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Primal Reflex Release Therapy

Muscle and joint receptors are addressed along with their spinal modulation. These can be often overlooked and are seldom-treated areas of the body, and is the cause and solution for many types of pain, including:


  • Restricted motion

  • Pain with or without motion

  • Reduced spontaneity of motion

  • Muscle tightness, stiffness, and/or tension


The Primal Reflex Release Technique™ treatment system offers an innovative combination and application of techniques which facilitate rapid “neural reboot.” This neural reboot resets the neural control of joints, muscles, and fascia to release joint restrictions, trigger points, and fascial restrictions not unlike when you reboot your computer.

The Fundamental Theory behind
this form of treatment solution
  • Has the ability to rapidly relieve your patients’ pain

  • Assisted thousands of practitioners worldwide to reach their goals by relieving patients of the injuries / symptoms

  • A manual-therapy approach for evaluating and relieving musculoskeletal pain.

  • Able to accomplish in just seconds what joint mobilization and manipulation, trigger point therapy, and soft tissue and myofascial release can do over time.

  • Has been found to be effective in more than 80% of patients with painful conditions


PRRT is based on the premise that over-stimulation of the body’s primal reflexes creates pain and keeps painful patterns occurring again and again. The reflexes -- startle, and also a withdrawal occurs, as the protective joint reflexes--are hardwired into the nervous system of the body for the purpose of survival. When people experiences a painful or startling event, these reflexes are triggered in an attempt to protect the body.

The reflexes often persist in a state of hyper-readiness long after the triggering event has passed. When sustained over time, activated reflex responses lead to patterns of pain that are reproduced, repeated, and maintained, interfering with healing and resisting therapeutic efforts to restore natural function.

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