Pain / Injuries / Movement Issues
If you’ve tried a lot of ways to eliminate your pain or If you are having any problems or concerns with the quality of your physical health and movement, you have come to the right place!
What do we treat?
- Plantar Fasciitis
- Shin Splints
- Carpal tunnel
- Shoulder impingement
- Movement issues
- Back and neck pain
- Hip, knee, ankle, foot pain
- Shoulder, elbow, wrist pain
- Body misalignments (scoliosis)/spinal dysfunctions
- Chronic pain/fibromyalgia
- Muscle and joint pain
- Orthopedic injuries
- Pre- and post-operative conditions
- Soft tissue injuries
- Sprains and strains
- Sports-related injuries
- Weakness or loss of motion
- Work-related injuries
And many more which can truly get better... indefinitely!
We are committed to helping the overlooked and misunderstood when it comes to pain, performance, or other movement issues others have failed to solve.
Injuries can be a frustrating part of life and can reduce the quality of life, sometimes to a point where it can be unbearable. Whether you are an athlete who loves your sport, or an active person throughout the day, injuries can take your enjoyment from the activity entirely.
Want Radical Recovery From Pain FASTER?
We want you to get back to the activities you love.
We understand that the muscles have two very important jobs, one being the correct movement of bones and the stability of the articulating surfaces of the joint.
Unfortunately, as we age wear and tear occurs on our bodies. Aging is an ongoing process; our muscles usually do an amazing job in constantly moving bone while maintaining stability.
But what if you don’t have all these positions available to use?
This is common, usually due to trauma or overuse. As a result, other muscles have to compensate for the deficit, and this compensation over time usually leads to pain and possible injury. The body is incredible at hiding its problems and when a joint(s) is constantly being thrashed by irregular movement patterns, there is no chance for healing.
This is where we come in as Muscle System Specialists to restore and maintain the solutions your body needs so you can enjoy life without any pain or restrictions.
Need Faster Athletic Rehabilitation?
We get athletes from every industry with their unique abilities and incapabilities. Strategies to improve conditioning and prevent injuries.
Busy Lifestyle make it tough on you and your family? Even on your worst days?
We don’t believe in quick-fix methods, but rather offer you a custom-fit, client-defined exercise program that will create long-term sustainable results for your health, your fitness and your well-being to support your busy lifestyle!
Contact us today to set up your initial consultation with the only Certified Muscle System Specialist in the Tampa Bay Area at Muscle Activation of Tampa.
Deeper Science about Pain and the Muscle System Specialist Process
When we assess and interpret observed motor actions (the way you move under specific conditions), we take into consideration that action’s direction and amplitude of movement.
Why is this so important for us?
The human nervous system is constructed, and encodes information, spatiotemporally. Stimulus-to-sensation perception requires time for chemical and electrical information to travel within along neurons and throughout the sensorium.
“Examination of the major sensory or motor pathways reveals a highly and tightly organized nervous system. In particular, at each of many levels, there are fairly exact maps of the world within the brain. For example, sensory axons within its ascending pathway are arranged in a very orderly manner, with fibers from specific anatomic locations (e.g., digits, hand, forearm, etc.) preserving very specific topographical locations within the dorsal column, thalamus, internal capsule, and sensory cortex.”
- Journal of Surgical Orthopaedic Advance Volume 17, No. 3, Fall, 2008 1161
Motor actions occur over time and have definitive start and end intervals. This provides the network (nervous system) with the ability to exert control over its movement and position maintenance. The fundamental qualities of an individual’s sense of spatial-temporal orientation are found in the nervous system knowing direction and amplitude. (Linear and angular velocity, along with tilting).
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