At Revive Life Treatment Center of South Jersey, we utilize Trigenics as a key tool to help our patients find relief in a method that combines the doctor’s expertise and the patient’s active involvement in the therapy.
Patients are inter-active participants in the treatment process rather than simple passive or active recipients. During the procedures, patients are required to move in specific directions and with specific amounts of force in order to generate neuromuscular monitoring reflexes which regulate movement.
During a Trigenics session, Dr. Liebman simultaneously amplifies the nerve-sensor reflex signals by introducing various degrees of resistance to the movements while the patient exercises. The movement monitoring nerve-sensors, which are embedded in the muscles, are then also physically manipulated and/or stimulated to further amplify the signals they are already reflexively sending up to the brain.
In addition, the patient simultaneously performs concentrative therapeutic breathing exercises to even further stimulate the nervous system and enhance treatment outcome. So many signals being generated at the same time causes an amplification of the normal movement-sensation messages that the brain receives.
As such, an unnatural and unusually large barrage of neurological signals are all sent up to converge in the lower brain at the same time. (In neurology this is referred to as “amplitude summation” and “convergence projection”) The brain then, “resets” its communication by beneficially changing it’s down-going “movement” and “feeling” signals to the body. It is thought that the brain responds by increasing or decreasing nerve signal output. This creates the effect of immediately improving joint and muscle function as well as instantly decreasing pain and increasing strength and movement. (This is analogous to how one “re-boots” their computer by sending a barrage of electrical signals to the CPU in order to restore function following an otherwise non-correctable malfunction when the screen or mouse freezes.)