What is neuro-muscular readaptation

Neuro muscular readaptation is BMT.

A new paradigm opens up in the training and treatment  of motor control of our body, from BMT and after years of research, we have come to endorse our hypothesis thanks to the results obtained during practice. When it comes to achieving an improvement in the stability and joint health of our joints, not all parts of the body are equally important, there are sequences and neuromuscular chains that we must pay close attention to.

BMT is a Functional Recovery process that seeks to produce a re-organization of the nervous system in relation to movement.
The aim is to strengthen the neurological pathways that control the different muscles of the body in order to improve the quality of movement by interconnecting, through the properties of the tissues and the improvement of central motor control, the different parts of the human body.
It is work to strengthen the neurological pathways that control the different muscles in your body in order to improve the quality of movement your body performs.

This type of neuromuscular work is of interest to two groups of professionals.

Therapists and trainers of different disciplines:

It is of interest to therapists such as masseurs, sports masseurs, physiotherapists, osteopaths… because we all have clients who have movement restrictions or joint and muscle pain, Bmt is a good system that works with the processing of cortical areas related to movement, more joint stability, more control and therefore less pain, working on the somatosensory cortex and the motor cortex we will get first to prevent hypomobile areas appear tense and painful in compensation to hypermobile areas.

Any traumatic area will always have two components, one functional and the other structural, BMT focuses on the functional component (the function makes the structure).
Because although we as therapists treat this inflamed or shortened tissue, we have to re-establish the normal function of this tissue so that the treatment is more effective.

We also have to keep in mind that manual therapy does not stimulate the afferent pathways in the same way as active therapies. Good information from the vagus or splenic nerve will have a different efferent response from the central nervous system to the affected areas,

Therefore, although this system is a training of the voluntary nervous system, we also apply it to clients who find it painful to raise their arm, turn their head, bend down, etc,

And BMT is also of interest to sports masseurs, as we know that sportsmen and women want to return to their favourite sport and train as soon as possible, which makes them very demanding clients.

Therefore it is a very valid technique for trainers, Pilates teachers, because of the knowledge of neuro mechanics that BMT offers.

With BMT you learn to discover which muscles are not activated, which joints are not stable and which are at risk of injury in order to avoid them,
With neuroreadaptation you can prevent, and also take your client from the step of a recovery to the maximum exponent of the practice of his favorite sport.



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