AMIT (Advanced Muscle Activation Technique) System
October 17th, 2018 by Synergy
Do you fit into any of the following categories; If so you may be a great candidate for AMIT:
- I am having a hard time getting over an injury.
- The same injury keeps recurring.
- No one seems to be able to fix you.
- No one knows why you still hurt.
- There is still pain after the body is aligned.
What is AMIT?
The Advanced Muscle Integration Technique (AMIT) is a revolutionary systematic treatment designed to help relieve common joint and muscle conditions. This innovative analysis technique involves assessing individual muscles in the body to identify problematic or injury-causing dysfunctions. AMIT can be a life-changing treatment for active individuals who wish to maximize their peak athletic performance, prevent potential injuries, or quickly rehabilitate a current injury.
When a muscle is overloaded beyond its capacity, two things can happen. Either the muscle fibers will tear, resulting in a sprain/ strain, or the body will deactivate (or shut down) the muscle.
When a muscle is deactivated, the body will create pain in the area during physical activity to avoid further muscle damage. It’s common for other muscles in the area to take on an additional workload when one muscle is deactivated. However, once these muscles become overloaded, additional stress can take a toll on the ligaments, joints, and connective tissues. This may lead to more serious injury.
How does AMIT work?
The doctors can predict injuries by examining and identifying instabilities in the body, which in most cases lead to injury. The new advanced therapies utilized in AMIT procedures allow for rapid corrections of instabilities resulting in improved function, removal of pain and an overall new level of performance.
The developers of the AMIT system discovered the primary cause of chronic joint pain and muscle pain is due to inhibited muscles due to overuse or injury. Although the pain of the injury goes away over time, the functional imbalance remains and in turn these functional imbalances eventually lead to chronic pain. By defining these imbalances and correcting them using the AMIT therapies, healing and rehabilitation can take place rapidly without the need for drugs or surgery.
How Many treatments will I need?
First, we would conduct a one-hour exam to determine how many muscles are turned off. Once the analysis is complete, we are then able to develop a custom-tailored treatment plan to relieve your existing pain while reducing your risk of future injury. Depending on how many muscles are turned off will determine how many sessions will be needed. Our doctors on average can turn on 6 muscles per hour.
What should I expect after my treatment?
You should feel stronger, more balanced, and less pain directly following the treatment. For more information on the Advanced Muscle Integration Technique or to schedule an appointment for Advanced Muscle Integration Technique!