The 5 Components of MPS Therapy

MPSButtonWHAT IS MPS THERAPY?                            MPS stands for Microcurrent Point Stimulation, a new FDA approved therapy that combines the principles of acupuncture and neurology with technology.

MPS can be used as “battlefield acupuncture” by soldiers for quick pain relief.

HOW DOES IT WORK?                                                                                                          A unique neurostimulator combined with myofascial techniques, addresses three body systems simultaneously; nervous, musculoskeletal and the endocrine system.

AN INTEGRATIVE APPROACH; 5 COMPONENTS OF AN MPS THERAPY SESSION  1. Calm the autonomic nervous system by stimulating points in the wrists and ankles that  release endorphins reducing pain and creating a calming effect.                                            2. Address scar tissue, freeing fascial restrictions.                                                                3. Relieve nerve root entrapment along the spine freeing neural pathways.                          4. Achieve structural realignment by releasing the low back and sacrum.                              5. Address emotions through the limbic system. Chronic pain creates intense emotional states that in turn intensify pain cycles, increasing anxiety, therefore inducing a sense of hopelessness.

MPS THERAPY HAS PROVEN EFFECTIVE IN REDUCING PAIN LEVELS IN MANY NEUROMUSCULAR PAIN SYNDROMES SUCH AS…..

  • Fibromyalgia, Shingles pain, Bell’s Palsy and Vertigo,TMJ and Tension Migraines.
  • Frozen shoulder, wrist pain, Repetitive Strain and use injuries.
  • Plantar fasciitis, Sciatic Pain, Postoperative pain and Sports injuries.

Source: Pain Pathways

Call (931) 456-5055 to schedule an MPS Therapy Session. MPS Therapy is also available as a component in our Healing Arts Massage. See our website link on this page.

 

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