Areas of treatment in Trigenics?
Trigenics has been found to benefit a wide assortment of patients. Trigenics is primarily used in all phases of rehabilitation as well as for maintenance care and athletic performance enhancement. The aim of Trigenics® is to remove restrictive barriers of movement in the body and to reset, restore and optimize normal myoneural physiology. This is accomplished by decreasing protective muscle spasm, fascial tension, joint hypomobility, pain, and swelling and increasing circulation, strength and length.
Conditions of the neck, back, pelvis and thorax
Trigenics can be used to effectively treat any non-organic condition of the spine and pelvis. Sacroiliac, gluteal, sciatic, lumbosacral, neck and upper back, ribs, lumbar strain, general myofascial or musculotendinous conditions have all benefited tremendously from Trigenics alone.
Trigenists also need not shy away from relatively serious conditions such as herniated disks, facet impingement, stenosis, fusion, spondylolisthesis, degenerative disk disease, arthritis, scoliosis, healed fracture, post surgical laminectomy, post surgical diskectomy, Harrington rods etc. Many of these conditions have also benefited significantly. With organic conditions, limitations are placed but these conditions may be aided by Trigenics applications using myomeridian medicine formulas or in conjunction with other modalities
Trigenics is not contraindicated in patients with osteoporosis or cancer, as treatment is completely non-traumatic.
Trigenics treats the dysfunction locally on a myoneural level by effectively decreasing pain and muscle hypertonicity, resetting the resting tonicity, reducing fascial tension, and restoring joint mobility. Holistically, conditions are treated by balancing the body's bio-menergy. In cases of severe restriction of motion, it is possible to beneficially apply Trigenics within the limited available range.
Conditions of the extremities
Patients who have been diagnosed with bursitis, rotator cuff tendonitis, impingement syndrome, thoracic outlet syndrome, acromioclavicular sprain, sternoclavicular sprain. post fracture conditions, frozen shoulder, tennis and golfer's elbow have benefited dramatically with Trigenics, usually on the first treatment and after all other treatment methods have failed.
Patients who have been involved in a motor vehicle accident respond extremely well to Trigenics, as in other cases where there is a clear mechanism of injury that is traumatic in nature. If the accident is severe and there are many conflicting hypersensitive myopoints, a severe hypersensitive myopoint in another area, as determined by the assessment may need to be treated initially. Headaches, tinnitus, dizziness and TMJ dysfunctions also respond well.
Trigenics, as a conservative functional therapy, should always be considered before surgical options are initiated