WHAT WE DO
We do a lot.
Rehabilitation + Education + Strengthening = Results.
We're focused on your health and wellness and are committed to keeping you moving.
You deserve proper care and attention.
Every trauma, whether physical or emotional, can cause dysfunctions in the nervous system.
By treating the nervous system directly, we can get you back on track.
Whether your injury is acute or chronic, clearing up the trauma to the nervous system will help.
THE FUTURE OF REHABILITATION
NERVOUS SYSTEM THERAPY
The Nervous System controls everything.
If you aren't assessing and treating the Nervous System, you're missing the bigger picture.
P-DTR is a cutting-edge form of rehabilitation therapy that utilizes muscle testing and neurological challenges in order to reset dysfunctions within the Nervous System.
Dysfunctions - whether structural, nutritional, emotional, or electrical - start out as faulty neurological signalling patterns in the Nervous System before becoming physical problems.
This therapy is excellent for those suffering from trauma, injury, pain, scar tissue, emotional dysfunctions, muscle dysfunctions, reoccurring problems, or chronic issues.
P-DTR is also the ideal maintenance therapy for healthy individuals that want to stay that way.
"Taking an active roll in your health can help you achieve your highest potential"
This client suffered an anterior dislocation of her shoulder during a Team Alberta Hockey tryout. She was cross-checked from behind and went shoulder first into the boards.
She came in for her session wearing a sling with an extremely limited range of motion accompanied by an excessive lack of strength (not uncharacteristic for a shoulder dislocation).
After one 30 minute session, we were able to assess and reprogram the dysfunctions in her nervous system caused by the trauma. The results are nothing short of remarkable, with her able to get back to full contact hockey one week after this session. She went on to earn a Gold medal as part of Team Alberta at the Canada Winter Games three weeks later.