"Everything should be made as simple as possible, but not simpler."
What is NRT?
Neural Reset Therapy® is a recently developed form of bodywork that offers rapid muscular pain relief by working directly with the nervous system.
Muscle tension is controlled by the nervous system. Proper application of NRT resets the nervous system to release a muscle form excessive tension. With the release, the knots, pain, and tightness are gone, and joint mobility and posture improve.
NRT is not an energetic technique. Rather, it is based on sound principles of physiological and neurological science discovered by two great researchers, Sherrington and Pflüger. These scientists investigated the nervous system over a century ago to uncover its basic operating laws. NRT is an exciting new development based on fresh insights by Lawrence Woods, LMT concerning how to make reliable clinical use of Sherrington and Plüger's discoveries.
"Your treatment totally changed my trajectory and the improvement continues. I only took the pain medication once today where I had been doing it every 4-6 hours before your treatment." — C.O., Fairfield, IA (on recovering from a fall)
How is NRT Different from the usual methods of massage, physical therapy, or chiropractic?
During each NRT session the therapist checks each area of your body to locate any painful or tight places. Then resets are performed for any dysfunctional muscles. The resets allow the muscles to return to a healthy state.
- NRT is done fully clothed
- No lotions or creams are involved
- No deep pressure is required
- There is no massaging of the muscles
- There is no stretching
- There are no joint adjustments
- No needles, drugs, or natural substances are applied
- No face down positions are needed
- Often the muscle can be reset by working on the opposite side of the body
Who can benefit from NRT?
Commonly thse conditions have been seen to improve greatly or disappear completely with NRT treatment:
- Neck & back pain
- Muscle spasms
- Headaches (especially migraines)
- Carpal tunnel syndrome
- TMJ syndrome
- Tennis and golf elbow
- Pain from unknown causes
- Pain persisting long after a trauma, including post-surgical pain, rotator cuff injury, and sciatica-like pain.
"I am in my late 70's. For 6 months I had been trying to find a
way out of pain that made walking, stairs, sleeping, and chores very
difficult. The pain was a sharp, debilitating pain that radiated through my
leg and hip from an injury due to a fall. I was unsuccessful with several different
modalities until Linda introduced me to NRT. There was instant relief
when her skill with NRT released the painful patterns of the injury.
I was then able to manage recovery myself under her caring supervision.
I am so grateful for NRT and Linda's great skill and compassion."
— T.M., Fairfield