Myofascial Chirotherapy


Neuro-Myofascial Chirotherapy is a unique discipline that combines the principles of myofascial release and chiropractic adjustment. It treats the body parts as a whole, interconnected to each other. Important functions of the body are controlled by the brain, spinal cord, and all the nerves of the body. When the bones of the spine lose their proper alignment, the nervous system becomes impaired.

Any kind of restriction caused by stress, physical trauma, immobility, or bad posture affects the body's complex network of nerves, tissues, muscles, fascia, bones, tendons and ligaments. 


Reduces Muscle Tension
- Muscle tension reduces the circulation of the blood and movement of lymph in an area. Neuro-Myofascial Chirotherapy relieves contracted, shortened, and hardened muscles.

Improves Blood Circulation 
- Neuro-Myofascial Chirotherapy aids in stimulating nerves that supply internal organs and blood vessels. Neuro-Myofascial Chirotherapy dilates and allows greater blood supply to them.

Induces Better Lymph Movement 
- The lymph drains impurities and wastes away from the tissue cells. Neuro-Myofascial Chirotherapy helps to move lymph thereby eliminating toxins from the body.

Increases Mobility and Range of Motion of Joints
- Muscles and connective tissues surround and support many other parts of the body. Neuro-Myofascial Chirotherapy's method of gentle stretching action lets tissues and muscles regain elasticity for movement.

Stimulates or Soothes Nervous System - Neuro-Myofascial Chirotherapy balances the nervous system by soothing or stimulating it, depending on which effect is needed by the individual at the time of treatment. 

Promotes Function
- Neuro-Myofascial Chirotherapy resets and adjusts nerve signal conduction in order to restore proper function of organs and systems and promotes overall mobility.

It creates a binding effect, resulting to alteration in the body's alignment, blocking the blood and lymphatic flow to and from the different organs, and affects your mobility. All of the changes from the normal state of health can cause dysfunction and disorders.
“neuro” - nerves
“myo”    - muscles
“fascia” - tissues, soft ligaments, tendons, joints
“chiro”   - spine
Patient with evident lateral curvature of spine (scoliosis) as seen in MDITI™. Continuous Neuro-Myofascial Chirotherapy  improved patient's condition.
Each nerve communicates information between your brain, spinal cord, tissues,  organs and systems. They convey sensation, motion and impulses to the entire body. Disruption on the nerve and signal conduction affects function and mobility. Injury, pain, poor coordination, disrupted movement and organ dysfunction may arise if nerve and signal conduction is not corrected.

The fascia is the thin layer of connective tissues in the body that resembles a spider web and extends without interruption from the top layer of the head to the tips of the toes. It covers and interpenetrates every muscle, bone, nerve, artery, vein, organ and cell in the body. When it becomes tight, restricted or unbalanced in any way, it can place incredible stress on any bone, organ, nerve, or other system in the body.

Touch is the core ingredient of Neuro-Myofascial Chirotherapy and also combines science and art. It conveys a sense of caring, an important component in the healing process. Neuro-Myofascial Chirotherapy involves gentle, sustained deep pressure, precise and careful manipulation of the body. Used to eliminate pain and restore mobility, Neuro-Myofascial Chirotherapy also includes education in proper body mechanics and movement, and enhancement of posture, flexibility and strength. This method also increases motion, improves circulation and reduces swelling and pain. Once the interference is removed, the organ, gland or muscle is able to function properly.
Neuro-Myofascial Chirotherapy addresses and alleviates a wide range of problems, including:
  • Acute and chronic pain
  • Movement restriction
  • Unexplained headaches
  • Temporomandibular Joint (TMJ) dysfunction
  • Fibromyalgia
  • Chronic fatigue
  • Migraine
  • Sports injuries
  • Scoliosis
  • Slipped disc
  • Nerve impingement
  • Neurological dysfunction
  • Whiplash
  • and many more