Anatomy of a Muscle Spasm (Part 1)

Anatomy of a Muscle Spasm (Part 1)


Hello, my name is Gadi Kaufman, and I am a
certified Neuromuscular therapist specialized in Strain Counterstrain technique, in Santa
Monica, California. If you are watching this video, you must be
in pain. If you are like most people, once you feel
pain, you try just about anything to make it go away. You probably try things that treat the muscles,
and the bones. Things like stretching, massage, strengthening
exercises, maybe even acupuncture and chiropractic adjustments. Sometimes you might get temporary relief,
but it does not last. Sometimes you can even end up in more pain. But it doesn’t have to be this way. The truth is, the pain really won’t go away
until you address its true cause: a dysfunction in the autonomic nervous system. It’s the nervous system that controls the
muscles, and the muscles that control the bones. If you would like to understand the relationship
between the autonomic nervous system, the muscles, and the bones, please watch the next
video.

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