George Roth, DC, ND, CMRP

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Dr. Roth is a graduate of the University of Toronto, Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College and the Ontario College of Naturopathic Medicine and has studied osteopathic medicine at Doctors' Hospital North, Columbus, Ohio. He is the developer of Matrix Repatterning and is the Director of Education at the Matrix Institute in Toronto. Dr. Roth has presented seminars at numerous hospital and university‐based symposia throughout North America. He is the co‐author, with Kerry D’Ambrogio PT, of Positional Release Therapy (Elsevier, 1997), and the author of The Matrix Repatterning Program for Pain Relief (New Harbinger, 2005). His work is also featured in the Brain’s Way of Healing, by Dr. Norman Doidge (Penguin, 2015).

Are you finding what 99%+ of practitioners are missing in patient assessments?

Current science tells us that that bone literally enlarges with impact and that everything in the body is interconnected through the cellular matrix. This has been completely overlooked by conventional therapies.  Every one of your patients has experienced impact injuries that have profoundly changed the biomechanics of their entire body, resulting in a wide range of […]

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Umbilicus

In 1999, researchers at Yale University found that functional disorders caused by tension in the umbilicus to be very common with far reaching implications.Have you seen any of the above conditions in your patients without being sure where the source of the problem is?Chances are that this torsion pattern is a contributing factor.In the clinic, […]

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Matrix Repatterning for Pelvic Floor Dysfunction

This video with Dr. George Roth and Dr. Debora Chassé, outlines the assessment and treatment of pelvic floor dysfunction, utilizing the principles of Matrix Repatterning. It highlights the importance of injury to the osseous framework of the pelvis and how this can lead to many pelvic floor issues, such as incontinence, dysmenorrhea, erectile dysfunction and lower bowel issues, as well as low back pain. It also provides an overview of general Matrix Repatterning principles.

The video is a good review of clinical principles and may also be helpful in helping patients with pelvic floor dysfunction, understand how MR may be of value in their recovery.

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Bone: The Forgotten Fascial Element

Researchers at the University of California have recently discovered a mechanism within bone that causes it to enlarge and change its structure with injury. This breakthrough discovery puts an entirely new light on musculoskeletal disorders and many other conditions, such as concussion, motor vehicle collisions and sports injuries. THE IMPLICATIONS of this powerful new discovery, which […]

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Low Back Pain, Revisited

It’s been referred to as the scourge of modern man. The age‐old affliction of low back pain has likely been with us since we achieved the upright posture. Over the millennia, healers and practitioners of all stripes have grappled with this challenging condition… stretching, pummeling, cracking and even hacking, in order to alleviate the pain […]

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Time for Chiropractic to Evolve?

Science or PhilosophyI recently searched the internet for scientific evidence to support chiropractic. To my dismay, almost every listing—page after discouraging page—was filled with negative reviews and commentary on the lack of scientific validation or measurable outcomes to support the basic tenets of our profession. At best, a few articles demonstrate a slim advantage for […]

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