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Myofascial Release: Can It Relieve My Back Pain?

Myofascial Release: Can It Relieve My Back Pain?

Q: Can Myofascial Release relieve my back pain?  A: Yes!  We rarely notice our back health’s central role in our overall strength until we experience back pain. Then it’s hard to ignore. Whether periodic or chronic, back pain has a significant effect on health, mood, wellbeing, and how we feel throughout our daily lives. OurRead More…

Will Myofascial Release Cure My Headaches?

Will Myofascial Release Cure My Headaches?

Do you suffer from chronic headaches or migraines? Patients tell us their headaches feel like someone is drilling a hole right through their frontal cortex, or using a pickaxe to excavate the back of their skull. Some say the throbbing is so intense it feels like their head is going to explode. It might beRead More…

What Causes Myofascial Pelvic Pain?

What Causes Myofascial Pelvic Pain?

Do you suffer from chronic pelvic pain? Have you been dismissed by MD’s who can’t find an apparent cause?  Well, you may be suffering from myofascial pelvic pain syndrome (MPPS). A painful condition and recognized pain disorder experienced by people all over the States – and the world. Yet, it’s a misunderstood condition that remainsRead More…

What Causes Myofascial Pain?

What Causes Myofascial Pain?

Myofascial pain is a chronic condition that causes discomfort and pain in specific areas of your body. It is a recognized condition, but it is not well known. Sadly, there is quite a lot that doctors of standard Western medicine still don’t know about Myofascial Pain Syndrome or Complex Regional Pain Syndrome. Sufferers of the conditionRead More…

How does Myofascial Release Therapy Compare with Physical Therapy?

How does Myofascial Release Therapy Compare with Physical Therapy?

So, how does Myofascial Release Therapy shape up when compared to Physical Therapy?  Good question. We’re pleased you asked because many patients confuse these two types of therapy. Both aim to reduce pain, improve mobility, and increase well-being. But that’s where their similarities end – and they achieve their pain-killing and mobility-boosting goal in differentRead More…

What is Myofascial Release Therapy? 

What is Myofascial Release Therapy? 

Many of our patients feel defeated by their debilitating back pain, daily headaches, foot, knee, or neck pain. They come to us in a desperate, last-ditch attempt to find relief.  They’ve heard about myofascial release therapy – although they’re not sure what it is.  Yet, after trying different doctors, treatments, drugs, and supplements, they don’tRead More…

Science is Catching Up! – They’ve Found a “New Organ”

Science is Catching Up! – They’ve Found a “New Organ”

They’re calling it the “Interstitium,” which references the interstitial space, or the space between the cells. The structure of this “organ” is body-wide, found everywhere, and has incredible implications in understanding the spread of cancer. Here’s the study, published 3-27-2018 » And several articles about it: Article #1 (NYU Langone) Article #2 (Yahoo News) ArticleRead More…

Myofascial Release helps Postpartum Issues

Myofascial Release helps Postpartum Issues

So pregnancy and postpartum recovery are more complicated than most people will tell you, and if you’ve been through it, you know. I’m not talking about the everyone-goes-through-it recovery stuff. I’m talking about if you have trouble beyond normal recovery, if you’re slow to recover, or if you ended up with persistent weakness, pain or other issues. IfRead More…

Neck Pain – What to Do

Neck Pain – What to Do

It’s surprising how much it can get in your way and ruin your day. From being careful and limited in how you move, to the blowups at your boss or family because you’re in too much pain to take it anymore. Frankly, it just plain sucks. You’ve probably tried pain pills, massage, heat, cold, maybeRead More…

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