Neurostructural Integration Technique (NST) is the world’s leading technique in structural and spinal therapy for lasting pain removal and rejuvenation. It is considered as a holistic, and dynamic form of bodywork. In this article, What Neurostructural Integration Technique (NST) Therapy is and what it does will be discussed.
What is Neurostructural Integration Technique (NST) ?
Neurostructural Integration Technique is a highly skilled and well-developed soft tissue therapy that essentially hits the reset button on the human body and allows a window of opportunity for the body to heal. This is a therapy that has been specifically developed to stimulate the nervous system through manual muscle work.
During the therapy, you will feel deeply relaxed, because this soft tissue therapy releases your muscles and connective tissue and calms your nervous system.
Objective of NST therapy
The objectives of NST therapy are:
- To reintegrate and restore your body as a whole.
- To address postural dysfunction
- Improve range of motion
- Reduce pain.
Importance of NST therapy
The following list of symptoms frequently disappear in response to NST Therapy:l
- Cranial, Temporomandibular Joint (TMJ) disorders.
- Head injuries and headaches including migraines
- Neck problems including whiplash, shoulder and arm pains.
- Back problems in both the lumbar and thoracic spine.
- Leg problems including hamstrings, knee and ankles.
- Sciatic and pelvic problems.
- Accidents and sporting injuries (acute or chronic).
- Musculoskeletal disorders, rheumatism, arthritis and fibromyalgia.
- Digestive, bowel and urinary problems.
- Respiratory problems including asthma, sinusitis, bronchitis
- Menstrual, reproductive and menopausal disorders
- Baby colic, gastric reflux and feeding problems
- Acute and chronic fatigue syndrome
- Stress conditions, emotional depression and learning difficulties.
Who is the treatment for?
Importance of NST Therapy
Although NST has been used for many health conditions in any age group, it is highly regarded for its aims in effectively resolving structural conditions including back pain, neck pain, shoulder and wrist pain, knee and ankle pain, accident and sporting injuries.
Therapists who perform NST
The most popular groups include:
- massage therapists
- sports medicine therapists
Countries that practice NST
NST is now practised in many countries around the world including