Neuromuscular Reeducation is a technique designed by the PTs to train to improve strength, movement, balance and function of your brain, muscles and nerves.
Normally we practice or perform one movement for several times or repeatedly, as a result of this the muscles and nerves also learn to act upon a particular stimulus to create a specific movement.
This is understood in a general term as a "muscle memory".
Any kind of injury to a muscle or to the nerve or surrounding the tissues results in disruption of the neuromuscular activation.
Different techniques are used to reeducate and enhance nerve and muscle activation to perform and control a specific movement in Physical Therapy.
Also, the same techniques are utilized to improve postural control or improve balance in patients after injury.
At Spineapple we utilize innovative techniques to challenge neuromuscular pathways to optimize movement activation.