Do you suffer from chronic:
- Knee Pain
- Hip Pain
- Failed Back Surgery Syndrome
- Plantar Fascitis
- Frozen Shoulder
- Carpal Tunnel Syndrome?
Have you tried different therapies, drugs and surgery? Are you unhappy about how you feel? Is the pain affecting your life? Did you want to start living again?
Trigencs may be just what you have been looking for. Trigenics is a non-surgical procedure that resets the way the brain communicates with the body. Because Trigenics is a neurological procedure, patients often feel immediate improvement in their mobility, and have a significant decrease in pain.
For those of you who want to know how Trigenics works and if it will work for you, let's move forward.
Functional Nerve Tone
Let's say that you injured your knee. Well, you also changed the "functional nerve tone" of the knee. This means that the way the brain sees the knee is altered. You can go ahead and stretch the knee, exercise the knee, take drugs to cover up the knee, do therapy on the knee or even have surgery on the knee. All of this will still leave you incomplete. All because you never addressed how the brain sees the "functional nerve tone" of the knee.
Muscles do not think for themselves
Often times we are taught that the muscle is in spasm. Therefore, we are given muscle relaxers to help with the pain.
This "muscle spasm" idea makes you think that the muscle is acting alone. Fact is, muscles do not do anything without the brain telling them what to do. This is a vital component to Trigenics care.
Why Functional Nerve Tone to muscles is important
Every joint in your body is stabilized by muscles, and it is the muscles that pull the joint and make it move. Sounds simple enough, right? Not by any means is it simple. Your brain has to control each and every muscle involved. Some muscle have to have the proper strength to pull the joint. Meanwhile some other muscles have to have the proper length to allow the joint to fully move.
For instance, if I wanted to straighten out my elbow. My brain has to tell my bicep muscle to lengthen all the way to allow my elbow to get 180 degrees. My brain also has to tell my tricep muscle to have the strength to pull my elbow to 180 degrees. If you have proper "functional nerve tone" to the elbow, it will bend and straighten appropriately.
Too much functional nerve tone from my brain to my bicep will keep my bicep muscle short. This will not allow my lengthen so that my elbow can reach 180 degrees. Yes, you could stretch it, massage it, exercise it, drug it or surgically alter it. But the problem remains...too much functional nerve tone (hyper-tonicity). And the elbow will never function properly until it is reset in the brain.
Too little functional nerve tone to the triceps will not give the triceps the necessary strength to pull the elbow to 180 degrees.