The Early Symptom Intervention (ESI) Program was created and implemented in 2007, as a pilot program on a trial basis. BioSynchronistics has been a work in progress for over 30 years and continues to grow, develop, and positively impact people’s lives.
Unlike the age-old question of the “chicken and egg,” without BioSynchronistics there would be no ESI Wellness Program; period.
As the ESI Wellness Program continues to grow and spread throughout New England and New York, many people still do not understand how this unique approach works. To understand the “how” of this successful program, one needs to understand two key elements: what is pain and how does the musculoskeletal system work.
Pain is the body’s warning signal from the musculoskeletal system that cannot support a force, repetition, or load placed on it. Pain is an early detection system to allow the body an opportunity to move, adjust, or flee from an activity that will likely cause damage or harm the musculoskeletal system.
The Musculoskeletal System is the combination of muscles, bone, ligaments, tendons, fascia and cartilage which come together to act as a spring to absorb trauma and other forceful actions placed on the body. Think of the following body parts and joints as high-performance springs…neck, spinal cord, UE (shoulders, elbows, wrists), hips, and LE (knees, ankles). Collectively, these body part function collaboratively to protect the body against Musculoskeletal Disorders (MSD’s).
Our next article will take a deep-dive into BioSynchronistics; what makes BioSynchronistics unique, different, and pioneering? What separates BioSynchronistics from the rest?