A Practitioner’s Experiences with Proprioceptive Deep Tendon Reflex

P-DTR® recognizes that proprioception (sensation of touch, pressure, hot, cold, pain, etc.), and the way the body processes the information from these receptors, is paramount in determining neuromuscular responses throughout the entire body. Motor function is not just determined by the motor system, but rather is modified by the inputs of these receptors.

Using a comprehensive system of muscle testing and neural challenges, involved receptors can be located and normal function can be quickly restored. Most physical therapy and other therapeutic modalities deal with the “hardware” of the body, neglecting the fact that much of the pain and dysfunction we experience is often actually a problem with our “software”.

P-DTR® deals with the various sensory receptors (proprioceptors) of the body and the way they affect and modify our movement patterns. These receptors (those for pain, stretch, pressure, hot, cold, vibration, etc.) all send information to the brain for processing and the brain takes this feedback into account when making decisions regarding our movement.

Presentation for the Conference in Smolensk, Apr’28 2017


Report on the Conference, 28.04.17

Neuroreceptor Therapy. The Method of Proprioceptive-Deep Tendon Reflex (P-DTR) in Functional Neurology. From Theory to Practice.

Report on the Osteopathic Symposium in St-Petersburg

XI International Symposium FUNDAMENTAL PRINCIPALS OF OSTEOPATHY St.-Petersburg, June 28-29, 2017