Breakthrough Results from Breakthrough Science
Normalize Bone Structure to Eliminate Pain, Restore Joint
Stability and Improve Quality of Life today…
and Achieve Results that You and your Patients Would Not have Believed
Normalize Bone Structure to
Eliminate Pain, Restore Joint
Stability and Improve
Quality of Life today…
Join the Free Implementation Challenge Now!
This is your opportunity to boost your practice in 2021 by taking your Matrix Repatterning skills to the next level.
Learn to pinpoint the location of underlying injuries and how to treat them using the bio-electric language of the body.
The Challenge Ends:
Feb. 13th 2021, 2-4PM EST
with a live webinar event.
Your Matrix Repatterning Implementation Challenge
“As progressive practitioners, Certified Matrix Repatterning Practitioners are looking at these types of injuries, from head to toe, because they experience that these injuries, that are not recognized by conventional therapies, can be quickly resolved, producing unprecedented levels of well-being. “
Free Event for Recent Foundation Seminar Attendees
Here’s what practitioners are saying about Matrix
Dr Norman Doidge MD
The Brain’s Way of Healing
“This procedure can be very helpful for… traumatic brain injuries and other head injuries, even as a first intervention. Observing such cases has led me to hope that one day Matrix Repatterning will be routinely applied in hospital emergency departments.”
Dr Andy Stella DC CMRP
“Matrix Repatterning has changed my life and my career. It is the most powerful clinical approach I have ever come across, and I will never go back to the old way of doing things.”
Karen Fairbrass PT CMRP
Physical Therapist, Certified
Matrix Repatterning Practitioner
“During my career as a physiotherapist, I have searched for the most effective, lasting treatment for my patients. Matrix Repatterning was the missing piece of the puzzle which has allowed me to take my practice to the next level. “
If you are up to the challenge, Take the next 7 days to assess and treat 2-3 patients (can be family or friends). Then share your experiences at the interactive webinar.
Note: for any questions, email firstname.lastname@example.org
1: Structural Assessment
Look for structural evidence of injuries in bone structures, such as the tibia and femur. These show up as a relative enlargement, compared to the non-injured side.
Resources: (Click or right-click on the blue highlighted text to access each resource)
1) Review this document for detailed instructions on the structural assessment of the lower extremity.
2) Download the Assessment and Treatment Form,
3) View a video demonstration of the assessment process.
4) View a video about Using the Assessment and Treatment Form. (optional)
Locate the landmarks with your eyes closed, before actually measuring, so that your eyes don’t fool you.
Record the measurements and other structural changes on the form.
Once you recognize how bone shape is affected by injury, you will never look at the body the same way.
These discoveries are at the heart of why Matrix Repatterning is such a powerful insight into how injury is stored in the tissue, when we really look for it, and how the body is actually communicating what it needs to get better.
2: Bio-electric Scan
Perform the bio-electric scan, using the MatrixMag scanner that you received prior to the foundation seminar. If you have lost the scanner, you may still be able to locate some Primary Restrictions, by using the palm of your hand as a scanner.
Download the Foundation Manual Reference pages 11-12.
View the Bio-Electric Scan Overview video. (optional)
(You may need to right click to download the file to your computer)
The bio-electric scan is a powerful tool, which uses the body’s own electromagnetic language to precisely locate areas of injury.
The MatrixMag scanner is a unique form of technology, which has been proven in double-blind studies to provide a normalizing influence to injured tissue.
We encourage you to practice the Containment Exercise [demo] and use that same principle to test the Indicator response as you scan for primaries.
Record the location of Primary Restrictions on the Assessment and Treatment Form by circling the area on the body charts.
3: Objective Findings
Measurable objective findings to check include:
– ranges-of-motion for the hips and shoulders
– stability in the knees, hips, lower lumbar spine and shoulders.
The procedures for testing range of motion and stability can be found in the Foundation Manual starting on page 25.
Remember that each of the stability tests may be performed by testing the tone of the associated muscles, such as the medial hamstrings and popliteus for the knee, gluteus medius for the hip, deep paraspinal muscles for the lumbar spine and supraspinatus for the shoulder.
Record your findings on the Assessment and Treatment Form.
4: Demonstrate the Effect of Specific Primary Restrictions using Objective Findings
Demonstrate how the underlying source of tension coming from the primary restrictions (that you found in your bio electric scan) are related to these objective findings. You do this by applying the scanner or the patient’s hand over the primary restrictions. Then re-check your objective findings.
This will usually provide instant and dramatic evidence to you and your patient, that you have been able to detect the underlying cause of their problems, in a way that no other method has ever been able to do.
For an example of an assessment where the primary restrictions have been correlated with objective findings, review this video. (optional)
The next step is to apply treatment to each of the Primary Restrictions. Treat the primary restrictions that created the largest response.
– See pages 18-21 in the Foundation Manual for treatment of the tibia and femur.
– For in depth videos with step by step assessment and treatment of the tibia, femur and thoracolumbar spine, log-in at https://matrixforpractitioners.com/login/ and find dashboard at the top of the page. Click on the course “Foundation Supplemental Content” to find the video tutorials.
Note: If you have any issues accessing the resources or have other questions, contact us at email@example.com
Matrix Repatterning is based on applied anatomy. The shape of the structure and how the injury occurred, have a direct influence on what you need to do to reverse it.
It’s a good practice to apply treatment with your eyes closed to find that ‘sweet spot’ where you can feel the piezoelectric flow in your own body.
We often tell our practitioners to adopt a position for treatment so they can maintain it for “3 weeks”. It’s kind of a joke, but what it means is that paying attention to proper positioning, including maintain a comfortable upright posture and focusing on breathing, will allow you to stay focused on the tissue changes taking place, as well as reducing stress on your body, which will allow you to practice for as long as you want.
Stay with the resistance and follow the changes, sort of like the analogy of the surf boarder staying on top of the wave. You may notice a gradual collapsing of tension, until you feel an actual release.
Don’t be disappointed if this is not an obvious response, since you are only treating some of the priorities at this point. Otherwise, just be aware if there is no further change taking place. Either response usually takes place within 1 to 3 minutes, depending on the area involved.
I recommend getting as much practice as possible. Be patient with yourself. Many other experienced practitioners have learned to apply these principles with phenomenal success… and so can you.
Re-assess your objective findings.
– Bone size and shape
– Ranges of motion
– Joint instability.
Record your findings on the assessment and treatment form.
Regardless of how much of the challenge you complete, we invite you to a live webinar on Saturday February 13th at 2-4 p.m. EST, where we will come together as a group, to share your experiences with Matrix, answer any questions about where you might have gotten stuck or aren’t completely sure about the application and also what really worked!
We will also be joined by some Certified Matrix Repatterning Practitioners who will share how this breakthrough treatment system has changed their practice, such that they couldn’t imagine going back to the old way of doing things.
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If you have any questions along the way, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
On a personal note…
Thank-you for joining me on this exciting journey. I consider it a privilege to work with you and the many other passionate practitioners who are actively seeking to deliver faster, deeper, and longer lasting results for their patients. Together we can achieve great new heights in health care.
– Sincerely, Dr. George Roth