Myofascial Release Techniques require advanced training, a mastery of anatomy and rigorous study. Active Release Technique combines specific soft tissue release therapy with precise movements.
Active Myofascial Release could help you.
If you experience pain or limited range of motion, deal with soft tissue or nerve conditions, Active Myofascial Release could help you.
Myofascial release is a soft tissue therapy for the treatment of skeletal muscle immobility, scar tissue, adhesions and pain. Myofascial release is also a way of manipulating and restoring movement to fascial tissues that surround your muscles, and Active Myofascial Release adds active movement to the myofascial treatment, creating a combined therapy that is incredibly effective. Active Release is also non-invasive and carries little risk of injury.
Active Myofascial Release is arguably the most advanced and effective form of athletic myofascial release ever created, combining the best of active movement and soft tissue therapy.
Frequently Asked Questions About Active Myofascial Release Technique
What is Active Myofascial Release Technique?
A manual treatment technique available at Pro Chiropractic that combines active movement with soft tissue myofascial release. Your chiropractor uses their hands to evaluate soft tissue layers for tension, densification, and adhesions. These target tissues are treated by combining active, specific movement patterns with precisely directed tension to engage and release the affected tissues.
Who Can perform Active Myofascial Release
Licensed healthcare providers with additional training, testing and certification.
What is Active Myofascial Release Technique used for?
This technique is extremely effective when used prior to athletic competition. It is commonly used to reduce tension and restore mobility to injured and stressed tissues. At Pro Chiropractic we also find that Active Myofascial Release can really help areas of prior surgery, scar tissue, and acute injury.
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Your First Visit
Our staff and your personal family chiropractor will explain how chiropractic care works, and answer any questions you might have. After a thorough evaluation, we will customize a treatment plan that’s the best fit for your family member’s condition, goals, preferences, and lifestyle.