Matrix Repatterning is a form of manual (hands-on) therapy, which is applied to the deeper, denser parts of the body, such as the skeletal framework (bone) and the dense fibrous tissues (fascia) associated with the internal core structures. During a treatment session, areas of injury and strain are precisely located based on an alteration in the mechanical and electrical properties within these tissues. Treatment involves the application of gentle pressure in order to release tissue tension, which can facilitate the restoration of muscle tone, flexibility, joint mobility and optimal biomechanical function.
Length of a Treatment Session:
While a typical treatment session lasts for one hour, occasionally patients request sessions ranging anywhere from 15 minutes to 3 hours long. Patients travelling from out of the area typically schedule longer sessions.
Duration of Care:
This revolutionary form of hands-on bodywork gently relieves the tension that has accumulated in your body’s framework in a series of gentle, hands-on treatments. The majority of cases require somewhere between 6 and 12 on-hour sessions (often less for younger people who have experienced less impact trauma over time and sometimes more for very complex cases who have had a high number of significant impacts)
Cost of Treatment:
First visit – $200
- Length of first session is 1.5 – 2 hours long and includes: initial intake including comprehensive history taking, structural exam, orthopedic/neurological testing, Matrix Scan and treatment.
Subsequent visits – $150/hour, $75/half-hour, $40/Qtr-hour
- A subsequent visit includes follow-up discussion, Matrix scan and continuation of treatment
Statement on health insurance:
- A Matrix Repatterning treatment series is a one-time investment in transforming health by relieving your chronic pain patterns or concussion. HSA’s generally reimburse for this therapy. You can submit receipts to your insurance carrier for reimbursement. I do not accept health insurance because health insurance reimbursement is an arbitrary form of payment that is generally quite a bit lower than the fees submitted and requires extra staff and long hours to track down payments. Treating one person per hour and only a few people per day does not allow me to see more people per day to make up for arbitrary payment.
What to Wear to a Matrix Repatterning Session:
You will have to change positions at times on the treatment table, so be sure to wear comfortable clothing. Keep in mind that jeans, belted pants, skirts and dresses make treatment difficult and uncomfortable, so we advise that you opt for looser, stretchy material, such as sweats, gym shorts and leggings. It is important to note that metal objects can interfere with the body’s own electrical charge, so my advice is to not wear jewelry or underwire bras to treatment sessions to insure the best possible outcome.