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Is Myofascial Release Therapy Overhyped?

Is Myofascial Release Therapy Overhyped?

Some people say designer handbags, New Year’s Eve, and curly Kale are over-rated. But if you’re an Instagram Influencer, a Kardashian, or a health and wellness blogger: designer bags and Kale-green superfood smoothies are everything. Plus, some people live for the crushing disappointment of the annual New Year’s Eve parties – closely followed by theRead More…

What Is Myofascia And Why Is It Important?

What Is Myofascia And Why Is It Important?

What is Myofascia? And why is it important?  Myofascia is the multi-layered connective tissue in your body that holds, stabilizes, and connects everything. Without myofascia, you’d be a pile of bones, blood vessels, muscles, organs, and skin – lying in a heap on the floor.  We tell our patients to think of it like aRead More…

Why Haven’t I Heard Of Myofascial Release?

Why Haven’t I Heard Of Myofascial Release?

‘Why haven’t I heard of Myofascial Release?’ It’s a common question we hear from new patients. They also ask whether myofascial release is the same as sports massage or other massage therapies (until they try it for themselves, of course – then the difference is evident). These types of questions are also the reason whyRead More…

Can Myofascial Pain Syndrome Be Cured?

Can Myofascial Pain Syndrome Be Cured?

When you suffer from a chronic pain disorder like myofascial pain syndrome, we know it can be lonely and confusing. We’ve been there. When there is something wrong with your body that affects your daily life – you want answers. You’re in severe, often debilitating, pain and want to know how long it will last. With chronicRead More…

What Lifestyle Changes Can I Make To Stop Myofascial Pain?

What Lifestyle Changes Can I Make To Stop Myofascial Pain?

Do you suffer from myofascial pain? It could be your lifestyle that’s adding to your discomfort.  Like other invisible illnesses, many patients we see with this type of chronic pain tell us they feel let down by Western medicine. Within the often-one-dimensional American healthcare system, there are numerous so-called treatments for chronic pain.  Still, beyondRead More…

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…

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