We welcome Aiden Young Rkin to our team!
He will now be offering Fascial Stretch Therapy (FST) and Neurokinetic Therapy (NKT).
Aiden is a Registered Kinesiologist and graduated from Ontario Tech University with a Bachelors of Health Science (Honours) in Kinesiology. He takes a global approach to understanding pain within the body by identifying the source of compensatory movement strategies caused by adaptation to an old injury or repetitive strain. Using a combined approach of hands-on techniques such as fascial stretch therapy, neurokinetic therapy, soft tissue release and exercise prescription to help patients decrease pain levels and optimize movement efficiency.
Neurokinetic Therapy (NKT) fuels the Mobility Room philosophy. We dive deep into your movement patterns and weak points. Instead of chasing the symptoms we uncover the root cause of pain through hands-on muscle testing which enables us to quickly identify why a muscle is tight and overcompensating for weakness in other parts of the body. So you get better, faster.
Fascial Stretch Therapy is a pain-free, unique, complete, and complementary system of table-based assisted stretching, focusing on the fascia and joint capsule as the key elements in achieving optimal flexibility, strength, performance, and pain relief. FST is one of the quickest, most effective, and most pleasant methods to eliminate pain, restore function, help you move and feel better in activities of life, fitness, and sports!
Soft Tissue Release: The goal of soft tissue release therapy is to restore normal mobility and motion between muscle tissue and nerves. This treatment also helps release any entrapped nerves or blood vessels. As scar tissue builds up, it can cause adhesions or fibrosis to build up in soft tissue. This treatment works by eliminating scar tissue build-up from within soft tissue structure. Besides eliminating scar tissue, this treatment reduces the stress placed on joints and nerves.
To make an appointment with Aiden, contact him directly via email at firstname.lastname@example.org, by phone at (905) 447-2533, or book an appointment online at www.mobilityroom.ca.