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My Experience with NAT - Dr. Joseph Duchene

My Experience with NAT - Dr. Joseph Duchene

  Dr. Joseph Duchene talks about frozen shoulder and his experience with NAT.    NAT treatment protocols are based on techniques used within elite sports and athletics worldwide. Since the first...
Trigger Point Therapy - 5 Great Exercises for a Frozen Shoulder

Trigger Point Therapy - 5 Great Exercises for a Frozen Shoulder

The Freezing Stage (Phase 1) of a frozen shoulder is a crucial time for starting a gentle stretching regime. Gentle is the operative word. Your shoulder is likely to be very...
My Journey with NAT - Martin Bates D.C.

My Journey with NAT - Martin Bates D.C.

  Dr. Martin Bates, Chiropractor and Masters Certified NAT Practitioner   For 90% of the patients I’ve treated with NAT, the results have been phenomenal. I first heard about NAT early...
Trigger Point Therapy - Three Dimensional (3D) Release

Trigger Point Therapy - Three Dimensional (3D) Release

The agonist/antagonist relationship may not operate in the classically described manner The brain has 3-D sensory and motor maps soft-wired into the cortex. Our brain (motor cortex) responds to our...
My Journey with NAT - Andy Eckley

My Journey with NAT - Andy Eckley

In the week immediately following his NAT certification, Andy Eckley was able to use NAT to significantly help a client with frozen shoulder. When Andy Eckley was 14, he developed...
My Journey with NAT - Suzanne Hibberd

My Journey with NAT - Suzanne Hibberd

  Suzanne Hibberd BSc (Hons) Ost    I was introduced to NAT by a Client in 2007 - and I've been using their techniques ever since! I had not heard...
Post Operative Pain - Client Case History

Post Operative Pain - Client Case History

Verna Ittner, BSc, NAT, Massage Therapist, Nationally Certified with NCBTMB "The results from NAT have been outstanding!"   Here at Team NAT, nothing makes us happier than hearing from those...
Frozen Shoulder - Living Through the Acute Spasms of Pain

Frozen Shoulder - Living Through the Acute Spasms of Pain

  Frozen Shoulder or Impingement?   The early stages of a frozen shoulder are generally associated with acutely painful muscle "spasms" In the early days of a frozen shoulder any sudden...
Frozen Shoulder - The Importance of Movement

Frozen Shoulder - The Importance of Movement

    With a frozen shoulder it's always beneficial to get started as soon as possible with regular, gentle exercises. The last thing you feel like doing if you have...
NAT - Frozen Shoulder Case History

NAT - Frozen Shoulder Case History

  Thanks to Dr. Bates and NAT, I got my life back... Traditional approaches to the frozen shoulder either address the inflammation (steroid tablets, steroid injections and hydrodilatation) or the...
Trigger Point Therapy - Common Shoulder Treatment Sequence

Trigger Point Therapy - Common Shoulder Treatment Sequence

Shoulder problems affect 25% of the population. Trigger point therapy can be very effective for treating a range of shoulder pain issues. There are well documented protocols for treating rotator cuff...
Treating the Frozen Shoulder - RRE Method

Treating the Frozen Shoulder - RRE Method

The Reynolds Rehabilitation (RRE) approach to treating frozen shoulder has  evolved over several years and has primarily been influenced by the pioneering work of Simeon Niel-Asher. Adhesive capsulitis, or frozen...
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