Manual muscle release techniques

Soft tissue release uses precise pressure combined with active stretching. It entails identifying, isolating and targeting the affected area to break up restricting scar tissue. This break-up of scar tissue promotes greater blood flow and faster healing of the injured area.

Conditions That Are Best Treated

Soft tissue injuries or nerve conditions that would benefit include:

  • Headaches  
  • Neck pain
  • TMJ pain (jaw pain)
  • Shoulder pain
  • Tennis elbow/golfers elbow
  • Wrist and hand pain
  • Carpal tunnel syndrome
  • Pain between shoulders
  • Rib pain
  • Low back pain
  • Sciatica
  • Herniated discs injuries of the neck or low back
  • Hip/groin pain
  • Knee injuries
  • Foot and ankle pain
  • Plantar fasciitis
  • Reduced range of motion


Consequences of Leaving an Injury Untreated

Soft tissue injuries may seem mild and less concerning than visible wounds, but they can be equally dangerous if left untreated. Unfortunately, because these injuries are not as apparent as open wounds or broken bones, they are often overlooked and left alone to worsen gradually. This type of physical damage that does not involve the bones may impact structures that support the joints like ligaments, muscles or tendons. When left untreated, the body will create an increased amount of scar tissue, which can build up and block or impair its normal range of motion and function.

Untreated soft tissue injuries can change the way you move, forcing other tissue and bones to pick up the slack to compensate for a reduced range of motion or weakness. This compensation will affect proper and efficient joint and limb use, and the altered biomechanics can lead to wear and tear that can ultimately become tissue degeneration.

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