How does EMRT work?

EMRT™ works through connective tissue called fascia, which is connective tissue that covers all the muscles, ligaments, tendons and bones. A useful way to think of fascia is like a big sheet of plastic wrap joining everything together. If this fascia is damaged in one location due to injury or tension, it can have an effect on other parts of the body due to its connective nature.

Fascia contains nerve cells, and EMRT™ sends a message via these nerve cells to the brain. This signals the body to release the tension from the muscle and to restore healthy circulation and fluid activity. Injury or stress can cause the fascia to harden, which can hold muscles and other tissue in a state of tension until it is signalled to release. By working through the fascia and the central nervous system, EMRT™ addresses the whole horse.