Treatments

What if?

WHAT IF the scars of trauma in our lived experiences could be relieved through a 20-minute outpatient medical innovation?
WHAT IF Post Traumatic Stress is an INJURY to our sympathetic nervous systems, rather than a mental disorder?
WHAT IF a second chance at life were real, allowing us to move through the world and connect deeply with everyone and everything around us?

Truth is, PTSD is not a mental disorder. It's an INJURY.

Post-Traumatic Stress is an INJURY (PTSI) to the sympathetic nervous system (SNS) which triggers the amygdala and can directly impact  every homeostatic system in the body.

RESET’S NSR treatment releases the “fight, flight or freeze” responses – often stuck “on” – to allow restoration to the pre-trauma state, allowing for release, revival, renewal, RESET of the sympathetic nerve.  NSR is a pathway to healing from the scars of trauma and stress.

"I have dealt with pain on the left side of my neck and my trap for a decade...I noticeably feel better. I don't have the tension I felt. I don't have the limitation of movement without pain."

David N.

"I have had a knot in my left shoulder that no amount of massage, physical therapy or acupuncture could help. This is the first time in a few years I have had any relief at all. I am very thankful for the relief of Trigger Point therapy."

Kelly P.

"I had Trigger Point for my long-term tension headaches and I had immediate relief. It feels so good not to have to suffer with tension headaches."

Dustin B.
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Neuro Sympathetic Reset (NSR) is designed to heal the ROOT cause of symptoms for lasting relief.

NSR is a 20-minute, minimally invasive, evidence-based outpatient procedure that physiologically allows your sympathetic nervous system (SNS) to RESET to its baseline state of peace, ease, presence, and clarity.

A physiological reset, RESET's Neuro Sympathetic Reset (NSR) is relieving the “fight, freeze or flight” response – often stuck “on” – to restore the at-rest, untriggered pre-trauma state in those experiencing symptoms including…Release, relieve, renew, revive, RESET.  NSR is a pathway to relief from the scars of trauma and stress for all.

Our treatments can achieve remarkable positive results across a wide range of symptoms and conditions

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Myofascial Pain
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Trigger Point Tension

Pricing

IV Therapy Treatments

Unlimited injection sites
Trigger Point Therapy Treatment
Trigger Point Therapy Treatment
$
150
/ Visit
/ Treatment

$
150
/ Visit
/ Treatment
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20% Discount Available to Qualifying Individuals

Same Day &
Walk-In Appointments Available

FAQ

Frequently Asked Questions

Do I need a referral to get Trigger Point Therapy?

No referral is necessary, and we even accept walk-in appointments. You can also schedule an appointment online.

Are there any restrictions before or after my Trigger Point Therapy?

There are no restrictions. You do not need a driver, and medications do NOT need to be held.

How does a Trigger Point injection work?

Trigger points are tight, tender “knots” of muscle commonly found in the neck and upper back. They are sometimes related to stress, poor posture, or overuse injury. Trigger point injections work by injecting anesthetic directly into the affected muscles, allowing the muscle to release and improving blood flow to the area.

What should I expect on the day of my Trigger Point Therapy?

The procedure is quick (5-10 minutes) and tolerated well. During your visit, a brief history and examination will be completed first. The muscles requiring treatment will then be cleaned with alcohol and injected with a small amount of local anesthetic. Sometimes, rhythmic needling is done to the area while the medication is injected. The physician will then continue until all affected areas are “released.”

What are the side effects of Trigger Point therapy?

Localized or regional numbness will occur, and soreness can occur for a day or two after the numbness wears off. More significant side effects, such as excessive bleeding or infection, are rare.

How long will the Trigger Point injection last?

Results may vary, but many patients experience relief for weeks to months after treatment. Addressing underlying causes, such as tension and posture, achieves optimal results. To extend the benefits, we recommend continuing other treatments like physical or myofascial therapy, NSAIDs, and healthy exercise. If symptoms recur, the injections can be repeated periodically.

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Life is not easy. We all have stuff. And no matter what our “stuff” is, Reset offers a path beyond the triggers or the numbness. Beyond the pressure or the fog.