Myofascial Release

Sports injuries, automobile accidents, work related injuries, and everyday stresses can keep you from living the life you want. Myofascial release massage can help you relieve your pain and help to prevent certain conditions from returning. In some cases massage can reduce or even eliminate the need for medication or surgery. It is an effective adjunct to chiropractic and physical therapy.

There are many different ways a myofascial release massage can benefit you. It can reduce stress, relieve muscle tightness, release muscle spasms, prevent injuries, and relieve pain. Massage therapy can also reduce pain from conditions such as osteoarthritis and scoliosis.

One of the best known remedies for stress is massage. Reducing stress gives you more energy and improves your outlook on life. Asthma or insomnia is often aggravated by anxiety. Massage therapy can relieve or aid the symptoms of these conditions. Because massage is such a great way to relieve stress, it is an excellent supportive therapy for people in psychological counseling or treatment for addiction.
Massage therapy is great for treating muscle problems. This type of therapy acts directly on your muscles getting them to relax. Thus, helps eliminate tightness, cramping, soreness, and spasms.

Myofascial release is also great for helping injuries such as tendonitis, ligament sprains and muscle sprains heal. Massage reduces inflammation by increasing circulation, which removes waste products and brings nutrition to injured cells. Certain massage techniques can limit scar formation in new injuries and can reduce, or make more pliable, scar tissue around old injuries.

 We also offer a specialized massage technique in office: cupping! By creating suction and negative pressure, Massage Cupping™ therapy is used to soften tight muscles and tone attachments, loosen adhesions and lift connective tissue, bring hydration and blood flow to body tissues, and drain excess fluids and toxins by opening lymphatic pathways.

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