Develop new muscles –
humans as plastic beings

Our bodies are remarkable and able to change and adapt to our environment. Often times, by creating bad habits we develop stress patterns in our muscle tissue. Eventually, these strains that build up over time leads to tissue breakdown due to the muscle tissue stress. At NYDNR we evaluate the movement patterns that may lead to issues with our joints. After these movement patterns have been located we have the job of restoring the correct movement patterns by teaching them to your muscles again.

restoring the correct movement patterns

We teach you how to properly sit, stand and walk then

we build upon these core foundations with

more complex patterns of movement.

We have many treatment methods that we use here with increased feedback for our patients. The more feedback we have the more we can reinforce the optimal movement control.

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