Contraction-Relaxation Cycling with Diaphragmatic Breathing is a hyperloop for the Brain to Body Connection
Mashing and Flossing are important, but contraction-relaxation cycling with Diaphragmatic Breathing is where things really accelerate. Not only is the tissue modified directly to a high degree, but the very neurological fibers that control tissue length and tension are addressed and corrected!
Flossing allows for more specific “corrective” work to be done at trigger points found during mashing. It restores the natural sliding surfaces of deep muscle tissues and quickly restores range of motion.
Many People Grab a Foam Roller at the Gym. But Do They Know Why? Do They Know What to Do?
There are many things you can do with a foam roller, and we will discuss the best in the near future. The first thing, however, is generally a simple mash of your tissue to drive blood flow and identify “abnormal” and “problematic” tissue.
Mr. Chris discovered that not only did our system resolve his low back pain, but it also dramatically improved another problem area.
Downhill mountain bike racing can be pretty extreme regarding adrenaline and wear and tear to the body. After a history of bad falls, Chris was riddled with problems throughout his system but specifically in his low back and left hip.
HPC’s systematic approach to dealing with the underlying causes of patient problems lead not only to resolution of his low back pain, but also dramatic improvement in his neck discomfort and lack of range of motion; something he didn’t realize could be fixed.
We did not achieve this all on our own. Chris put in the hard work necessary with his compliance to treatment and at-home exercises. We are very proud of his commitment and glad to tell his story in this the first episode of “What’s Working.”