The ABR Technique
The ABR Technique is designed to address compressional weakness. Repeated applications strengthen the body’s internal structures.
Internal strengthening is achieved when:
Soft tissue structures begin to regenerate
The health of the individual membranes is reinstated – health as defined by the ability of the membranes to hold a hydrostatic pressure.
In order to address internal soft tissue structures the ABR technique employs the following elements that we describe as the three Q’s:
Quasi-Spherical – indicates that we achieve as great a distribution as possible within a prescribed bodily area.
Quasi-Static – this means that the movements involved for the applications have as little acceleration as possible. In this way the maximum input within a weak tissue can be achieved.
Quasi-Isotropic – shows that we want to achieve as little deformation of the surfaces involved as possible, because deformation of the surfaces serves to reduce the effect.