Active Therapeutic Movement-2 Pro (ATM-2 PRO)
What is Active Therapeutic Movement?
The ATM2 is an Active Rehabilitation Treatment that places the patient in a PAIN-FREE functional weight bearing position. Special resistive exercises are then performed thereby resetting central nervous (CNS) muscle activation patterns–allowing an immediate and significant reduction in pain and restoration of function.
Over the course of several Active Therapeutic Movement (ATM) sessions, abnormal muscle firing patterns are significantly reduced and proper activation and strength are restored. This provides long lasting relief and correction of many musculoskeletal conditions
FAQ about Active Therapeutic Movement
Who Can Benefit from ATM2?
What Conditions can ATM2 Help Relieve?
How Long are the Sessions?
The sessions can last anywhere from a few minutes up to 10 minutes for more advanced conditioning programs. Significant results can be achieved from just a few minutes of Active Therapeutic Movement due to the neurologic benefits that take place. With the ATM2 you don’t work harder, you work smarter!
Does this Therapy Take the Place of Other Treatments?
That depends on the situation and what treatments that particular patient needs. The ATM2 does not replace other treatments like adjustments, cold laser, or acupuncture per se because each individual treatment has a specific purpose in the overall treatment program. The purpose of the ATM2 is to correct posture and restore correct motion patterns that have been lost. Only treatments that address the patient's problem will be recommended in the treatment plan.
What Results are Patients Getting with the ATM2?
In recent clinical studies, this painless, non-invasive treatment was shown to be highly effective in relieving patients suffering from disc problems, neck and low back problems, shoulder problems, and knee problems. The most amazing thing is even if nothing has worked previously for you, you could be pain free with treatment on the ATM2. It is truly a medical breakthrough and saves patients from grueling painful exercise program.