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MYOFASCIAL RELEASE

Myofascial Release is effective in the treatment and management of the following, but not limited to these listed conditions:

 

PHYSICAL THERAPY

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We offer one-on-one physical therapy services tailored to address your individual limitations in strength, flexibility, balance, coordination, and gait, as well as functional activity training that involves your particular line of work, sport, hobby, and everyday living rituals. 

The following physical therapy services are only offered in conjunction with MFR treatments due to optimum effectiveness and nullified results without first addressing the body’s imbalances through MFR:

Therapeutic Exercise, Neuromuscular  Re-education, Core Stabilization, Agility and or Plyometric Training based on individualized sport or hobby.

Therapeutic Exerciseis a personalized exercise or stretching program designed just for your body’s specific needs and goals. This may include simple and safe core exercises, isolated strengthening activities for noted imbalances, and stretching to address postural deviations and tissue extensibility; it can entail the instruction on the use of specific activities with physioballs, ankle or free weights, therabands, theratubing, medicine balls, and many other tools to aid in addressing particular findings.  

Neuromuscular Re-educationcan consist of postural re-training, balance, and coordination training achieved through a variety of techniques and activities; this can involve the use of mirrors, physioballs, foam rollers, floor markers, floor ladders, different floor surfaces of varying consistency, self-treatment tools, or other therapeutic/rehabilitative devices to aid in your healing process.

Core Stabilizationcan fall under the category of both Therapeutic Exercise and Neuro-muscular Re-education. It involves learning how to activate and build awareness around key muscles of the abdomen that are responsible for your posture and ability to perform everyday or work/sport-related tasks. Core stabilization activities involve a gradual progression from beginner levels to more advanced levels.

Agility and Plyometric training can improve coordination, speed, power, and sport-specific skill. Agility training may entail the use of, but is not limited to floor ladder, floor marker, and mini floor hurdle drills addressing quick vertical, forward, lateral, and diagonal movement. Plyometric training may involve the use of aerobic blocks and activities such as vertical or lateral box jumps, standing jumps, depth jumps, multiple hops, medicine ball throwing, or a combination of these and other movement power specific drills.

Gait Training entails functional training in ambulation with or without the use of appropriate assistive devices, such as canes, walkers, and crutches. It can involve training and education on proper sequencing and form while walking on flat or uneven surfaces. Gait training can coincide with balance and coordination training, as well.  

 

 

How does MFR Help?

  • Birth Injuries +

    What is it? Birth Injuries is a wide category that includes any trauma that a baby may experience during the birthing process or immediately after being born. Use of forceps, posterior births, breach births, and anything that can add stress or physical trauma to the newborn is considered a birthing trauma. How Can MFR Help? Read More
  • Bladder Problems +

    What is it? Partial or complete loss of bladder control when coughing or sneezing, feeling the need to frequently urinate, or inability to reach the toilet in time. Also known as:  (Urgency, Frequency, Incontinence, Overactive Bladder, Leakage) How Can MFR Help? Read More
  • Bulging Disc +

    What is it? Distension of the fibrous material that makes up the disc, or the cushioning tissue found between each vertebrae in the spine, resulting from direct trauma, heavy lifting, repetitive activities, or compression from tight muscles surrounding the spine. Bulging discs can cause neck pain, back pain, and/or radiating pain into the arms and legs. How Can MFR Help? Read More
  • Bursitis +

    What is it? Inflammation of the fluid filled sac found between bones and muscles resulting in pain and decreased motion. How Can MFR Help? Read More
  • Carpal Tunnel Syndrome +

    What is it? Tightness in the neck, chest, and wrist resulting in compression and swelling of the nerves that feed the hand resulting in numbness, tingling, and pain in the fingers. Carpal Tunnel Syndrome is usually caused by repetitive movement of the arms and hands. How Can MFR Help? Read More
  • Cerebral Palsy +

    What is it? Cerebral Palsy is a general term used to describe a dysfunction of a portion of the brain called the cerebrum, which can affect muscle tone, active movement, cognition, and functional mobility like walking or sitting. It most often occurs at or before birth from a lack of oxygen to the developing fetus or from birth trauma. Cerebral Palsy can be associated with other problems such as balance and coordination issues, seizures, speech, learning disabilities and mental retardation. Muscle tone may be low or overly tight/stiff and movement hard to control or uncoordinated. Over time, abnormal tone and lack of functional mobility can cause joint contractures and pain from excessive stress on the joints associated with abnormal movement patterns. How Can MFR Help? Read More
  • Cervical and Lumbar Injuries +

    What is it? Cervical and Lumbar Injuries can occur from a variety of reasons. Since the spine bears a majority of the body's weight, fractures and misalignment can cause excessive pressure and pain in the cervical and lumber regions of the body. How Can MFR Help? Read More
  • Chronic Fatigue Syndrome +

    What is it? Severe mental and physical exhaustion often associated with widespread muscle and joint pain. How Can MFR Help? Read More
  • Degenerative Disc Disease +

    What is it? Dehydration of the cushioning tissue, or disc found between each vertebrae in the spine, resulting from trauma or aging. This loss of the disc's ability to provide shock absorption leads to either localized or radiating pain into the legs. How Can MFR Help? Read More
  • Emotional Trauma +

    What is it? Trauma resulting from past and/or present events in which emotional reactions have been suppressed. How can MFR help? Read More
  • Endometriosis +

    What is it? Inflammation in the lining of the uterine cavity, or endometrial cells, that leads to pelvic pain or infertility. How Can MFR Help? Read More
  • Fibromyalgia +

    What is it? Chronic, widespread pain often associated with fatigue, sensitivity to light touch, and sleep disturbances. How can MFR help? Read More
  • Frozen Shoulder (Adhesive Capsulitis) +

    What is it? Pain and constant difficulty with moving the shoulder due to scarring of the connective tissues in and around the shoulder joint. A frozen shoulder can occur after a fall or repetitive movement of the arm that aggravates and stresses the shoulder. How can MFR help? Read More
  • Headaches or Migraines +

    What is it? Pain in the head often associated with nausea, dizziness, and neck pain. Can be caused by poorly aligned bones of the head and neck areas, trauma, stress, poor posture, or tightness in the tissues surrounding the brain and spinal cord. How can MFR help? Read More
  • Herniated Disc +

    What is it? Rupture of the fibrous material that makes up our disc, or the cushioning tissue found between each vertebrae in the spine, resulting from direct trauma, heavy lifting, repetitive activities, or compression from tight muscles surrounding the spine. Herniated discs can cause neck pain, back pain, and/or radiating pain into the arms and legs. How can MFR help? Read More
  • Infertility +

    What is it? Inability to conceive or carry a pregnancy full term. How can MFR help? Read More
  • Interstitial Cystitis +

    What is it? Urinary frequency, urgency associated with pain in the pelvis and bladder that increases with filling of the bladder. Can also be associated with painful urination, painful intercourse, and pelvic floor dysfunction making it difficult to initiate urination. How can MFR help? Read More
  • Menstrual Problems +

    What is it? Irregular or painful menstrual cycles. How can MFR help? Read More
  • Myofascial Pain Syndrome +

    What is it? Chronic pain associated with trigger points, or localized, concentrated areas of pain and tightness throughout the body. How can MFR help? Read More
  • Neck Pain +

    What is it? Neck pain can be described as constant or intermittent discomfort originating with the cervical area of the spine. The pain can be located within the neck or can refer into the head, arms or other parts of the body causing pain, numbness, and loss of strength, muscle spasms and mobility. How can MFR help? Read More
  • Osteoarthritis +

    What is it? Pressure and compression in joints resulting in inflammation and wearing away of the cartilage or “cushion” between joint surfaces creating pain and stiffness. Osteoarthritis can be found in many joints of the body, but is commonly found in weight bearing joints such as hips and knees creating weakness and pain. How can MFR help? Read More
  • Pelvic Pain +

    What is it? Chronic and persistent pain throughout the pelvic and abdominal areas. How can MFR help? Read More
  • Plantar Fascitis +

    What is it? The band of tissue that spans the arch of the foot becomes tight, inflamed, and tender making it painful to walk. Plantar Fascitis can be caused by poor alignment of bones in the foot, a poorly aligned pelvis coupled with using unsupportive shoes or walking on hard surfaces. How can MFR help? Read More
  • Pudendal Nerve Entrapment +

    What is it? Pudendal Nerve Entrapment is a type of chronic pelvic pain that is caused by compression of the pudendal nerve by tight fascia, muscles, or internal scar tissue/adhesions. Symptoms include pain, tingling, numbness, burning, or stabbing sensations in the vulva, vagina, urethra, rectum, and perineum. This condition is also associated with painful intercourse, impotence, and bladder or bowel incontinence. There is generally much discomfort with sitting. Pudendal nerve entrapment can also be caused by pregnancy, surgical scarring and trauma/accidents. How can MFR help? Read More
  • Scars (hypertrophic, hypersensitive, painful, burn scars, mastectomy scars) +

    What is it? Fibrous tissue that develops with healing of the skin after trauma, surgery or burns resulting in pain, sensitivity, numbness, tingling, or dense buildup of tissue in affected areas. How can MFR help? Read More
  • Sciatica +

    What is it? Pain in the low back with numbness and/or tingling that radiates down the back of the thigh, calf, or entire leg due to compressed nerves and disc problems. This problem can be caused over time by tightness and spasm that accumulates from overuse of the back through repetitive bending, lifting heavy objects, or as a result of direct trauma to the area. How can MFR help? Read More
  • Scoliosis +

    What is it? Curvature and rotation of the spine in the shape of a “C” or “S” resulting in uneven shoulder levels or a hump in the back. Often associated with back pain and/or neck pain, it can be caused by birth, physical trauma, or associated with other diagnoses such as cerebral palsy. Many individuals with scoliosis also have a poorly aligned pelvis and differing leg lengths. How can MFR help? Read More
  • Shin Splints +

    What is it? Painful shins resulting from overuse or excessive activities such as running or jumping. How can MFR help? Read More
  • Tennis Elbow +

    What is it? Pain and tenderness in the forearm, especially surrounding the elbow that intensifies with use of the arm and hand. How can MFR help? Read More
  • Tinnitus (Ringing of the ears) +

    What is it? Intermittent or constant ringing or “whooshing” sounds heard in the ear. It occurs due to trauma to the head or face, fluid in the ears, or trauma from excessive heavy noises. How can MFR help? Read More
  • TMJ Syndrome +

    What is it? Pain and/or clicking with opening and closing the jaw. Often, TMJ syndrome is associated with painful biting, chewing, grinding of the teeth, and headaches. It can be caused by postural imbalances or direct trauma to the face or jaw. Postural imbalances cause excessive tightness and tension in the jaw. How can MFR help? Read More
  • Trigeminal Neuralgia +

    What is it? Pain, numbness, or tingling in the eyes, nose, lips, scalp, forehead, or jaw due to compression or trauma to the trigeminal nerve. How can MFR help? Read More
  • Vulvodynia +

    What is it? Persistent vulvar burning, pain, and discomfort. How can MFR help? Read More
  • Whiplash +

    What is it? Neck pain as a result of muscle spasm from the head being whipped forward and backward at high speeds such as in a car accident. Whiplash can also be associated with headaches and difficulty moving or turning the head. How can MFR help? Read More
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About Us

How do traditional therapy and other forms of body work differ from what we do at Body Resonance?

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Body Resonance Myofascial Wellness Center, LLC is different from traditional physical therapy, massage, or chiropractic facilities because we address a significant and commonly overlooked head-to-toe system and structure of the body – the fascial system. In doing so, we address the root cause of the pain, not just the symptoms. By treating the actual root cause, symptoms can finally be eliminated. We use a holistic, whole body approach and perform strictly one-on-one treatments that produce effective and lasting results. 

At Body Resonance, we look beyond the traditional methods of masking the pain or placing a superficial “band-aid” on areas that call for more than a temporary cover-up solution. Authentic healing and recovery is achieved by addressing your entire body's structural imbalances in addition to other underlying past emotional or physical traumas that are held within your tissue memory; only then will you be able to experience true, long-lasting effects that allow you to fully feel and function better, enabling you to return to the pain-free lifestyle you desire.

Our specialty in Myofascial Release (MFR) allows us to view each patient as a unique individual, and is particularly helpful in the treatment of both new and stubborn or chronic problems that have not been resolved by traditional methods. Our highly trained therapists use a multitude of manual techniques and movement therapy. We promote independence through education in postural awareness and proper body mechanics, self-treatment instruction, enhancement of strength, and improvement in flexibility and overall quality of life.    

Our therapists have extensive training in MFR taught by John F. Barnes, PT, LMT, NCTMB, the leading authority on Myofascial Release, international lecturer, author, and acknowledged expert in the areas of physical and massage therapy since the 1960s, It is essential to be aware that there are many who advertise the use of MFR, but misleadingly practice an old, forceful, solely structural, and aggressive form of care. This old form does not follow the guidelines of the current holistic form of Myofascial Release as instructed by John F. Barnes. Therefore, it is important to seek an MFR therapist who specializes in the John F. Barnes approach for the ultimate whole mind-body care. This work is not simply considered “alternative” therapy; it is authentic therapy and the most natural, intuitive, and safest form of true healing on many levels. It is one of the most effective forms of treatment in healthcare today.

MEET OUR THERAPISTS

We are here to facilitate your healing through Myofascial Release & Physical Therapy.

 

rowena cuaRowena Cua is a Licensed Massage Therapist specializing in JFB Myofascial Release. She is Nationally Certified in Therapeutic Massage and Bodywork. Rowena has had advanced and extensive training in Myofascial Release and has studied directly with John F. Barnes since 2006. She is an assistant instructor for his seminars. She is the host and facilitator of the Las Vegas MFR Study Group for local therapists. Her goals and intentions for BodyMFR is to create a healing environment and community of love and natural healing. 

Her work with MFR began in 2005 as a patient suffering from migraines and women's health issues. As a former gymnast and athlete in competitive sports, she had injures that led to chronic pain. She found significant relief of her own chronic symptoms with Myofascial Release. As a patient, feeling and seeing the rapid improvements in her own health and well-being, she felt a strong calling to become a JFB MFR therapist after attending The John Barnes's Healing Seminar in Sedona, AZ in 2005. Rowena wanted to own her MFR wellness center to practice this powerful and sacred healing modality to help other people to get back to a healthy active lifestyle. Since then Rowena has focused on studying JFB MFR and continues taking seminars to deepen and expand her knowledge and manual skills further. Rowena has completed and repeated all of the required classes to be an Expert Myofascial Release Practitioner. She currently uses MFR as her primary modality along with Craniosacral Therapy and energy work. Rowena has also been a dedicated instructor and educator at European Massage Therapy School in Las Vegas, Nevada. She is also one of six members of the advisory board for the school. She has been invited to talk on multiple radio shows and health expos as an expert in Myofascial Release and Fascial Tissue Dysfunction, educating and promoting the healing benefits of authentic healing through Myofascial Release. She devotes her professional career to educating the public, fellow massage therapists, massage students, and personal trainers on the benefits of JFB Myofascial Release. 

Her other trainings in therapeutic bodywork include techniques from Dr. Maka’ala Yates in Mana Lomi, a form of Hawaiian hot stone massage, Mojave Rain (TM) a Native American ritual with therapeutic essential oils by Jordania Goldberg, and aromatherapy with AromaTouch Technique and Raindrop Therapy. In addition, she has trained and studied Inca/Mayan Shamanism with Elena Radford. 

Some of her clients include professional dancers, athletes, Circque de Soleil performers, MMA/UFC fighters, physical/massage/occupational therapists, attorneys, entrepreneurs and personal trainers. She also has extensive experience in treating pre and post natal mothers, infants and children.

 

 

rosemarieDr. Rosemarie Cua-De Leon received her Doctorate in Physical Therapy from Stony Brook University in New York and also earned a B.A. in English from St. John’s University. She specializes in Myofascial Release; had graduated with Cum Laude Honors and other university awards in academia, leadership, and community service during her undergraduate years; was the recipient of the Community Service Award in her graduating physical therapy class at Stony Brook University; and was an active athlete in many competitive sports throughout her years.

She has extensive experience from sports orthopedic clinics in addition to outpatient facilities specializing in geriatric care, chronic pain, and Myofascial Release. Throughout her career, she has worked closely with populations ranging from pediatrics and adolescents to adults and geriatrics with commonly treated conditions such as neck and back pain; headaches and migraines; neurological, and acute or chronic orthopedic conditions; gait and balance disturbances; as well as individuals status-post surgical procedures and those involved with sport/work-related or motor vehicle injuries; vertigo; TMJ dysfunction; and auto-immune disorders. She also worked heavily with New York City FDNY and Long Island firefighters.

During her clinical affiliations, she had presented a 100+ paged pamphlet for the effective use of the McKenzie Method and its interventions and proper progressions in treating spinal/postural disorders, in addition to presentations specifically involving spinal stenosis, herniated discs and proper body mechanics in various specialized settings. She uses myofascial release, cranio-sacral techniques, and energy work and also takes appointments for therapeutic exercise, neuromuscular re-ed, occupation-specific care, and agility and plyometric training. 

Her journey as an MFR therapist began after being treated as a patient after undergoing a whiplash injury. She was fortunate to have trained with highly skilled MFR therapists, and continues to take formal courses with John Barnes regularly. In her experience with treating various populations, she finds that there is nothing more effective and all-encompassing in treating the human body than myofascial release. She is a firm believer in treating patients as a whole as opposed to a single segment or body part. She and Rowena believe that patient education allows for individuals to be more aware of their bodies and more prone to taking on an active role in their well-being, self-care, and overall healing process. They both find that a safe and loving atmosphere for patients promotes the greatest space for healing.

 

 

donDon Devine carries his Nevada Massage License and is a member of Associated Massage and Bodywork Professionals. For over 15 years he has dedicated himself to improving health and quality of life through education and bodywork techniques. He began this journey at the Utah College of Massage Therapy and has been practicing since 1999. His training includes John Barnes style Myofascial Release, Craniosacral Therapy, Structural Integration, Aroma (essential oil) Therapy, Neuromuscular Therapy, Injury Massage, and many other healing modalities.

Although a great deal of his experience has been in the spa setting on the world famous Las Vegas Strip, he has always focused on therapeutic work as a means to improve the quality of life in every treatment. After his introduction to John Barnes style Myofascial release, it was clear to Don that this is the most powerful type of mind-body therapy available. He is excited to be a contributing part of the team at Body Resonance Myofascial Wellness Center where he can focus on triggering the body’s healing response through Myofascial Release.

As a former teacher and administrator at the Utah College of Massage Therapy Family of Schools, education is a very important part of Don’s life and treatments. It has always been his practice to provide self-care information along with bodywork sessions. He feels that empowering people to be participants in their healing process is essential to that process. He is excited to carry this over to his work at Body Resonance Myofascial Wellness Center. His teaching credentials include Massage Basics, Advanced Massage, Injury Massage, Hydrotherapy, Structural Integration, and Professional Development. His former students have enjoyed successes around the world. It is difficult to find a spa on the Las Vegas strip with therapists who have not been influenced by his work as either a teacher or bodyworker. 

Don is also a dedicated family man with a wife, three children, and a dog, all of whom have enjoyed his Myofascial Release treatments and are his greatest source of inspiration.

 

 

 

CLIENT REVIEWS

Jocelyn F.
Mother & Dental Hygienist
I have two children who are polar opposites of each other. One is mellow, and the other is quite spirited. At the end of the day, one thing is for sure. MFR helps quiet their soul and unwind their minds. I've seen them go from uptight or high-strung to a much-needed calm within minutes just by a gentle rocking motion. This method is not just for adults, but for children as well.

Tina M.
Licensed Massage Therapist
The subtle energy of Myofascial release was the only thing that gave me immediate relief with lasting effects. When you worked on my knee Rowena, the gentle touch initially felt soothing superficially and then after a few minutes I started to feel the fascia move underneath the skin. I could feel the restricted, bound area being stretched and released without pain. I was relieved and immediately after treating me I felt noticeably improved range of motion, loss of swelling and significant pain reduction in the local area. Additionally, below and above the injury the muscles felt much better. As a patient I believe in this work first hand and you have inspired me to practice this in my work as a therapist myself to help others find relief that works and lasts..thank you love !!!!!

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FAQS

 

What can I expect from treatment sessions?

Myofascial release can be a beneficial treatment for individuals of all ages ranging from infancy and adolescence to adulthood and geriatric years. Pets and animals also respond well to treatment, as well.

Who can benefit from MFR?

Myofascial release can be a beneficial treatment for individuals of all ages ranging from infancy and adolescence to adulthood and geriatric years. Pets and animals also respond well to treatment, as well.

How long will it take before I can expect to feel and function better?

Every individual responds differently based on factors such as the duration and severity of medical history, current lifestyle, motivation levels, frequency/consistency of visits, and ability to maintain compliant with treatment sessions and given home stretching/home exercise regimens. You can speed your recovery time by maintaining compliancy, drinking plenty of water, eating right, getting rest, being accountable, and taking on an active role in your self-care.

How long are MFR treatment sessions?

Your very first session will consist of 90 minutes of treatment, including the evaluation. All follow-up treatment sessions are 60 minutes, but can also be scheduled for 90 or 120 minute time slots depending on your preference and availability. MFR treatment sessions can be followed by 30 minutes of physical therapy services consisting of core training, localized strengthening activities, balance, coordination, functional activity, work or sport-specific training as an additional option.

Can MFR harm me?

MFR can never injure or harm you, and is it never forceful. Your experienced therapist will always listen to and follow your body, as well as respect your feedback at all times.

What does it feel like when a fascial restriction is released?

Releases can feel like butter melting, taffy stretching, or softening imprints into clay. In areas that are extremely tight, it may feel like a mild rope or Indian burn, but will never be outside of your comfort level.

Why am I expected to drink plenty of water after treatment?

When restrictions are released through MFR, it is essential to flush toxins and replenish the fascia that was originally unable to get the adequate nutrients and hydration when restrictions existed. Drinking water restores the function of the fascia that has just been released.

What is Tissue Memory?

Tissue memory plays a large role in your healing process. It is involves the subconscious remembrance of every traumatic incident from being in utero to your present day – whether it’s physical, emotional, or mental trauma. As mentioned in our “Treatment Sessions” section, memories can become locked within the fascial system and can oftentimes manifest themselves in the physical pain that you feel. With the help of MFR, the physical and emotional content of any injury, literal or symbolic, may be addressed in a safe and gentle way and environment, thereby addressing pain on many levels.

What does MFR have to do with emotions?

Trauma does not have to be physical. Trauma can be in the form of emotional or mental abuse, loss, rejection, anger, guilt etc. Out of shame, anger, hurt, or fear, we’ve learned to bury emotions, which oftentimes manifest themselves in pain, dysfunction, or disease in the body. In referring back to tissue memory, your body will release and heal from whatever it needs to, when it needs to - as long as you learn to trust your body’s intuition. Sometimes an emotion or a memory will arise during treatment. Your therapist is trained to encourage you to feel through it and keep you safe amidst anything that may surface. This is necessary for healing on all levels.

What is a Healing Crisis?

After treatment sessions, you may feel a soreness similar to what you would feel after working out. After being misaligned and compensating for bodily imbalances for so long, your body grows accustomed to being off-kilter. With each treatment session, your body begins to open up and resume its proper alignment; it begins to reorganize and adapt to the changes. Because the body is used to being “off” for so long, it goes into panic mode as it shifts into proper alignment. This can mean that symptoms can intensify, moods can begin to change, and underlying or buried traumas or emotions may come to the surface. This is your body’s voice and way of telling you to hone in on what you’re currently feeling. Many people have suffered from pain for so long that they’ve learned to cope with numbing themselves out. MFR brings your awareness back to your entire body, a body which has learned avoidance through pain, medications, or other forms of addiction or distraction. The phrase “You must feel it to heal it” is a great explanation of the necessary means of completing what you’ve subconsciously learned to avoid. Everyone’s journeys are different, but the key is to stick with the process, allow yourself to feel and heal, and know that healing is never a straight, linear trend, but rather a line of ups and downs, and turns and corners. The general direction, however, is upward and for the better!

What are co-treatments?

Each MFR session is typically held with a single therapist, but can commonly be scheduled with two or more therapists who treat you simultaneously for more profound structural and energetic effects.

What are treatment intensives?

Treatment intensives involve getting treated daily for multiple sessions per day, in which the allotted period can range from consecutive days to consecutive weeks. This is a comprehensive treatment option that would aid very heavily in your healing process.

What is Cranio-sacral therapy?

Cranio-sacral therapy (CST) may be used by your therapist to help assist in the reduction of pain and improvement in your function. It is a gentle, hands-on method of evaluating, treating, and enhancing the body's cranio-sacral system (the brain and spinal cord). This system is responsible for providing nutrients and for the elimination of waste products from these vital components of the central nervous system. If the cranio-sacral system is not functioning properly, you may experience pain, headaches, lethargy, TMJ problems, or dysfunction elsewhere in the body. CST falls under the umbrella of MFR. 

What is the McKenzie Method?

The McKenzie approach is a system of mechanical evaluation and treatment consisting of repeated motions to help centralize pain. It can be highly effective in the management of spinal (back and neck) pain, particularly with pain that radiates into the extremities/hands and feet. It is used only upon certain evaluation findings.

What is Unwinding and Self-Unwinding?

Unwinding is a form of healing that allows your body to move spontaneously into positions of subconscious significance or through movements that assist in ridding pain and tension. When you learn how to feel and be present within your body, you will grow comfortable with allowing yourself to move through space that your body naturally falls into or calls for. This can consist of smooth flowing movement, slow or rapid movement, or anything else that your body intuitively needs at that specific point in time. Unwinding and Self-Unwinding can be done standing, sitting, or laying down.

What is Rebounding?

This is a rhythmic rocking of the body or body part which facilitates relaxation while gently mobilizing tight joints and connective tissues. It is using the body's fluid nature to erode powerful restrictions and to restore its natural fluid state. It also helps to release and rid the body of toxins that remain within restrictions. Rebounding falls under the umbrella of MFR.

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