Ready To Discover How Pain Works?

Ready To Discover How Pain Works?

I would say that 80% of the seminars I’ve taken from gurus in the healing arts have been a busts.

What do I mean by busts?

When I asked them pointed questions about how pain works in the human body, most of them just shrugged and said, “I don’t know. That’s just how it is.”

I remember thinking, “I can’t tell my patients that.”

Such answers didn’t satisfy me so they sure as heck wouldn’t satisfy my patients.

When I found that no guru could answer my questions, I started seeking out answers myself.

I turned to science, reverse engineering how the body processes pain.

I drew bits and pieces from several disciplines to figure out why what I was doing had such a tremendous effect.

Ready To Discover How Pain Works?

I’ve been able to rid 98% of my TMJ and headache patients of chronic pain for good.

How do I do it?

It’s all about working with the way the human nervous system was designed.

For instance, I draw from neuromuscular theory, which focuses on several key components of pain relief such as nerve entrapment, nerve compression, and ischemia.

Nerve entrapment happens when muscles squeeze a nerve.

Nerve compression happens when bone squeezes or pinches a nerve.

Ischemia is a lack of blood flow to the muscle. This weakens the muscle, making it tender to the touch.

When you consider factors like these, you can see how the body compensates for injuries or stress through various mechanisms, all of which result in pain.

And you can release that pain by touching various points on the body to free constriction, which gets the body functioning optimally again.

My name is Paul Ruth of Mojo Physio in Scottsdale, Arizona.

If you suffer from TMJ or headaches, please give me a call.

It will be my pleasure to help you live life the way you were meant to, pain-free and happy.

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