What is NeuroFascial Reset? Can it help me?
What is NeuroFascial Reset technique?
NeuroFascial Reset (aka RAPID) is a soft tissue, evidence-based, therapeutic technique that addresses the central nervous system’s role in alleviating pain, tension, and restrictions within muscles, tendons, ligaments, fascia, and nerves. The RAPID provider uses their hands to treat hypersensitive areas by combining precisely directed tension with specific patient movements.
How is RAPID performed and what can I expect?
You will be fully clothed during treatment, so wear something you are comfortable moving in.
Each session is 30 minutes long and you remain fully clothed during the session. Shaun will typically apply pressure at specific points on the body and ask you to perform a series of movements to help alleviate the pain and soreness. You should get some measure of relief after each session. Usually 3-4 sessions may be required to achieve the desired more long-term goals.
What are the results?
Speaking from personal experience(Darrell the owner of Satori) with Shaun and RAPID: Shaun and RAPID helped me re-align my back that used to resemble a boomerang and was quite painful! After two sessions, the pain decreased considerably. A year later when we re-connected, while my back was much straighter, I still had pain in my QL muscle (quadratus lumborum). Over a series of three session, Shaun was able to alleviate this long-term bothersome soreness.
While no therapist can guarantee results, I wanted to share my experience with Shaun so that you can get an idea of what to expect.
What does RAPID treat?
Some examples of conditions that RAPID helps provide relief for
- back pain
- carpal tunnel syndrome
- shin splints
- shoulder pain
- plantar fasciitis
- knee problems
- tennis/ golfers elbow
- frozen shoulder
- bunions and arthritic joints
So, is it a massage?:
RAPID is performed by many RMTs that can be covered by insurance. In massage therapy, the RMT does most of the work. With RAPID, it’s a partnership between therapist and client. be doing a lot of the work because we need your nervous system engaged in the treatment.
Where can I go to learn more about RAPID?
Still need more information to see if RAPID may be worth the investment? Additional information on neurofascial reset technique can be found at these following websites: