New Evidence on NeuroTactile ™ Therapy (bindegewebsmassage)

NeuroTactile Therapy Raises Skin Temperature, Boosts Blood Flow

The phys­i­cal med­i­cine treat­ment Bindegeweb­s­mas­sage (Neu­ro­Tac­tile ™ Ther­a­py) has been around for more than 80 years.  There’s still a lot to learn about its effects.

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Research from the Teesside Uni­ver­si­ty in the UK has shown that a sin­gle appli­ca­tion of this tech­nique caus­es dis­tinct skin tem­per­a­ture changes for an hour or more.  That means that there’s been a shift in the auto­nom­ic ner­vous sys­tem that con­trols the cal­iber of your periph­er­al blood ves­sels.

Neu­ro­tac­tile Ther­a­py has a wide range of clin­i­cal appli­ca­tions.  Here are a few:

  • Speed­ing the heal­ing of injuries
  • Shift­ing the expe­ri­ence of chron­ic pain
  • Alle­vi­at­ing migraines
  • Pre­vent­ing the onset of dia­bet­ic neu­ropa­thy


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