The Rezzimax® Tuner for Professionals
What is the science behind the Rezzimax® Tuner?
Our Dental Professional friends work with many types of temporomandibular pathology. Rezzimax® Therapy techniques and tools will not correct the pathology. Rezzimax® provides pain relief without narcotics. This brings a valid question to anyone trained in the scientific methods of any profession. The question is, "How does this non-narcotic pain relief work?" Our response is a thought-provoking question of our own:
WHY NOT USE THE TRIGEMINAL NERVE TO TREAT THE TRIGEMINAL NERVE AND MANY OTHER PAINFUL CONDITIONS IN THE NERVOUS SYSTEM?
Sure, the Trigeminal Nerve is responsible for closing the mouth. It can also, however; open it back up, as well as retract and protract the jaw! The sensory component of the Trigeminal nerve is also highly developed. With the Rezzimax® Tuner, we use all the branches of the Trigeminal Nerve and all the muscles innervated by this powerful nerve to help you balance and down-regulate the area of the Trigeminal Nerve and its associated trigger points that are holding the pain. This works great for jaw pain and migraine headaches, but how does it assist with neck pain and shoulder pain and other conditions? Invest ten minutes in viewing the presentation below to understand more.
The Rezzimax® Tuner is one of the most effective ways available to "turn off" the pain from TMJ and most headaches in minutes. Just three minutes each day, spent on any of the powerful Rezzimax® techniques, will often break the cycle for many headache sufferers. It is all accomplished by simultaneously balancing branches of the bilateral Trigeminal Nerve and engaging the Vagus Nerve to calm the autonomic nervous system. This video is an example of the powerful effect the Tuner can have on the cranial nerves:
Do you want to learn more about how to best use the Rezzimax® Tuner for your clients?
Watch Sharik Peck, developer of the Rezzimax® Tuner and physical therapist, give a class on how to use the Tuner for patients with migraines and severe TMJ.