Myofascial release is an extremely complex therapy which takes time to both master and apply. The fascia network is incredibly important in maintaining health and well-being. This network is found throughout the body and creates an effective cushion in vital organs and skeletal structures. Myofascial release aims to relieve stress or reduce damage to the fascia system through gentle and deliberate manipulation.

Myofascial release is often confused with massage therapy; however, the two are completely different. While massage is used to target muscles, bones and soft tissues, myofascial release is intended to focus on the fascia network alone. Another important difference is that force is incredibly important in applying myofascial release. Too much force will have a negative effect, which is why myofascial release requires time and patience.

Secondary Benefits

We may perform myofascial release to address a specific condition and discover during the course of treatment that treatment is secondary. Through the use of myofascial release, Georgia Spinal Health & Wellness can also treat a number of primary conditions. Conversely, the area of your body which is experiencing pain or discomfort is not necessarily where the primary cause of your condition is located.

Through the application of myofascial release, Georgia Spinal Health & Wellness can identify the cause and eliminate it at the root. Our therapists are exceptionally skilled in the application of myofascial release. We are constantly gaining new knowledge about the fascia network and how it affects the overall functions of the body. Myofascial release is a treatment option which is not only suitable for correcting health issues. We can also use myofascial release to improve your general well-being.

If myofascial release sounds like a therapy you would like to try, contact Georgia Spinal Health & Wellness for more information today. Our expert therapists are waiting to provide you with the pain relief you deserve.