Have you heard your personal trainer or massage therapist use the term Myofascial Release? Learn how our massage therapists use this technique to improve the way your muscles move and decrease painful trigger points near joints.
… “Myo means muscle, and fascia means bandage or girdle. Fascia is a connective tissue which runs continuously throughout our entire body like a three-dimensional web.” health.howstuffworks.com
…is a soft tissue therapy for the treatment of skeletal muscle immobility and pain Wikipedia
…”poor posture, physical injury, illness, and emotional stress can… cause its intricate web of fascia to become taut and constricted” Elkhart General Hospital
…”myofascial pain differs from other types of pain because it originates in “trigger points,” which are related to stiff, anchored areas within the myofascia” mayoclinic.org
…Practitioners use knuckles, elbows, or other tools to slowly stretch the restricted fascia Wikipedia
…it can improve a patient’s range of motion , decrease muscle soreness and imbalances PerformBetter.com
…your massage therapist can teach you methods using a foam roller or lacrosse ball for self-myofascial release which is beneficial for active athletes between appointments with our massage therapists.
…our therapists will create a treatment plan for you, based on injuries or problem areas with pain and stiffness. They will work on these areas during your appointments, and teach you stretches for your at home workouts.
Would you like to try for yourself and discover how our certified massage therapists can help you? Call us at 303 790-6000 to schedule an appointment at Kambeitz Chiropractic Health and Wellness Center P.C.