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In P-DTR, we discuss the organization of the nervous system at length.

How does the brain create dysfunctions and compensatory patterns?

How are these patterns interwoven?

Why does muscle A feel better when you rub, ice, heat, compress, etc muscle B?

Sometimes a pattern occurs in isolation. Far more often it is part of a larger grouping of dysfunctions known in P-DTR as a fractal.

Learning how to map these out is the crown jewel takeaway from the intermediate course.

Today I saw the mother of a friend and colleague for the first time with significant low back, neck, and hip pain.

Nearly two years ago she was involved in a car accident and has been suffering from discomfort ever since.

We spent 10 minutes gathering history and performing postural assessment, 15 minutes working on her hip, 30 minutes working on her low back, and 5 minutes recapping at the end.

She reported feeling a release in her back and a reduction in pain. Nothing too surprising.

Well two hours after her appointment her daughter sent me an email.

Turns out her VISION improved.

You never know what the body has roped in as compensatory mechanisms to avoid stressing the top threat.

With P-DTR you’re able to quickly surpass all the white noise the nervous system is emitting to maximize your treatments with the most impactful corrections.

This stuff really leads you straight to the big ol’ X on the treasure map.

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