Myofascial Release, also known as "Active Release Technique (A.R.T) is a specialized therapeutic technique that can help you achieve improved mobility, reduced pain, and enhanced overall well-being.
Myofascial Release is a gentle yet highly effective technique aimed at releasing tension and restrictions within the fascia—the connective tissue that surrounds and supports muscles. Our skilled therapists use hands-on techniques to apply sustained pressure and gentle stretching to targeted areas, promoting the release of tightness and promoting better blood flow.
Joint mobilization involves skilled and controlled movements of specific joints, guided by our experienced therapists. This hands-on technique is designed to improve joint mobility, increase flexibility, and alleviate discomfort. By applying gentle forces to the affected joint, we can restore its natural range of motion and reduce stiffness.
Whether you're recovering from an injury, managing a chronic condition, or simply seeking to enhance your physical well-being, Joint Mobilization can play a crucial role in your journey. Our therapists tailor each session to your unique needs, ensuring a safe and effective experience that promotes healing and overall musculoskeletal health.
Joint Manipulation, also known as HVLAT (High Velocity Low Amplitude Thrust) involves quick and precise movements applied to specific joints to improve joint mobility, alleviate pain, and enhance overall musculoskeletal function. During this technique patients may experience a "pop" or "crack" sensation in the targeted joint followed by immediate release of tension and/or pain.
Our skilled therapists utilize their expertise to ensure a safe and tailored HVLAT experience, promoting your body's natural healing processes. Discover the benefits of HVLAT as part of our comprehensive approach to restoring your strength, flexibility, and vitality!
BFRT utilizes innovative technology to provide brief and intermittent occlusion of blood flow during exercise. The exercise is typically performed with significantly less weight while still achieving the effects of high intensity training (HIT).
We use BFRT with our patients to increase strength, reduce atrophy, and facilitate healing to get them feeling better faster!
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