Muscle Activation Techniques is a specific and unique process for evaluating an individual’s ability to produce efficient muscle contraction; the loss of which results in a decreased range of motion, and therefore decreased physical performance.
The first step, evaluation, requires a thorough assessment of your range of motion across each joint in the body, called a "Comparative Assessment of Motion". This identifies where potential muscle weaknesses exist and provides a starting point for the second step, Muscle Treatment.
The second step, which typically requires multiple sessions, entails testing each muscle involved in your limited range of motion for weakness. Then, each weak muscle is treated using a technique called "Digital Force Application of Muscle Attachment Tissues" and/or "Positional Isometric Contraction".