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MBR  Clinic Utilizes Various Treatment Methods Based on Symptoms


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Major contributor to migraine, neck, and shoulder pain

Occipital-Upper Cervical-TMJ Complex

The OUT complex, which includes the occipital bone, upper cervical vertebrae, and TMJ, plays a significant role in the human body’s overall balance and proper functioning of the central nervous system.

It is believed that all 12 meridians of the human body pass through the OUT complex in traditional oriental medicine. Acupuncture points located on this complex are thought to have an impact on the flow of energy or Qi through the meridians, which can help promote overall health and well-being.

Imbalances or problems with the OUT complex can result in various conditions, including craniofacial pain, migraines, dizziness, and neck and shoulder pain, emphasizing the importance of treating this complex to maintain proper body balance and health.

Correcting the Imbalance

How MBR Therapy Promotes OUT Complex Health

Acupuncture Treatment

Acupuncture is a beneficial treatment option for those suffering from tissue adhesion, knots, nerve entrapment, or myofascial adhesions as it can help to relieve tension and improve circulation in affected areas.

SOT Block Therapy

SOT block therapy uses breathing and weight to balance the occipital bone and sacrum. This technique is commonly performed during acupuncture treatments to release tension in the dura mater, which connects the skull and sacrum, and promote the circulation of cerebrospinal fluid.

Gua Sha Treatment

Gua Sha therapy involves the use of specialized tools to help relax the myofascia, which is the connective tissue that surrounds and supports muscles. This technique can be applied to any part of the body to help straighten and strengthen muscles and myofascia.


Orthotic can be used to to correct imbalances between the left and right feet. This approach is effective for treating various conditions such as flatfoot, OX legs, anatomical short leg, scoliosis, and posture correction.

Tui Na

Tui Na is a specialized treatment technique that targets muscle and myofascial imbalances, and our practitioners at MBR ACUPUNCTURE & HERB utilize this method to achieve whole-body joint balance.

Ligament Relaxation Therapy

Ligament relaxation therapy is specifically designed to treat soft tissue in the joints, allowing for effective recovery without pain. It is particularly useful in cases of arthritis, joint damage, and delayed recovery of joints.

MBR Therapy

MBR (Meridian Balance Restoration) is a treatment method that ensures the consistent maintenance of the proper three-dimensional position of the jaw joints. It is utilized to enhance various conditions such as migraines, shoulder pain, a straight neck, neck disc issues, general posture, as well as alleviate pain and correct imbalances in the jaw joints.
Correcting the Imbalance

The Importance of Muscle / Tendon Adhesion Detachment

 Damaged tissue forms adhesions.

 Repeated damage intensifies adhesions.

 Pain with an unknown cause that cannot be diagnosed even at the hospital

 Adhesion interferes with energy and blood circulations and compresses the surrounding nerves. It can cause pain, anomalies, and numbness.

 Separation of the tendon adhesions is the beginning of muscle, myofascial, tendon, and ligament recovery.

 Postures, habits, and movement patterns are unconsciously stored in the brain, making it challenging to fix habits at once.

 Especially the way you sit on a chair, gait, or look at a computer is something that you perform countless times in everyday life and therefore exceedingly difficult to adjust.

 A person cannot always maintain the correct posture or avoid movements that damage the body structure, as such, incorrect movement patterns inevitably cause pain.

 The movement pattern is already memorized in the brain and cannot be easily changed, but MBR’s treatment modulates and reactivates the muscle-nerve to RE-MEMORY the new motor system in the brain.

Major contributor to migraine, neck, and shoulder pain

Kinesio Taping

Taping therapy provides pain reduction, muscle relaxation, and improved circulation of the skin, blood, lymph, and tissue fluids. It effectively alleviates and restores pain by returning tense muscles to their original condition, thus preventing secondary damage and the onset of additional pain.

Moreover, Kinesio taping aids in correcting joint misalignment, which can occur when muscles surrounding the joints are excessively tense. By directly addressing and rectifying this issue through taping, the muscles regain their natural movement, restoring the joints to their original state.

Rewiring Your Brain

Restoration Therapy Exercise

Identifying incorrect posture and body movement habits
Altering movement patterns and habits through Restoration therapy

Achieving pain-free daily activities by adopting new postures, habits, and movements

How does MBR therapy modify the brain system to restore posture and movement?

Habit Transformation Program

Customized nerve-muscle exercises

Doctors often recommend exercise, but they rarely provide specific guidance on which exercises to perform and how to do them. There is no universal solution that works for everyone.

MBR’s re-memory therapy determines the appropriate exercise methods based on individual body types and in-depth analysis of muscle performance and movement patterns. As a result, even if the exercise itself is the same, the instructions vary from person to person.

Beyond muscle-focused exercise

Simple weight training alone cannot correct posture or prevent recurring pain. If it could, weightlifters would always maintain perfect posture and remain injury-free. However, many athletes experience sports-related injuries and pain, indicating that muscle strengthening exercises alone are not the optimal solution.

MBR Re-memory therapy not only includes muscle strengthening exercises but also incorporates “nerve-muscle control exercises.”

Challenging yet effective exercise

MBR Re-memory exercise involves simple movements that can be initially challenging to perform accurately. This is due to the patient’s initially weak ability to control the specific nerve-muscle associated with the movement.

However, as the patient becomes capable of executing the exercise with precision, it indicates a significant improvement in their nerve-muscle control ability, thereby preventing future pain recurrence.

Structured exercise approach

The MBR Re-memory therapy follows a systematic approach that takes into account the individual’s muscle control capabilities and gradually progresses accordingly.