Electric Muscle Stimulation (E-Stim)
Muscle stimulation therapy can relieve painful joints and muscles as well as pain from stress and tension. People who suffer with fibromyalgia are also finding pain relieve with regular electrical stimulation treatments for symptoms that include chronic headaches, muscle weakness, fatigue, and overall bodily aches and pain. Some fibromyalgia patients also report alleviation of chronic insomnia after regular use of muscle stimulation therapy.
Erchonia Laser Therapy
Laser therapy is a non-invasive technique to help reduce pain and inflammation. Laser therapy can be safely used as an adjunct or replacement for pharmaceutical drugs. This pain relief treatment is FDA cleared and enables patients to have an alternative to drugs and surgery. Laster therapy treatments last between 5 and 10 minutes depending on the condition being treated. Laser therapy treatments must be administered directly to skin, as laser light cannot penetrate through layers of clothing. You will feel a soothing warmth as the therapy is administered.
Neurofeedback brain training works as a "detection and monitoring" system of the changes in cortical patterns within the brain. You can think of neurofeedback training as holding up a mirror to the brain. The system gives your brain information about itself. During a training session, the NeurOptimal neurofeedback training system monitors your brain for sudden changes in electrical activity. When an irregularity is detected, the system will inform your brain with a brief pause in the music. This interruption invites your brain to return its attention to the present moment. This allows your brain to naturally self-correct.
While NeurOptimal Neurofeedback is not a treatment or therapy for any particular illness, those who suffer from a range of mental, emotional, and physical relief. Brain reports and studies show that those are showing relief and results for those suffering from (with ZERO side effects as narcotics and other medications will have )
- Chronic Pain
- Stroke and other Traumatic Brain Injuries
- PTSD and CPTSD
- Heart problems
- Energy and stamina
- Stress and Chronic stress
- GI Issues
- Drug and Alcohol Addiction
- Athletic Performance
- Musical or Artistic Enhancement
- Migraines and Headaches
Is a treatment for Muscle tightness and spasm which commonly follows injuries and often accompanies degenerative process. Muscle tightness/spasm can lead to compression and irritation of the nerves exiting the spine. When the nerves are irritated, they cause a protective spasm of all the muscles to which they are connected. This contributes to a decrease mobility and pain in the area. Dry needling uses small, thin needles that are inserted into the muscles at the trigger points creating a local twitch response. Dry needling releases the triggerpoints allowing the muscles to relax, improving flexibility and decreasing the pain symptoms.
Yoga and Reiki
Brittany Lorimer Laxton Yoga and Reiki Practitioner
Brittany's path to yoga began in 2011, seeking to try something different for her physical health. Brittany tried her first Vinyasa style class and was instantly hooked. She loved the physical challenge that yoga gave her, but she also fell in love with the mental benefits of yoga. This is what kept her coming back to her mat. She felt the stress just melt away and just felt "at home" mentally and physically after class. Trying many different ways to increase her physical health throughout her life, she always came back to Yoga, her "home".
It was her desire to deepen her practice and understanding of yoga which led her to enroll in a 200-hour Yoga Teacher Training program at Asura in October of 2017. She completed her training in March of 2018. She is currently enrolled in the 300-hour advanced training at Yoga Garden - Apex. Since becoming a certified yoga instructor, Brittany has been sharing her love of yoga to adults and children in the surrounding area. Brittany loves to integrate meditation and breathing into her classes to really ground her students and give them tools to use off their mat as well.
Brittany believes that yoga is for EVERYONE and likes to give options and modifications so that each person can find their own edge. Brittany is lighthearted and loves to have some fun in her classes. She enjoys getting to know her students and learning more about their wants and needs in their practice.
In her free time, you can find Brittany spending time with her friends and family. Brittany's husband and 2 boys love to watch movies together and play Uno. They also love the beach and enjoy spending their time there relaxing and being outside.
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