Breakthrough Treatment for Concussion Featured in Bestselling Book
Toronto, Canada, February 11, 2015
“Matrix Repatterning is a form of treatment developed by an extremely creative Canadian clinician, Dr. George Roth. This procedure can be very helpful for some people with TBI [traumatic brain injury] and other head injuries...” says Dr. Norman Doidge, a leading researcher in the field of brain injury, and bestselling author (The Brain That Changes Itself). In his new book, The Brain’s Way of Healing: Remarkable Discoveries and Recoveries from the Frontiers of Neuroplasticity, Dr. Doidge specifically refers to Matrix Repatterning as an effective treatment to help the brain heal neuroplastically in certain cases associated with head injury, including concussion.
Matrix Repatterning, an advanced form of treatment, developed by Dr. George Roth, is a revolutionary new way of understanding, assessing and treating the body at a profound level. Practitioners throughout North America, including chiropractors, physical therapists, sports medicine specialists, massage therapists and veterinarians, are successfully using Matrix Repatterning to resolve a wide range of conditions, including back and neck pain, shoulder, hip and knee pain, migraines, snoring and sleep apnea, as well as traumatic brain injury and concussion.
Matrix Repatterning is a clinically-proven form of manual therapy, which uses objective methods to determine the precise location of the underlying sources of tissue injury, and gentle, safe treatments to release restrictions and restore the body to optimal flexibility and function.
“Matrix Repatterning has helped me recover from many sports injuries over the years. These treatments have helped me stay competitive and in top form.” says Olympic snow-boarder, Kate Foster.
JP from Toronto reports: “I can’t thank you enough for your overall dedication to providing a permanent solution to alleviating my post-concussion symptoms. I am now back to work fulltime and have resumed my day to day activities such as riding a bicycle, mowing the lawn, going to the driving range and feel significantly better after having received your therapy.”
After reviewing a number of remarkable recoveries using this form of treatment, Dr. Doidge makes the following comments: “I view it as prudent to have a Matrix assessment after a blow to the head… Observing such cases has led me to hope that one day Matrix Repatterning will be routinely applied in hospital emergency departments.”
The Brain’s Way of Healing, Norman Doidge, MD, Penguin Publishing Group, 2015. The Brain That Changes Itself, Norman Doidge, MD, Penguin Publishing Group, 2007. The Matrix Repatterning Program for Pain Relief, George Roth DC, ND, New Harbinger Publications, 2005.