AIS Therapy Is Alternative Healing
Active Isolated Stretching (AIS) developed by Kinesiologist Aaron Mattes is a unique alternative therapy for muscle lengthening and increases the effectiveness of physical pain resolution and healing.
“S t r e t c h i n g” Is NOT
The Process Of AIS Stretching
Alternative Therapy The Right And Wrong Way To Stretch
Researchers now believe that some of the more entrenched elements of warm-up regimens and stretches are not only a waste of time but are actually harmful for you. The old presumption that holding a stretch for 20 to 30 seconds — known as “static stretching” is by today’s principles, absolutely wrong.
In a recent study conducted, individuals generated less force from their leg muscles after static stretching than they did after not stretching at all. Other studies have found that this stretching decreases muscle strength by as much as 30 percent. Also, stretching one leg’s muscles can reduce strength in the other leg as well, probably because the central nervous system rebels against the movements.
With a different approach, AIS therapy can heal people with chronic pain problems. This wellness approach is a musculoskeletal treatment, and a unique treatment for physical pain.
Working with a good ASI therapist can resolve commonplace physical pain problems, including back, neck, shoulder, jaw, knee, ankle, and foot pain.
AIS Therapy Loosen Muscles Tendons Enhances Blood Flow And Increases Range Of Motion
Many Americans Are Suffering From Back, Neck, Or Shoulder Pain
Muscular shortening and tightness is a major contributing of physical pain problems. Muscles (and connective tissue, called fascia) affect the integrity of the skeletal frame. When muscles are tight and shortened tension and imbalance is created around a joint (could be the back, neck, shoulder, wrist, knee. etc), which causes pain. Alternative therapy with AIS Therapy (a trained therapist) the exact muscles causing pain are lengthened, leading towards a resolution of physical pain.
AIS Therapy Stretching Is Alternative Therapy For Human Muscles
Muscles in the human body contain two attachments – two endpoints where the muscle is suspended. Within these two endpoints, muscles have a middle, inner, and outer anchoring.
Considering Both Endpoints (Attachments) Means
A Muscle Has Six Aspects Of Attachment
Conventional Therapy Stretching
Most stretching techniques typically only emphasize stretching at one point of attachment, the belly – the medial aspect of the proximal attachment. If only the belly of the muscle is stretched, five other aspects of the muscle go unattended.
AIS Stretching Offers Alternative Therapy And Healing
By lengthening both distal and proximal ends of the muscle, at medial and lateral attachments, allowing the target muscle to stay open and thereby offering alternative therapy and encouraging the body to function without pain.