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Liz Lester, RMT (until 2018), Matrix Repatterning Practitioner

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March 15, 2019

If your queries aren’t fully addressed in the information presented above, please let me know. I would be delighted to meet with you by phone, email, or in person to answer all your questions and recommend solutions.

What does a course of treatment typically look like? 

March 15, 2019

Your initial appointment begins with a thorough interview, a review of your health history, and a physical assessment (postural analysis, measuring the range of movement of shoulders/hips, reflex testing, and scanning the body for sites of deeper injury). From these findings, it can be demonstrated how they relate to your symptoms, and you will be given an estimate of the number of treatments required.


A typical course of treatment is 6 to 10 sessions; children typically require fewer; persons with an extensive history of injury may require more. At each subsequent treatment session, relevant reassessment is performed so you will have an ongoing measure of your progress back to full function.

Why is Matrix Repatterning different from other therapies? 

March 15, 2019

Many people arrive at a point in life where they have developed a physical issue, have a recurrent problem, or have sustained an injury that doesn’t totally correct with other courses of therapy.


We treat many people who have tried everything else and want to avoid surgery or alleviate a condition that just doesn't go away despite repeated interventions. Because Matrix Repatterning locates and treats the underlying cause of imbalance deep at the cellular level and unblocks the body’s natural healing abilities, chronic and longstanding and/or new symptoms are addressed.

Who can benefit from Matrix Repatterning? 

March 15, 2019

We all experience bumps and falls from the day we are born, and we all carry a deeply recorded history of injuries experienced. We have been brought up to believe that when the skin heals and the bruising goes away, the body is totally healed. Science now knows that is not always the case, and that the body finds ways to compensate for an injury.


Children and young adults involved in high-intensity sports, such as hockey, soccer, volleyball, figure skating, skiing, snowboarding, football, rugby, and even trampoline, can accumulate injury patterns more quickly over a short number of years compared to their more sedentary counterparts.


Since they tend to respond and correct rapidly because they are young, they are excellent candidates for Matrix Repatterning.


People of middle age come for Matrix Repatterning often believing that it’s "all downhill after 40". In fact, many people in their 40s and 50s may start to notice symptoms that are not a result of ageing, per se, but because their body has reached its limit of what it can compensate for.


Remember, one’s cumulative history of injury begins at birth. But the truth is, reaching middle age is not a reason to accept poor health or pain. The body, in health, is resilient. It just needs a deeper "tune-up", a rebalancing of deeper stresses within.


People in later life come in for similar issues or are seeking a solution to avoid surgery. While these people may require a few more treatments due to a more extensive history/collection of injuries, the good news is that Matrix Repatterning can also work for them, rebalancing and correcting the body’s tissue matrix.


Over the years, we have seen older people respond extremely well, which is probably also due to the fact that this population is becoming better informed and more health conscious than ever, and living better, which can significantly optimize a course of treatment.

What is the origin of the Matrix Repatterning technique?

March 15, 2019

Matrix Repatterning is a hands-on therapeutic technique developed over the last 30-plus years by Dr. George Roth, DC, ND. It draws largely on Roth’s original training and subsequent extensive study of theory and manual techniques that comprise Osteopathic training.


It goes on to incorporate insights over the last 25 years into body energies and cellular structure, thanks to the works of Stephen Levin, MD; James L. Oschman, Ph.D.; Donald E. Ingber, M.D., Ph.D.; and others.


Dr. Roth has devised a unique application of access, interpretation, and measurement of the physiological energetics (not only of humans, but of all mammals), and has devised the gentle corrective technique known as Matrix Repatterning.

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