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Neuromuscular Energising Therapy NET

 

The Evolution of Physiotherapy

 

Since its origin, physiotherapy has continuously evolved.I believe that

Neuromuscular Energising Therapy (NET) is the next step in its evolution.

Physiotherapy is all about using our hands in combination with our

knowledge and understanding of anatomy, physiology and kinesiology

to detect dysfunction within an individual’s neuromuscular system.

NET fulfils this role perfectly. It is a unifying approach to neurological

and musculoskeletal therapy by the investigation of the dynamics of

movement through “hands-on” therapy in combination with functional

anatomy and movement analysis.

 

Common patterns of compensation occur in patients suffering

movement dysfunction with both musculoskeletal problems and

neurological problems, i.e. the central nervous system drives the

change.

 

 

Thus musculoskeletal physiotherapists can treat neurological

patients and neurological physiotherapists can treat musculoskeletal patients, as the treatment protocols are virtually the same: -

 

Identify the problem/dysfunction

 

Assess the level or degree of complication

 

Address any issues of compensation and reasons for it

 

Devise a plan or strategy of treatment

 

Treat/rebalance/reduce level of compensation/restore function

 

Re-assess/evaluate efficacy of input and adapt/continue treatment plan

 

 

 

 

NET is not merely about techniques and exercises, but is about the interpretation of information gathered during the interaction of therapist and client during the engagement process. Engagement allows an individual to “listen-in” to another individual’s system.

 

Anybody can perform this process with the appropriate guidance; however therapists are able to channel their knowledge and experience which allows a deeper understanding of the subject.NET is best suited to the open, expansive or creative mind-set. it is not strictly regimented, but does follow a logical sequence built on strong foundations of movement.

 

It takes into account all aspects of a patient’s make-up, including:- 

  1. Physical: resting time, power, age

  2. Emotional: positive or negative characteristics

  3. Environmental: goals and motivation

 

Treatment must be adapted on a moment-to-moment basis and the clinician should remain optimistic but realistic in their expectations.This does not mean quoting the scriptures written by a neurologist, but based upon clinical reasoning and experience. 

 

If in doubt - ask someone.“Where there’s a will there’s a way.”(This applies to therapist as well as patients)

 

 

 
Liberty Physiotherapy aim to raise awareness of the benefits of using Neuromuscular Energising Therapy (NET) to people seeking Physiotherapy input,  Physiotherapists, Students and the General Public. The aim is to create and disseminate learning material and content that would encourage both clients and professionals alike.
 
If you are interested in learning more about Neuromuscular Energising Therapy (NET) and the NET training Courses click here or contact us
 
 
 

 

 

 

Testimonial  (November 2013)

 

Hi Charlie,Thank you for a very interesting and enjoyable course. I have been pondering ever since what it was I got from it and felt to share with you what has come up for me. Many of the components of the course were familiar to me - especially from my background working in paediatric neurology - yet how you put it together was very new. I connected immediately to its simplicity and its potential for deep change for the patient. What I particularly liked and found refreshing was the continuous interplay between physio and patient. There was a constant sensory dialogue, a dance of kinds and as a therapist a constant commitment and responsibility through sight and touch to respond to the patient and call for more......... read more.........