Improving function, posture & performance since 1996
Discover the Myofascial Difference
Myofascial release therapy takes a whole body approach to eliminating pain, increasing restricted range of motion and normalizing postural imbalances. We sharpen the focus from just loosening muscles to the deeper targeted fascial layers of the connective tissue.
The myofascial approach utilizes specialized stretching and deep manual therapy techniques used to treat a variety of soft-tissue problems. We apply specific manual pressure and fascial stretching to release the restricted movement and tight tissue.
The manual manipulation techniques release the bonds between fascia and muscles with the goal of eliminating pain, increasing range of motion and normalizing posture. By releasing the fascial restrictions and muscle tightness this approach will help to rebalance the body by releasing the tension in the myofascial tissue.
Because everyone’s symptoms and pain levels are unique to yourself, each session will be customized to your specific needs.
Myofascial Sports Massage
Myofascial therapy has been demonstrated to increase the range of motion and decrease pain in overworked or damaged muscle tissue. This is a useful tool for athletes who are in training.
Do you suffer from chronic pain or have poor posture? Have you been in an accident? Do you suffer from a repetitive stress injury? Do you have a sports injury?
Injuries, poor posture and trauma can cause restrictions to the fascia. These restrictions will cause pain, muscle spasm and limited range of motion to protect the injured area.
Total Body Wellness
While in pursuit of your fitness and exercise goals, your body will be pushed to its limits. Proper recovery and maintenance is a key component in preventing injuries.
The overall goal of the myofascial approach is to concentrate on reducing or eliminating factors that can hinder your performance.
Conditions Commonly Treated
- Neck Pain
- Back Pain
- Chronic Pain
- Restricted Range of Motion
- Carpel Tunnel
- Muscle Spasms
- Sports Injuries
- Myofascial Pain Syndrome
- Frozen Shoulder
- Plantar Fascitis
- Impingement Syndromes
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Maple Grove, MN 55369