One of the most common physical abnormalities that people across the world experience is body pain. Body pain is something that can occur as a result of a number of different issues ranging from chronic illness to injuries to bruising, but in essence, it is all addressed in the same way. There are much popular pain treatment and pain therapy methods, some of which we will discuss today, but they all have one goal — to make the pain go away.
Grandmaster Stanley Ngui, creator of the NGUI-MATRIX medical treatment system, will be conducting medical seminars teaching medical professionals his proprietary approach to addressing pain and other abnormalities in the body. In today’s blog post we will be discussing a few more common approaches to pain management, as well as the similarities and differences that they have with the NGUI-MATRIX.
Active Release Treatment (ART)
Active release treatment is a specialized pain management technique that addresses soft tissue pain in, and around, a patient’s joints. Over time, habitual use and deterioration of the joints can cause scar tissues to build up, thus causing pain and limited mobility of the joint. Active release treatments are essentially strategic movements that work the muscles, ligaments, and joints in such a way that the scar tissue is broken up and overall pain is reduced.
Much like active release treatments, the NGUI-MATRIX pain management treatment system addresses pain by using the natural movements and anatomy of the body rather than medicines that inhibit one’s ability to feel pain.
Massage therapy is a very similar approach to pain reduction with active release treatments, only differing in the intensity of the treatment. While active release treatments are rather intense, massage therapy is soft and deliberate. Massage therapy is best used to relax the tightness of muscles, ligaments, and joints that are hurting as a result of an unnatural tightness. Additionally, massage therapy can be used to increase circulation in the affected areas of the body.
Acupuncture & Acupressure
The utilization of acupoints originates from traditional Chinese medicine and has been used to address pain and other bodily abnormalities for thousands of years. By targeting specific pressure points with either a hand or a fine needle, a medical professional can relax their patient’s nervous system, increase their circulation, and reduce specific pains that they might be experiencing.
Grandmaster Stanley Ngui is well versed in acupressure and acupuncture, being a 23rd generation practitioner of traditional Chinese medicine and former principal of the Academy of Acupuncture. In fact, acupressure has influenced his proprietary pain management techniques, the NGUI-MATRIX. To learn more about the similarities that the NGUI-MATRIX has with acupressure techniques, we urge you to attend one of Grandmaster Stanley’s upcoming medical conferences or medical seminars in a city near you.
Much like some of the above pain management and pain therapy techniques, the NGUI-MATRIX system offers a non-invasive alternative to traditional pain treatment techniques. The NGUI-Matrix is a copyrighted healthcare technique that addresses not only the physical symptoms of a patient’s pain but also their subconscious brain. By recognizing the role of the subconscious in experiencing pain, Grandmaster Stanley Ngui has developed a methodology of using the body’s natural energy to correct the imbalances that may be contributing to pain.
Learn More About The NGUI-MATRIX At A Medical Seminar Near You
The NGUI-MATRIX is a non-invasive complementary and alternative pain management method that is currently being taught in medical seminars hosted by its creator Grandmaster Stanley Ngui in cities across North America. If you are interested in learning this proprietary technique we urge you to reserve your seat in one of his medical conferences and medical seminars near you.
For more information on the NGUI-MATRIX or the upcoming medical seminars that will be discussing it, we urge you to visit our website. If you have any questions about the upcoming medical conferences, please be sure to contact us.