A Healthier You
The quickest and most effective way to release knots/adhesions/scar tissue/trigger points. This realigns the joints which eliminates pain and restores range of motion.
All Over Fitness
When you create stresses on a muscle in the same spot over and over, the body tries to protect it and strengthen is by creating myofascial tissue. This is sometimes called scar tissues, knots, trigger points, or adhesions. When this happens it shortens the muscle therefore placing stress on the joints.
It's like a rope, if you tie knots in a rope, it is stronger, but it is also shorter. This is what happens with the muscles. `You can do stretching which lengthens the muscle some but as long as the knot is there the muscle cannot be at its optimal length.
With myofascial release, pressure is placed on the knot which allows it to release and puts the muscle back at its proper length. It normally takes 3-4 sessions to completely release the knots but in more severe cases it can take up to 6; however pain relief should be felt after the first.
Do you have physical issues holding you back?
Do you want to prevent injuries?
Myofascial Release with Corrective Exercise can help!
If you prefer I can perform myofascial release on you. This allows you to completely relax and breathe. With over 16 years of experience `I can release the knots very quickly and with minimal pain.
Self `Myofascial Release
SMR is when you perform myofascial release on yourself. `If you are interested in learning how to do it yourself I can teach you numerous ways and tell you specifically where to fix any imbalances in your body.
It is used for:
bursitis, piriformis syndrome, tennis elbow, golfers elbow, carpel tunnel, muscle cramps (including toe, foot, Charlie horses, hamstring pulls, muscle spasms (back & neck), ankle & wrist sprains, osgood slatter disease, tendonitis (all types), headaches, migraines, runner's knee, whiplash, growing pains, plantar fasciitis, hammer toe.
frozen shoulder, frozen ankle, lower back, neck
scoliosis, shoulder impingement, lower back pain, uneven extremities, bowlegs, knocked knees, pigeon-towed, "ballerina" feet (external rotation), hip, Dowager's `Hump, forward head, foot pronation and supination, tailbone, forward shoulders and bad posture.
canalith repositioning (vertigo), deviated septum, sinus problems, hooded eyelids