Is your shoulder pain a source of stress and discomfort? Have you tried physical therapy, chiropractic, stretching, saunas, yoga, ice, heat, and hot tubs, and nothing works to fix the pain? Are you stuck and losing hope?The “shoulder” is made up of bones and joints with strengthening and stabilizing muscles and tendons and LOTS of fascia (connectiveContinue Reading »
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Learn about the ways in which Myofascial Release Therapy differs from Physical Therapy and which treatment is best suited to your particular circumstances.
Getting Older Is Not An Excuse To Put Up With Pain
More than half the population of seniors in the US endure some sort of chronic pain. Isn’t that a depressing statistic?But an even more somber statistic is that chronic pain is a good predictor of early death. Some statistics even state that if you have severe chronic pain, you have an increased chance of dying inContinue Reading »
Myofascial Release Therapy: Will I Have Homework (exercises at home) To Do?
If you’re considering Myofascial Release Therapy for any type of chronic pain condition or to treat the physical manifestations of trauma and emotional stress, you may be wondering whether you’ll have “homework” to do in between your sessions. How much homework is there? How often do I need to do it? What does it entail?Continue Reading »
How Can I Tell If I Have Myofascial Pain Syndrome?
Have you been told by well-meaning friends or relatives that you might have Myofascial Pain Syndrome? Perhaps you’ve been searching online and arrived at a Dr Google diagnosis of Myofascial Pain Syndrome. Still, you’re not sure what it is or whether your symptoms 100% fit the criteria. You have questions. What is going on? We’veContinue Reading »
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 differentContinue Reading »
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) ArticleContinue Reading »