fascia-wet proteins that binds them together in their proper placement.

Understanding fascia is essential to the dance between stability and movement — crucial in high performance, central in recovery from injury and disability, and ever-present in our daily life from our embryological beginnings to the last breath we take.

With the FAT-tool, we are able to connect with this network of tissue and allow it to move freely and effortlessly. Unlike other methods of fascia release, this will not leave you bruised or sore! This tool is also very useful when using our Guided PEMF system as the tool becomes an extension of the practitioners hand and is incredibly useful in moving energy and getting muscle/fascia to fire again with proper speed and intensity! 

Rapid Release

Rapid Release Massage Therapy is a revolutionary breakthrough in therapeutic technology focused on relief of soft tissue problems affecting nerves, muscles, tendons, and ligaments. Rapid Release Massage Therapy was designed from the ground up to target scar tissue adhesions with a specific frequency. In addition, this frequency is in a range that is known to relax muscle guarding or spasms.

Rapid Release is the only device that targets scar tissue via resonance frequency to help break down scars! Also, Rapid Release floats and separates the fascia, allowing ease of movement. Class 1 medical device that is now part of our bag of tricks!


R.P.R. Reflexive Performance Reset

You are under constant stress, which pushes your body into survival mode.

In survival mode, your body utilizes compensation patterns that limit performance and can lead to injury. 

Rpr® resets the body out of survival mode and into performance mode

Your body has two priorities: to breathe and to move. To perform at our best, we need to do both properly. In a world of constant stress, our bodies find a way to meet those priorities by creating harmful compensation patterns.

Kinesiological Taping

Dr. Megann Schooley, board-certified clinical specialist in sports physical therapy and certified strength and conditioning specialist, explains it this way:


“All of your tissues — skin, connective tissue, fascia, muscles — contain sensory receptors that feel pain, temperature, and touch. Those receptors all contribute to proprioception—your brain’s sense of where your body is and what it’s doing. Kinesiology taping creates a lift that unloads the underlying tissues. Decompressing those tissues can change the signals going to the brain. When the brain receives a different signal, it’s going to respond differently,” Schooley says.

All modalities may be used individuality or together to create a synergistic healing experience.


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