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Frequently Asked Questions

What is Chapmans Reflexes?

Chapmans Reflexes is a systematic approach for testing and treating injuries, aiding in pain management and delivering the ultimate in client satisfaction. The course has been developed with massage therapists, personal trainers, osteopaths, chiropractors and body workers in mind, who are keen on addressing the ‘whys’ of the problem, not just employing the band-aid, quick-fix approach. The technique stems from a strong background in the nervous system, as well as its links to the lymphatic congestion of muscles and viscera.

Who is Chapmans Reflexes for?

If you’re experiencing stress in your life, whether physical or emotional, we can definitely help you. We can assist in alleviating all musculoskeletal pain, including headaches, back pain, hip or pelvic instability – practically anything muscle or nerve-related with stress as its origin. The treatment also works wonderfully for children and the elderly, as well as sports fanatics and sedentary worker alike. Chapmans Reflexes is also safe to use during most stages of normal pregnancy.

What are the benefits of Chapmans Reflexes for patients?

Patients can benefit from rapid results in pain management, a speedy return to normal strength of affected muscles, and a general feeling of empowerment which uplifts mood and spirit levels. The simple, time-efficient therapy ‘homework’ also offers a sense of regained control over their progress.

What are the benefits of Chapmans Reflexes for therapists?

Therapists can benefit from immediately reduced stress on the hands and thumbs. The assessment and treatment are easy to learn, understand and apply, while the therapy is quick and efficient, so it blends in well with many other modalities already used. Also, benefit from a growing client database due to the increase in customer referrals and higher-income streams stemming from treating more clients daily. Compliancy rates are good, too, as patients will find their therapy ‘homework’ a quick and easy affair.

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