Matrix Repatterning is a gentle manual therapy developed by Dr. George Roth in Toronto, Canada. The method uses structural and bioelectric information to identify and treat core injuries to a person. The manual therapy is applied to the deeper and denser structures of the body, like bone in the skeletal framework and the deep fibrous tissues like fascia.
The method is based on the understanding of the body as one continuous, interconnected fabric, where injuries in one area of the body create areas of restriction and compensation in other areas of the body that interfere with function. This includes bioelectric changes that take place with impact from many sources that create areas of energy resistance or restriction rather than conduction and flow.
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A series of Matrix Repatterning sessions can release structural imbalances that have been created over years and restore ease, increased mobility and range of motion. It is relevant for both chronic and acute complaints.
Matrix Repatterning has demonstrated measurable success in the treatment of certain structural and functional disorders, such as:
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