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.
Typically the first session lasts about 1 1/2 – 2 hours and involves a thorough history taking, orthopedic/neurological exam, Matrix assessment and some treatment.
Length of a Treatment
As every body is different, we can’t predict an outcome until a full assessment is done on the first visit. Most patients find that their conditions resolve in 6-12 visits.
What to Wear to a Matrix Repatterning Session
Matrix Repatterning is a gentle, hands-on therapy. You will have to change positions at times on the treatment table, so be sure to wear comfortable clothing. Jeans or belted pants are not optimal. 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.