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Do You Treat… (Fill in Condition Here)?

By Andy Stella, DC, CMRP

Even As Matrix Repatterning Therapists we are often asked if we treat an array of conditions or specific diagnoses. 

Often it is because someone has experienced “outside the box” types of results and want someone they care about to receive similar results. It can also be partly because it can be difficult for people to grasp just what Matrix Repatterning Therapy is because, although the concept is quite simple, it is so different than how everyone else looks at the body and injuries. That makes it hard to understand what it may or may not help. So, when we are asked, “do you treat Parkinson’s or Dementia, or Heart Arrhythmias, etc., we generally give a very similar answer. 

The answer is “No, but…..”. Let us explain.

Matrix Repatterning Therapy (MRT) treats one thing. That is the effect of an impact and/or a lifetime of hard impacts to the body. The effect of those hard impacts is actually to the most dense tissues of our body; the bones, primarily, but also the most dense fluid filled organs of our body. These dense tissues, according to MRT theory, absorb the energy of the impacts because they are fluid filled (fluid molecules are dense and closely packed together) or they are dense themselves, like bone. The energy of the impact, absorbed by the dense tissues when the impact is hard enough, physically “blow out” the bone or dense tissue into an expanded more rigid state. This is measurable in bones and independent research has shown that this happens. Independent research at the University of Pennsylvania indicates that this may be happening in the brain when it is concussed (It is not conclusive). The brain is also a “dense” tissue unlike the lung, for instance that has air space, or muscle tissue which is much softer than bone.

When we reduce this tension, we often see any number of symptoms or conditions improve, especially if they are related to the impacts a person has received in their life. 

MRT, in a step by step fashion reduces this tension. The dense tissues function as the frame that the softer tissues (muscles, fascia) and joints are dependent on. When we reduce this tension, we often see any number of symptoms or conditions improve, especially if they are related to the impacts a person has received in their life. 

So, we don’t treat Parkinson’s or Dementia or Heart Arrhythmias. However, if a person had a history of impacts to the area in question that appear to have preceded the onset of symptoms it might be prudent to relieve the tension patterns that may have been a causative factor in the development of the condition. 

We know, for instance that a history of head trauma is often a sequela to Parkinson’s like conditions or Dementia. On the other hand, people suffer from those conditions for other reasons that do not involve impact trauma. It is our job as clinicians to do an appropriate history and exam to determine if impact trauma could have been a factor in the development of the condition and then discuss with each client realistic expectations about what MRT may or may not help with. 

MRT does not treat the condition. 

It only treats an underlying tension pattern. 

MRT can’t make those conditions go away. Depending on a prospective client’s philosophy of health care they may or may not choose to do a therapy that relieves the pre-existing tension that may have contributed to the development of the symptom. They may or may not choose to do the therapy because MRT does not treat the condition. It only treats an underlying tension pattern. 

About Us

Matrix Repatterning Therapy Center of Minnesota is a premium therapy and rehabilitation clinic specializing in Matrix Repatterning therapy to help those in pain and suffering from TBI, concussions and other injuries. 

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Dr. Andy Stella, DC, CMRP

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Dr. Stella a chiropractor since 1988, has been practicing Matrix Repat-terning Therapy since 2003 and is one of the more experienced Matrix Repatterning Therapy Prac-titioners in North America... 

Dr. Barbara Rosamilia, DC, CMRP

MRT Therapy

A chiropractic physician since 1988, Dr. Rosa-milia is a candidate for certification as a Matrix Repatterning Therapy Practitioner, has advanced training in Craniosacral Therapy, the neurologic integration of childhood learning & behav-ioral disorders, nutrition, acupuncture, qigong and Shafaw...

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Watch more explanatory videos at our videos link to learn more about MRT and check out the link to purchase “A Brain’s Way of Healing” below, written by a renowned brain expert who recom-mends MRT as “a first line of treatment for most con-cussions.” 

Then take a moment and go to MatrixRepatterning.com to learn more about MRT, and its founder. 

MRT Endorsed as a First Line Therapy for Most Concussions

Dr. Doidge, M.D. is an author of two bestselling books about the brain and world renowned expert on the field of neuroplasticity.

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One condition or diagnosis that we do treat is Concussion... because a Concussion, by its definition is an impact injury. 

We have found that relieving the underlying tension from the impact to the head that caused the concussion, many people receive significant benefit from MRT. 

As a matter of fact, a leading expert in the field of Neuroplasticity, Dr. Norman Doidge, M.D., after a very extensive personal investigation of MRT declared it to be a “first line of therapy for many with a concussion” because he came to understand how the impact changes the dense tissue and how important it is to relieve that tension.

And, clearly, we treat many people whose chronic pain and dysfunction is caused by a lifetime of impact injuries. We specialize in helping clients that aren’t getting the help they need from the soft and moving tissues being treated, like muscles, joints and fascia. But first we try to determine if it was actually caused by impacts, even those many years before.

Whenever we are asked, “Do you treat… condition”, we always try to give a full explanation of what it is that we DO treat, what we DON'T treat and the positives and negatives of utilizing MRT so the client can make their own informed decision.

And, clearly, we treat many people whose chronic pain and dysfunction is caused by a lifetime of impact injuries. We specialize in helping clients that aren’t getting the help they need from the soft and moving tissues being treated, like muscles, joints and fascia. But first we try to determine if it was actually caused by impacts, even those many years before.

Whenever we are asked, “Do you treat… condition”, we always try to give a full explanation of what it is that we DO treat, what we DON'T treat and the positives and negatives of utilizing MRT so the client can make their own informed decision.