What is Pfrimmer® Deep Muscle Therapy?
Pfrimmer® Deep Muscle Therapy concentrates on all
layers of muscles that have become depleted of their normal flow of
blood, restoring normal flow with its natural healing properties. Pfrimmer®
Deep Muscle Therapy is based on 34 years of research and practical application
by Therese C. Pfrimmer®, who discovered the technique.
What is the purpose of Pfrimmer® Deep Muscle Therapy?
To release adherent conditions within the muscle tissue, including the
fascia, softening the hardened muscle fibers. To restore flow of lymph
and fresh oxygenated blood to the whole body. To improve and aid freer
movement of joints. To assist glandular secretions supplied to the muscles
when required. To help remove unwanted waste products and toxins from
the body. Pfrimmer® Deep Muscle corrects damage to tissues from
fibrous conditions existing in deeper layers of muscles that became
involved through trauma., exposure, fatigue, injuries, lactic acid buildup,
stress, tension, illness, etc.
What can you expect from a Pfrimmer® Deep Muscle
A revitalized feeling in the muscles. More oxygen being brought to the
muscles, increasing circulation. Relaxation, the body’s natural
pain killers are released into the blood stream, easing any tension
and stress in the body. These are areas of slight tenderness in specific
locations in the muscle tissue. Feeling chilled, the blood is going
deeper into the tissues away from the surface of the skin; the body
is regulating the temperature due to increased circulation. Low energy,
when the stress is removed from the body, the body wants to rest. You
may feel tired or sleepy. The blood clears the soft tissue in 72 hours
or about three days. After 72 hours the muscles start toning up. The
body will increase physical stamina, freer movements of the muscle tissue,
range of motion in the joints increases, positive mental attitude.
Conditions that have benefited from
Pfrimmer® Deep Muscle Therapy:
Arthritis, Carpal tunnel, tendonitis, headaches, joint
and muscle pain, neck and back pain, sports injuries, poor circulation,
sciatic pain, whiplash, heart problems, bell’s palsy, gastric
disorders, constipation, occupational injuries, car accidents, scoliosis,
TMJ, MS, MD, Lupus, Fibromyalgia, Parkinson's, Neuritis, Neuralgia, Bursitis, Rheumatism,
Fibrositis, Sprains, Muscle Soreness from hiking, over exertionand more.
Knowledgeable in stretching techniques & nutrition and structural misalignments.