Posts Tagged "neurokinetic therapy"

Quick Tip: Want to invest more in movement?

Posted by on Mar 4, 2019 in Bodywork Techniques, Exercises, Health and Wellness

Quick Tip: Want to invest more in movement?

At the beginning of the year, we had an amazing time at our workshop on optimal lower body movement — Stretch. Strengthen. Run. There was a lot to take in! PT Tony Comella shared tips for strengthening, Nutritionist Karyn Duggan lectured on anti-inflammatory eating, and Psoas chiropractor Katherine McCarty taught foam rolling techniques for alignment. Members of the Psoas clinical team also spoke about how they support runners and others who work their lower bodies hard — using systems and techniques like the Axis Syllabus, NeuroKinetic Therapy, and taping. Some of the workshop...

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Quick Tip: Do you know how NeuroKinetic Therapy can help you?

Posted by on Sep 23, 2016 in Bodywork Techniques, Careers, Health and Wellness

Quick Tip: Do you know how NeuroKinetic Therapy can help you?

If you come in to the studio regularly, you may have heard the term NeuroKinetic Therapy or NKT spoken by a therapist or at the front desk. Your therapist may have even mentioned that you see our NKT therapist, Michael Talbot, to supplement your treatment plan. NeuroKinetic Therapy is a great resource Psoas is unique in offering as a massage and bodywork studio. While still a relatively unfamiliar modality to most, it’s benefits are crucial in truly resetting neuro movement mechanics and eliminating any associated chronic pain.  Read more about this sophisticated bodywork below to get...

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Neurokinetic Therapy (NKT)

Posted by on Jun 15, 2013 in Bodywork Techniques

Neurokinetic Therapy (NKT)

At Psoas, we have therapists who specialize in many bodywork techniques. One of our least understood, yet most powerful techniques is Neurokinetic Therapy (NKT). It is very interesting but somewhat confusing so let me try to explain as simply as possible. Many of our clients at Psoas are seeking help for pain or dysfunction. They are athletes with injuries old and new, or desk workers with repetitive strain injuries. Some are recovering from surgeries, waking up in pain daily, or have sustained injuries from a fall or auto accident. The pain may be constant and relentless, or it may seem to...

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