What makes joints and muscles function properly?
- Specialized nerve receptors embedded in our muscles and joints are supposed to be in constant communication with our brain.
- They measure the amount movement in our joints and the stretching of our skin, muscles, and ligaments.
- The brain typically responds to this sensory input by sending messages back to the muscles that control the movement of our joints.
The red Xs indicate poor nerve response in the left pelvic joint. The broken yellow line depicts poor messaging to the brain. The green check marks indicate normal joint function and the yellow line depicts normal sensory information traveling the brain.
The brain responds to normal joint signals and the correct muscle groups are engaged to produce – in this case- the golf swing.
When the weight is shifted to the left side, the brain will not be able to provide good muscle response.
- Joint restrictions cause poor muscle function.
- For golfers, this will result in changes to the mechanics of the swing, translating into a variety of common swing faults.
- The same is true no matter which sport you play. Even hikers will develop issues when one or more joints fail to function.
Neuro Connect™ devices carry a subtle energy pattern that wakes up the sensory nerve receptors.
Clinic-based examinations repeatedly demonstrate that when the devices are worn, the brain responds as it should, the neuro-pathways open, and the function of joints and muscles normalize.
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