What is MyopracticsMyopractic Therapy is a profession in the natural healing arts. It uses a non-traumatic form of manipulation that enables the body to restore and maintain a state of well-being. The goal of Myopractic Therapy is:
- Allow the body to function freely without tension, pain or stress.
- Elevate the body’s vitality and ability to function at optimum capacity.
- Restore the movement of all of the moving parts of the body allowing them to work as designed.
An important premise of Myopractics is the pelvis is the foundation of the body. It is the largest bone structure and is designed to carry the weight of the body. If there is an imbalance in the pelvis, the body may shift the burden and tension of weight bearing to another area. This causes further restrictions as the body attempts to regain normal posture.
From the viewpoint of Myopractics, restrictions cause areas to be affected with a decrease in proper function or an increase in stressful actions while the body attempts to re-establish balance. By restoring motion versus putting something "back in place”, myopractics seeks to remove restrictions, allowing the body to correct itself and regain balance. Thus, the individual regains freedom of movement, maximum functioning and consequent freedom from pain, tension and stress.