The Mukaino method was invented by Dr. Yoshito Mukaino in Japan in the late 1980s.
It is based on the principle of meridians of Chinese medicine combined with the analysis of movements (flexion, extension, rotation, inclination, adduction and abduction) in athletes.
The meridians run along our body like railway tracks and each have specific points that can be compared to stations. Each meridian is specific to an organ and each meridian point has one or more specific functions.
Dr. Mukaino has associated these paths with the movements we make in everyday life in order to relieve the ailments that can result.
A balance sheet of 30 specific movements makes it possible to determine which meridian (s) is (are) related to our pain. By a specific massage treatment and digitopuncture (acupuncture with the finger, without needle) on specific points, we restore the balance of the meridian involved and relieve pain, restriction of mobility …