Matrix Repatterning Therapy is a revolutionary method of healing that was developed by Dr. George Roth, D.C., N.D., C.M.R.P. of Toronto, Canada over the last 30+ years. Matrix Repatterning is based on the premise that, when a body incurs a trauma (say a fall, break, concussion, repetitive strain, sports injury…) the impact and energy of that injury leave a lasting impression on the body’s electrical system, in the form of an aberrant electrical charge located at specific sites. These areas of trapped electrical charge are usually located in the deeper, more dense structures of the body, such as the bone or fluid-filled organs. We refer to these areas as “restrictions” because the normal functioning of the affected tissue is found to be in a restricted state. Due to the interconnectedness of the body’s tissues, cellular structure, fascial sheath, etc., these restrictions affect the entire body on a physical and electrical level. This shows up as a myriad of symptoms: pain, bone enlargement, stiffness, tenderness and limited ranges of motion. Matrix Repatterning Therapy is a gentle, hands-on technique whereby these restrictions are located and then released. The release comes when a normalizing electrical influence overrides the restriction and allows for normal functioning of the tissue again. By normalizing the underlying structure, the more superficial symptoms that have been plaguing you, go away.
Some Conditions Treated with Matrix Repatterning:
- Concussion/post-concussion syndrome
- Sports injuries
- Back pain
- Plantar fasciitis
- Headaches/Head pressure
- Cranial flattening in infants
- Chronic pain
- Non-union defects
- Dental issues
- Joint pain
- Leg pain/fatigue
- Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
How Do I Know If Matrix Repatterning is For Me?
Matrix Repatterning has proven effective for symptoms ranging from acute to chronic. Even when you don’t remember an injury, your body does. So if you are suffering with symptoms that are not resolving with other forms of therapy, there is likely an underlying cause that has not yet been detected. In the case of a new or acute injury, Matrix Repatterning is recommended for returning the physical and electrical properties back to their normal state as soon as possible to avoid ongoing symptoms.