My name is Regina Smohai, I am an injury rehabilitation specialist and Neuromuscular Therapist. I am the founder of Spinal Matters.
I have been in the industry since 2006, have studied in Britain and the US with many leading experts in the field. I have worked with hundreds of clients suffering from locked jaw, frozen shoulder, hip and knee problems and different spinal pathologies. See my full bio and qualifications here
This shows me what approach to take and I can begin the treatment. Before the session is over I take you through your “homework”, which will be specific exercises to alleviate your pain.
The most common question people ask is: how long will it take me to get better?
The answer is the body is able to compensate out of pain to keep us moving for a long time before it begins to break down. By the time severe pain presents itself the body has done everything it can to keep you moving. It has been compensating, sometime for years, and so reversing the situation takes time. Healing doesn’t happen over-night. However, I am able to give clients a good idea of how long the process will take. An average time is three months, unless the injury is a recent one.
(CST) is a hands-on therapy, where the touch is gentle, non-invasive and subtle. The treatment is designed to work on the Craniosacral system, which is the meningeal membrane structure that surround and support the brain and spinal cord, the bones of the head to which they attach and the cerebrospinal fluid that surrounds and protects the brain.
The treatment is extremely relaxing, suitable for all ages, and has been successfully applied to treat the following: neck stiffness, lower back and pelvic pain, headache, migraine and dizziness, feelings of anxiety and stress, ear and sinus problems and TMJ (jaw) issues.
NMT is rooted in a solid understanding of anatomy and physiology, and sound physiological principles
In order to have a consistent swing the golfer has to have good overall flexibility, needs to be able to maintain their centre of gravity, has to have good motor programme development and good posture. With these in place the golfer can achieve low handicap and stay injury free.
If you are looking for improved performance and better scores consider a tailor-made conditioning programme with Spinal Matters