Drug-Free, Non-Invasive Pain Relief in Kansas City

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Restore

Pain Relief Program

Are you tired of living with chronic pain? Our Restore program is a non-invasive and drug-free solution to help you break free from pain and regain control of your life. We understand that your brain’s primary function is survival, and we work with this knowledge to achieve optimal outcomes. By leveraging the power of sensation, breath, mobility, strength, vision, and vestibular training, we can optimize your brain’s function and help you overcome pain without resorting to invasive procedures or long-term medication.

How the Restore Program Helps:

Sensation

We utilize specific techniques to enhance your body's sensory perception, improving proprioception (awareness of body position) and kinesthetic awareness. This allows for better movement control, reduced pain, and enhanced joint stability.

Breath

Proper breathing techniques are crucial for managing pain and promoting relaxation. We guide you in breathwork exercises that can help reduce muscle tension, improve oxygenation, and enhance overall relaxation response.

Mobility

Through a combination of targeted stretching, joint mobilization, and range-of-motion exercises, we aim to restore optimal mobility in the affected areas. Improved mobility helps relieve pain, prevents further injury, and promotes healthy joint function.

Strength

Strengthening exercises tailored to your specific condition and needs are incorporated to address muscular imbalances, stabilize joints, and support pain-free movement. Building strength in the right areas can alleviate pain and improve overall function.

Vision

Vision plays a significant role in maintaining balance, coordination, and spatial awareness. We integrate visual exercises to enhance your brain's processing of visual information, improving your ability to move and perform daily activities with ease.

Vestibular Training

The vestibular system, located in the inner ear, is responsible for balance and spatial orientation. By incorporating vestibular exercises, we can help recalibrate this system, reducing dizziness, improving stability, and decreasing the risk of falls.