Sciatica is the medical condition that causes lower back pain that patients say seems to “shoot” from their low back and hips all the way down their legs. It’s intensely painful – usually with sharp stabbing pain accompanied by muscle weakness, numbness, and/or “pins and needles” in the legs. It can be debilitating – oftenContinue Reading »
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How To Sleep With Ongoing Neck Pain?
Is neck pain keeping you awake at night? Sadly, it’s all too common to have a stiff or sore neck. Along with fractures and arthritis, the World Health Organization reports that neck pain is amongst the most common disabilities affecting people worldwide. Neck pain doesn’t only stop you from sleeping. It also prevents you fromContinue Reading »
Mind and Matter: The Myofascial Solution
More Blogs From Release Works What Can Myofascial Release Therapy Do For My Emotional Trauma? Yoga And Myofascial Release: Is There A Connection? Are There Side Effects To Myofascial Release Therapy? If you have chronic pain that has no apparent physical cause, and you’re looking for an alternative treatment to replace standard painContinue Reading »
Why Should You Trust Your Myofascial Therapist?
Are you considering Myofascial Release Therapy, but you’re unsure of the benefits, or you’re concerned about whether there is any validity in the claims that it can cure chronic pain? Well, these are common concerns that we hear from patients when they first come to us, and they haven’t tried Myofascial Release Therapy before. ButContinue Reading »
Improve Your Self Myofascial Release By 1%!
I recently learned about the 1% approach to improvement. It is drawn from the work Sir David Brailsford did with the British cycling team to take them from dead last in the world of competitive cycling to Olympic gold medal status. I am learning to apply it to self myofascial release, or what the ReleaseContinue Reading »
What To Do When Chronic Pain Becomes Too Much
Do you or someone you love suffer from chronic pain? We all have experienced pain at some time or the other – a broken leg, sprained ankle, childbirth, or even a pounding headache the morning after one too many drinks. It’s an inevitable part of life. Whether it’s a fall, accident, major surgery, or forContinue Reading »
When it comes to chronic pain, sometimes before things can be helped, they might need held
You know that feeling when something just seems off in your body? Chronic pain, hurting and aching. . . and if you could get at it in just the right way, something would shift or ease into place, and things would just feel better? It’s a very common feeling for many of us. And theContinue Reading »
Yoga And Myofascial Release: Is There A Connection?
Yoga (as practiced in the Western world) is a movement practice that keeps the body’s connective tissue (fascia) moving and flexible. It can help with stress and anxiety too. But the question we’re examining in today’s blog is whether yoga provides the same type of “Myofascial Release” as Myofascial Release Therapy sessions? More Blogs FromContinue Reading »
With myofascial release and self treatment, I hate to break it to you, but . . .
I hate to break it to you, but there is no “done” when it comes to caring for the body. There is no “all better” point at which you can stop taking care of yourself. Most of us actually do know this. We would just like it to be otherwise. I should know. IContinue Reading »
What Can Myofascial Release Therapy Do For My Emotional Trauma?
Do you suffer from chronic pain associated with emotional trauma? According to an article on the chronic pain app, Pathways’ website: “There are many studies which link chronic pain to trauma. The Institute for Chronic Pain states that up to 90% of women with fibromyalgia and up to 60% of patients with arthritis report trauma at some stageContinue Reading »