Injuries, Aches, & Pains

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ADVANCED MUSCLE INTEGRATION TECHNIQUE (AMIT)


What Is AMIT?


Advanced Muscle Integration Technique (AMIT) is a revolutionary technique in sports medicine that only has about 150 certified practitioners throughout the world. AMIT was first used to treat NBA and NFL athletes, world champions and elite medalists. AMIT is a systematic treatment of common joint and muscle conditions experienced by active people and now available to the public. The new advanced therapies utilized in AMIT procedures allow for rapid corrections of instabilities resulting in improved function, removal of pain and an overall new level of performance.



AMIT Doctors
 

AMIT practitioners can predict injuries by examining and identifying instabilities in the body, which in most cases lead to injury. We attempt to define the root cause of the problem rather than merely treat the symptom.

The developers of the AMIT system discovered the primary cause of chronic joint pain and muscle pain is due to inhibited muscles due to overuse or injury. Although the pain of the injury goes away over time, the functional imbalance remains and in turn these functional imbalances eventually lead to chronic pain. By defining these imbalances and correcting them using the AMIT therapies, healing and rehabilitation can take place rapidly without the need for drugs or surgery.



Who Is AMIT For?


If you are the type of person who wants to function at a high level of athletic performance, stay in shape and be active without struggling with pain and taking medications, we have an alternative system for you.


Common conditions treated with AMIT:

- Low back pain

- Neck pain

- Headaches 

- Arthritis and joint problems 

- Sports injuries  

- Muscle strains

- Chronic pain

- Sciatica

- Herniated Discs

- Plantar Fasciitis

- Ankle Sprains

- Shoulder Pain

- Knee and Ankle Injuries

- Tennis Elbow

- Carpal Tunnel Syndrome

- Bursitis/Tendonitis

- Rotator Cuff Injuries



What Does Treatment Consists Of?


- Objectively evaluating over 600 muscles in the body for function

- Revealing instabilities and areas of injury risks by differentiating the root cause of pain from the ad­aptations.

- Chiropractic

- Acupressure Points

- Organ Gland Reflex Points



How Long Will Treatment Take?

Dr. Ibarra recommends a 10-week program for patients to quickly improve and feel the benefits of AMIT. She then recommends patients on a maintenance plan get treatment once a month. 

Each treatments takes about 40 minutes long. 




Buhler Athletic Injuries & Human Performance 

and Certified A.M.I.T Clinic (2017). AMIT Method. Retrieved from amitmethod.com