Muscle therapy is so important for pain relief in all parts of the body. Muscles can become tight or inflamed due to trauma. A great muscle therapy session could potentially restore your range of motion.
Myofascial Release: Applying gently sustained pressure to the myofascial connective tissue restrictions to eliminate pain and restore motion.
Post Knee Replacement: Helps to reduce inflammation and increases blood flow to decrease forming of scar tissue. Also, restores range of motion for a speedy recovery.
Fibromyalgia: Relaxing active trigger points helping to decrease the lightning bolt sensation ( breaking pain cycle).
Migraines: Decrease muscle restriction at base of neck/head. Supporting better blood flow helps with active headaches.
TMD/TMJ Relief: Stretching jaw and neck muscle to restore proper muscle function.
Sciatica: Compressing nerve with stretching and medium pressure. Decreasing muscle congestion.
Tennis Elbow: Transverse friction stimulating blood flow to torn tendon.
Plantar Fasciitas: Medium to deep pressure massage stretching plantar muscle and stimulating blood flow focusing on fascia.
Scar Tissue Release: Scars are fibrous tissue that replaced normal skin or other tissue, massage canhelp release and realign restrictive tissue.
Psoas Balance: Psoas muscle is the deepest abdominal muscle that inserts at the top of the femur. When this muscle becomes shortened, due to prolong sitting, it can cause lower back pain along with hip and knee discomfort. Get yours checked today.