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At Optimum Body, I use a number of advanced techniques to resolve pain, improve performance, and restore healthy movement. Everyone in their lives experience pain, whether it is for a few day or years! My clients include sports coaches and people suffering from long term chronic pain. Back problems, slipped discs and other related issues are common ailments I deal with. The site of pain is rarely the actual cause, this is usually symptomatic of problems in another location.
By testing and retesting muscles in relation to each other, we learn which muscles are chronically tight to brace for weaker and inhibited muscles. Every single person has a “Pattern” in his or her Body everyone is different, structural integration works on bringing a “patterned” order in the Human body. Injury, inhibition, bad posture to compensate and adapt sets in after foot injuries, along with poor movement this becomes a lifetime habit, with a downward spiral eventually leading to pain. I also handle muscle spasms and headaches. In the brain there is a motor control centre, where all movement patterns are coordinated, so to move, messages are sent from the control centre via the spine and to the muscles where movement then takes place.
It's hard to go wrong with an expert, you're in safe hands. It takes on average three to five visits to fix most problems, but chronic habits can take a bit longer.
I have a persistent shoulder problem going back many, many moons. I have been to several physios with some better than others, but none providing any lasting improvement. Ronnie uses an interesting technique where he tries to determine the source of weakness through analysing the pathways to the brain and then attempting to unblock the sludge within these pathways. Looks kinda silly when he is doing it, but it seems to work. My shoulder is far from perfect (need to go back for another session) but it is definitely a major improvement from what it was. Also, Ronnie has helped me improve mot posture and walking gait, which has had tremendous overall benefits