What is PDTR?
It is the practical application of theoretical neurology with inspiration and sourced material drawn from neurology, biomechanics, neurophysiology, anatomy, orthopedics, and research founded by Dr. Jose Palomar.
This neurological therapy works directly with the Central Nervous System (CNS), using receptors as its entry point to understand, assess and treat all kinds of pain and dysfunction.
The PDTR method provides the tools and assessments to locate and diagnose the dysfunctional receptor, to stimulate all parts of a dysfunction, to find the priority area that is the most important for the nervous system, to control the different information flow and reset it when dysfunctional, thereby altering the integration of all noxious stimuli and the formation of sense of pain itself.
PDTR as a therapy is used primarily to reprogram the software and firmware components of our body; however, it also has an important role to play in treating the causes of some hardware problems
We can apply an analogy: as the computer contains hardware, software and firmware, so does the human body . In the body, the hardware is the bones, the ligaments , the organs , the nerves, blood vessels and the physical brain itself. The software is the communication within the CNS and its many interconnected functions. The firmware is the primitive reflexes we are born with as children and some of the autonomic unconscious functions that our bodies perform.
PDTR is a very gentle, non-invasive and painless method based on a real time manual effect of particular sensory receptors on the human body.
PDTR works with functional problems. Treatment will beneficially affect body’s nervous system in general, digestive, musculoskeletal, circulatory, lymphatic and limbic systems
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Things PDTR has helped with :
Muscular aches and pains
Limited range of motions due to pain
Numbness, tingling, burning sensations
Headaches, dizziness, noise in the ears
Hypersensitivity to light/sound and other stimuli
Post operational Rehabilitation
Rehabilitation from sports injuries
Rehabilitation from emotional injuries