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 Myofascial Release therapy 

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 Myofascial Release Therapy was developed by John F. Barnes in the 1960s. Barnes, a physical therapist, revolutionized traditional concepts of fascia and its role in chronic pain and restricted movement. He emphasized a holistic approach, recognizing the fascial system's significant influence on the body's structure and function.


The therapy involves gentle, sustained pressure and stretching on affected areas to release tension, improve mobility, and restore optimal function. By addressing restrictions in the fascia, it aims to reduce pain, enhance flexibility, and promote overall relaxation and well-being.


 Benefits include  including pain relief, improved flexibility, and enhanced mobility. It helps reduce stress, prevents injuries, and promotes better posture. It increases circulation, supports scar tissue management and optimizes athletic performance.  

 What is the process?

Step 1  


Book a free 15 minute initial consultation with the expert to decide if the treatments offered would be the right fit for you.

Step 2  


Book your first 60 minute session evaluation/assessment. After the initial consultation we would decide what kind of treatment approach would be most appropriate.


Depending on the treatment approach a 30 minute evaluation session can be scheduled. An appropriate treatment plan will be put in place and explained to the patient.


Evaluation will be followed by a 30 minute treatment session with the appropriate treatment approach.


Step 3  


Schedule your follow up treatment appointments.


What to Expect? 

  • During MFR treatment you can expect to be laying on the table for most of the time with certain passive and sometimes active assistive movements.

  • During Microcurrent Points Stimulation you would be laying on your back comfortably on a massage table during the session.

  • With  Myofascial movement Therapy sessions there will be different positions and movements that the patient will have to be actively involved in.

  • Bemer also involves the patient laying on the mat with the b-pad and or the b-spot focused in the area of problem.

Attire To Bring During Sessions? 

  • For Men - Please bring loose shorts for your session

  • For Women - Please bring gym shorts and a sports bra or loose tank top to change into for your session.  

  • For Reflex Integration sessions the preferred color of clothing is white or lighter colors.

  • Please come showered and refrain from use of oils or body lotion.

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