Matrix Repatterning is a new way of understanding, assessing and treating the body – literally at the molecular level. Matrix Repatterning can restore optimum function and alleviate many painful, limiting conditions and other health problems associated with structural imbalance in the Tensegrity Matrix of the body.
People from all walks of life have benefited from this type of therapy including elite athletes, people who have been in motor vehicle accidents and people of all ages with a wide range of health concerns. Some of the conditions associated with structural imbalance are:
The average number of treatments a patient will need is between 6 and 12.
Treatments are gentle, non-invasive, and support the body toward normalization of function. Symptoms of pain, however, are subjective, and fluctuations in the sensation of pain are not unusual, as the nervous system responds to the changes created by treatment. Other temporary effects may also occur, due to the changes in cellular function, and may include fatigue, mild nausea, or even flu-like symptoms. Our suggestion is to relax, and allow the body the time to adapt to these changes, and support your body through rest, increased water intake, and other supportive measures, which may be recommended by your Matrix Repatterning practitioner.
Does it matter how long between visits? Will that affect the treatment?
The Matrix Repatterning Technique was originally developed in the early 1990’s by Dr. George Roth.
Is there any research that verifies the effectiveness of Matrix Repatterning?
Yes. Clinical research for a number of conditions has been conducted and presented to various medical institutions and clinical symposia. The research to date has included clinical case studies, and outcome measures, including laboratory and x-ray evidence.
Our patients overall treatment program involves a complete assessment and treatment followed by the necessary treatment sessions to achieve total wellness. Our experience is that 6-12 sessions are required. The average cost of these sessions is $120-$360 some of which is covered by extended health care plans.
How do I know if a Matrix Repatterning practitioner is properly trained?
The Matrix Institute provides a comprehensive educational program for licensed practitioners (DC, ND, MD, RMT, PT, OT, DO, DVM, DDS, AT). Practitioners must attend a 200 hour clinical training program and successfully complete written and practical examinations, detailed clinical case reports, a research thesis, and attend ongoing continuing education programs, in order to be designated as a Certified Matrix Repatterning Practitioner (CMRP). CMRP’s are listed on our www.matrixrepatterning.com website under: ‘Find a Practitioner’.
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Certified Matrix Practitioners also hold licenses in Registered Massage Therapy, Chiropractic, Naturopathic Medicine and Physiotherapy. Most extended health care plans provide coverage for these types of treatments.
We accept VISA, MasterCard, American Express, Debit, Cash and Cheque.
We prefer that payment is made at the time of treatment.
Our fee structure is the same for all patients.