As a physical therapist, I want my patients to know about all the tools they have at their disposal to reduce pain and find balance. Total Motion Release physical therapy is an innovative, comprehensive approach to pain relief and motion that I offer. For many patients, it has helped address issues like weakness, restricted movement, stiffness, and pain in almost every part of the body.
Total Motion Release is an excellent treatment choice. Here are four things you should know about it.
How TMR Works
Unlike other physical therapies that target the area of the body that is experiencing pain or imbalance, Total Motion Release physical therapy seeks to achieve realignment within the body by focusing on unhindered motion in a different part of the body.
For instance, if you were experiencing pain in your right shoulder, TMR would address the full range of motion in the left shoulder to release the restrictions in the body. TMR teaches patients how to treat specific difficulties using different exercises that unlock the potential of the body.
Total Motion Release Physical Therapy Utilizes the Whole Body
Total Motion Release is a comprehensive therapy, meaning it uses the whole body to treat pain instead of focusing on the area causing pain. By addressing the movement patterns of the entire body, TMR is able to provide long-lasting relief and balance.
TMR Is All about Realignment and Regaining Balance, Strength Follows
Many people think that musculoskeletal pain and weakness come from a strength deficit. With Total Motion Release physical therapy, the true cause of pain and weakness is a movement balance discrepancy. So many of the falling injuries that happen every day are not on account of a lack of strength in one part of the body, but because of an imbalance within movement capabilities. By realigning the imbalances located within the musculoskeletal system, patients will feel the strength return quickly.
TMR Puts the Power for Healing into the Patient’s Hands
Total Motion Release is an easy-to-use treatment for pain and imbalance. Once you learn how to do the exercises associated with the pain and movement issues that you are experiencing, you will be able to use them for the rest of your life to treat recurring issues.
Whether you are having issues with pain or motion when walking, sitting, or standing, TMR may be able to help.
Talk to Me about Total Motion Release Physical Therapy
At a moment when everyone is coping with staying home as much as possible, TMR is a great pain solution. I want to give you the tools that you need to find balance again without jeopardizing your health or safety, which is why I offer TMR services.
If you are looking for a solution that you can try at home, get in touch with me so that we can discuss whether Total Motion Release is right for you. I am happy to answer any questions you may have.
Carol is a physical therapist, a co-creator of Integral Human Gait theory, a certified Feldenkrais practitioner, and a Senior Trainer in Movement Intelligence. Focus, Align, Teach and Inspire! These qualities not only describe her work, but they also describe her presence. She is passionate when it comes to reconnecting learning with human function and health. Carol is in private practice at MontgomerySomatics.com in Columbus, Indiana.