Musculosystematics™ (MsE™) is the study of the safety and effect of cumulative neuromuscular interaction in any movement at any moment, in which each neurological pathway and muscle has multiple distinct functional responsibilities.


Musculosystematic Engineering™ (MsE™)

Each human being already has, and always will have to an extent, a ranging state of dysfunction in neuromuscular interaction, Musculosystematic Engineering™ re-assigns neuromuscular responsibilities in order to create a safely and effectively moving human. The current state of function in each human has to do with a myriad of influences including, but not limited to, history of activity, sport, side domination, injury, genetics, and coaching. 


Musculosystematic Therapy™

Musculosystematic Therapy™ is an expertly designed form of Rehabilitation Technology responsible for swift and permanent injury and/or surgical recovery beyond that of any know rehabilitative system, regularly healing at 10 times the speed of general rehabilitative practices.

Re-Engineering techniques such as adapted ancient eastern massage and integrated American isolation rehabilitation practices have IISM Musculosystematic Therapy™ clients functioning better than before the injury and/or surgery.

Musculosystematic Therapy™ develops highly refined  and multi-tiered synergistic muscle that both leverages the large muscle movements and tracks the intricate demands of the movements.

Musculosystematic Therapy™ at IISM is offered for patients/clients ranging from relatively uncomplicated medical history to extreme neurological and physical disorders.


Musculosystematic Therapy™ Process

Each person moves slightly differently, utilizing hundreds of interconnected collective movement patterns at every moment. Because of the repetitious nature of human movement, dysfunctional movement patterns overwork small muscle systems, and fascial tissue. This dysfunction inevitably leads to injury, mostly of two orders. 

The first order of injury most directly related to pattern repetition is an Overuse Injury, such as tendinitis, bursitis, and other injuries that indicate swelling and a dull pain. 

A Traumatic Injury, the second order of physical injury, is often the byproduct of pattern repetition, subsequent antagonist pattern weakness, and a period of high intensity stress or torque, i.e. the tearing of a ligament, breaking of a bone, or the dislocation in a joint.

Although it is true that Spontaneous Injuries, freak accidents often involving impact that do not spawn from movement pattern, do occur. It is also true that the majority of injuries can be avoided with a number of preventative measures taken with properly applied Musculosystematics™.

Due to the natural origin of most injuries that occur in the general public, Musculosystematic Therapy™ has developed a two-part system that restores our patients to a level of functionality greater than the level they had before the injury occurred. The system not only provides a full healthy recovery, but as importantly, an incredible resistance to re-injury, a common conflict with typical rehabilitation practices. 

Step One

Musculosystematic Re-Engineering™, the teaching of proper movement pattern for identified dysfunctional system that lead to the injury, and re-designing the pattern of further,
less-involved systems.

Step Two

Musculosystematic Pre-Engineering™, the strengthening and further advancing the coordination of proper movement patterns based on the individual movement demands of the clients' lifestyle.