The simple answer is, “The signals from the body to the brain are being reset.”
The confusion stems from the fact that the understanding of this concept requires somewhat of a paradigm shift, and a new frame of reference must be adopted with regards to how the body functions.
Most people understand the basic concept that the brain serves as a central processing unit and that the five senses; sight, smell, taste, hearing and touch serve as inputs to the brain from outside stimuli to interpret the external world.
Where most people’s understanding falls short is the concept of how many other signals are being conveyed to the brain from their own organs and tissues to regulate optimal functionality of the human organism. These other signals are coming from “Neuroreceptors”.
There are approximately 18 known neuroreceptors which are constantly monitoring the state of our bodily systems and sending this information to the brain. These Neuroreceptors respond to the following distinct stimuli: stretch, slap, light pressure, deep pressure, rub, vibration (125Hz, 256 Hz, 512Hz), tickle, itch, hot, cold, prick, swipe, tapping, looking towards, body hair stimulation, thinking about the pain.
Our Bodies are amazingly designed vehicles that are extremely complex, and more often then not what you are dealing with is a software problem, which if left unchecked or uncorrected will lead to major hardware problems.
The neuroreceptor therapy concept clearly explains exactly how we create dysfunction, how to identify and assess dysfunction, & how to permanently treat dysfunctions.
The neuroreceptor therapy system encompasses a wide spectrum of functional dysfunctions on all levels - musculoskeletal, endocrine, autonomic, chemical, emotional and mental. Not only can it relieve painful symptoms, but it can also significantly improve human performance in all areas of life.
The menu of proprioceptive modalities that neuroreceptor therapy is able to treat includes mechanoreceptors, muscle spindle cells, Golgi tendon organs in ligaments, tendons and fascia, nociceptors, pressure, vibration, viscera, meridians, emotions, nuclei of the brain and others.
... Software, not Hardware.