Matrix Repatterning for brain injuries

Treatment type: Matrix Repatterning

How to find: http://matrixrepatterning.com/Pa_practitioners

Price: Often $100-250.00 an hour

Credentials: Look for someone listed on the Matrix Repatterning website, they will include the designation CMRP after their name and other designations

What is it? From Matrix Repatterning

“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.  Areas of injury and strain may be 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.”

Notes from our treatment:

Matrix Repatterning is another hands on modality we sought out during Jason’s recovery. It was mentioned in Norman Doidge‘s book The Brain’s Way of Healing and we are lucky enough to live 25 minutes away from the founder of the technique. Parts of the treatment reminded us of osteopathy in it’s holistic view of Jason’s body and injuries and the gentle manipulation used to treat injuries. The most stunning part of the appointment for us was that Dr. George Roth (the founder) spent almost an hour assessing Jason’s gait, balance, reflexes and range of motion. 7 months into Jason’s recovery this was the first objective assessment that had been done and the first time his tracking issues were brought to our attention (which we would later understand with behavioural optometry).

Treatments were weekly and again Jason was often able to fall asleep on the table. As with osteopathy he usually enjoyed a deep, long sleep post treatment. Based on Jason’s assessments the goal of Matrix Repatterning for him was to help with healing in the brain which should in turn minimize the differences in his reflexes and tracking issues. Unfortunately with goals as broad as that and a limited budget for care we were unable to continue treatments long enough to be sure if they were making a difference. We’ve talked to others, and certainly read stories, of people that experience tremendous results and swear by Matrix Repatterning so again I encourage you to do your own research.

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