My approach to treatment.
If you’re looking for lasting pain relief and improved quality of life, I may be able to help. Much of the work I do in clinic focuses on the use of a break-through technique called Matrix Reptterning. Matrix Repatterning is a gentle hands on therapy that relieves tension in the body at a very deep level. The technique acknowledges the interconnected nature of the body and is able to identify the hidden underlying tension patterns that contribute to our main complaints. When I first starting using Matrix Repatterning 3 years ago, I was astounded by the results. People with chronic, complex pain were free of pain for the first time in years. Others that had been suffering for months with post concussive symptoms were recovering, finally getting their life back. Matrix Repatterning was transforming people’s lives, and it continues to do so.
Get the results you’re looking for.
Many people ask me how long it will take to feel better once they start receiving Matrix Repatterning. This is difficult to answer without fully assessing a person, but as a general rule, Matrix Repatterning can significantly restore function, and greatly reduce one’s pain within 8-12 treatments. For some people, I’ll need to extend treatment beyond 12 sessions to get the results they are looking for. The good news is that there’s an end in sight. Once treatment is completed, follow-up appointments are booked as the need arises. Many people experience lasting pain relief, and do not require ongoing monthly maintenance treatments.
A recommendation to new clients.
For first time clients, I recommend booking 6-8 treatments. Ideally appointments are spaced one week apart, but if need be, appointments can be spaced farther apart to suit your needs. My schedule books two months in advance and if one waits until their initial appointment to book a follow-up, they will have to wait another two months to get in. There is no obligation to keep all of your booked treatments. If you find that Matrix Repatterning isn’t right for you, it’s easy to cancel those booked appointments.
Who can benefit?
Because Matrix Repatterning is so gentle and non-invasive, all age groups can benefit from the treatment. I have worked with infants, adults and the elderly. I’ve seen Matrix Repatterning enhance athlete’s performance, and significantly improve the quality of life for trades people, office workers, military personnel, law enforcement and people who have sustained serious physical traumas throughout their lives.
Here’s a partial list of the conditions I treat:
- Headaches and Migraines
- Concussion injuries
- Dizziness and Ear Noise
- TMJ (jaw pain)
- Circulatory and respiratory problems
- Back, neck or joint pain
- Broken and fractured bones
- Weak muscle patterns
- Bad muscle memory
- Shoulder, arm, wrist pain
- Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
- Digestive complaints
- Snoring & sleep apnea
- Restricted movement
- Acute injuries
- Chronic and complex pain syndromes
The Matrix backstory.
Dr. George Roth first developed the Matrix Repatterning technique in the early 1990’s. Since that time the technique has evolved into a complete assessment and treatment approach that can treat a wide range of musculoskeletal conditions. Over the years multiple case studies and x-ray evidence has been presented to various medical institutions to prove the effectiveness of the therapy. Matrix Repatterning is gentle, deeply relaxing and most importantly, therapeutic. If you’ve struggled with chronic pain and restriction, tried multiple therapies in an attempt to resolve your ailments and haven’t had success, Matrix Repatterning might be able to help. To learn more about Matrix Repatterning please watch the below videos and visit www.matrixrepatterning.com
What doctors are saying about Matrix Repatterning.
I use Matrix Repatterning with a variety of diagnoses: from sports injuries to painful joints and chronic pain. I am excited about the results, seeing significant functional improvement and pain reduction in just a few visits.Dr. Debora Hickman, MS DPT
I view it as prudent to have a Matrix assessment after a blow to the head…Observing such cases has led me to hope that one day Matrix Repatterning will be routinely applied in hospital emergency departments.Dr. Norman Doidge, MD