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Myofascial Therapy: A Valuable Tool In The Fight Against Pain

Janet Travell, M.D., Staff Physician to President John F. Kennedy, was an early pioneer in the application of myofascial therapies. Today, medical doctors, chiropractors, osteopathic physicians and physical therapists advocate the use of these methods to reduce pain and dysfunction.

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"Massage therapy is a complementary therapy, not alternative anymore. It's of tremendous benefit."
- Brad Stuart, M.D., Hospice Medical Director for the Visiting Nurse Association & Hospice of Northern California

Soft tissue therapies are increasingly being prescribed by physicians to complement traditional medical treatments as a growing body of research documents their efficacy. 

WHY DOES MASSAGE FEEL SO GOOD?

When a muscle is strained from injury or overuse, chemicals are released that irritate nearby nerve endings. Fluid collects, compressing those same nerves and. This cascade leads to the recognition of your muscle pain. Over time, flexibility can become impaired, perpetuating your pain experience. Massage activates neurologic pathways that reduce pain while moving these chemicals back into your lymphatic supply and improving circulation.

End result: you feel better and you move better!

NOW GO OUT AND MOVE!

Massage doesn't just feel good
Massage can lower heart rate and blood pressure, increase circulation and lymph flow, relax muscles, improve range of motion and increase serotonin and endorphins, enhancing your sense of well-being.

Health insurance companies, realizing the cost savings from myofascial therapies, frequently cover them as a prescribed aspect of your care.

Our certified therapists personalize their approach and help you understand improved movement patterns and exercises to reduce your pain.
The Goal: release muscle tightness, balance tone, reduce pain and return you to activity.
Sports Massage, Medical Massage, Myofascial Release, Trigger Point Therapy, Active Release
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These methods are often successful in treating neck pain and stiffness from a whiplash, shoulder and arm injuries, low back pain, sciatica, hip, knee, ankle and foot pain.

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