The number of people who are afflicted with musculoskeletal disorders is increasing driven by the ageing population and lifestyle choices. The severity of the conditions (intensity of pain and duration) is also on the increase. The increase in people who are suffering coincides with a decline in resources in the healthcare system and declining confidence in conventional medicine in addressing the needs of chronic and long-term conditions. 

This has lead to a rise in the number of the general public engaging with and using complementary and alternative medicine (CAM). The rise in use of CAM therapy's for chronic and systemic musculoskeletal disorders present a particular opportunity for CAM therapy's specialising in soft tissue and bodywork, i.e., manual therapists (massage therapists, chiropractors, osteopaths and physiotherapists). 

Although an increase in demand for therapists is good for business for therapists that use the most physical demanding techniques this can place great strain on their bodies. We believe there is a great opportunity for therapists that are best equipped to reduce the symptoms of patients with recalcitrant chronic musculoskeletal disorders without putting undue stress on their own bodies.

Watch the video below, where Dr U Randoll explains the Matrix Rhythm Therapy Concept...