Trigenics® is a revolutionary neuromusculoskeletal treatment system – which can rapidly relieve pain, accelerate healing, and improve muscle strength and performance. With Trigenics® your nervous system is treated to reset the way your brain communicates with your body.
Trigenics, trains the nervous system to reset the way your brain communicates with your body. Trigenics combines 3 treatment techniques which are applied at the same time which provides a more effective response then using only one technique. Trigenics incorporates a gentle combination of contemporary and ancient manual therapy methods.
How it works
A Trigenics Practitioner can effectively penetrate deeper into the patient’s tissue than other traditional manual methods such as Massage, Shiatsu, Trigger Point therapy, etc. The “blocking” of pain signals enables the Trigenics Practitioner to achieve this deeper penetration without the strong reactionary “jump response” commonly elicited with other therapies.
Trigenics® – A Neurological Treatment System
When muscles undergo stress or injury, their sensors stop sending proper nerve reflex signals to the brain. These muscles then become neurologically short or weak causing improper joint movement through a process called “neurological inhibition” or “NI”. When muscles are in a state of neurological inhibition, they will not strengthen or stretch fully with exercise or rehabilitation. “NI” may not always be immediately perceptible but it will eventually lead to weak links in the muscle movement chain which will lead to injury, pain and/or deterioration. Your Registered Trigenics® Physician/Practitioner or “Trigenist” is fully trained to be able to detect neurological inhibition. Once assessed, the Trigenist will have you lightly exercise using specific resisted movements during your treatment to generate your own neurological reflexes. Then, through application of a combination of 3 neuromanual medicine techniques, your Trigenist will manipulate and redirect your nerve signals to effectively “reset” the way your brain communicates with your muscles and body.