Adults and ABR
ABR has been seen to be equally effective for adults as it is for children. Although growing individuals have greater resources of plasticity, consistent improvements are achieved by adults in the ABR Program.
It is not to be expected that ABR can cure the primary cause of a disease, but it can clearly serve to eliminate or prolong the progression of degenerative processes.
The secondary and more immediate causes of functional limitations are:
- Joint deterioration
- Degeneration of intervertebral discs
- Muscle length shortening
- Loss of internal volumes
- Deterioration within the fascial network.
All of these can be targeted directly through ABR therapeutical work.
Adults in the ABR program are achieving:
- Alleviation of pain and discomfort
- Renewed stamina and diminished exhaustion
- Improved mobility
- Joint reconstruction
- Intervertebral disc improvements
Once a degenerative cycle is initiated in the body, it is usually progressive. When severe degeneration has already occurred, it is then necessary to “repair” large areas of the body’s inner structures. Therefore it is in any case preferable to begin with ABR as soon as possible after the disease is recognized or the injury or stroke has occurred.