Neuromuscular Reeducation (NMR) is the process of correcting non-functional movement patterns that are often the root of chronic pain. An example of this could be unilateral low back pain that develops after a knee surgery. Your brain develops new strategies for moving that avoid creating pain without sacrificing stability. This is problematic because the brain has to recruit additional muscles to do this and, with repetition, a non-functional pattern is born. This pattern eventually creates pain for the recruits that lasts until the underlying pattern is corrected. Muscle testing, acupuncture, and E-stim techniques are applied to reeducate the cerebellum and correct the non-functional pattern.