Joint Pain with Myofascial Release Therapy
Published on: July 21, 2020

Published By: Southwest Physical Therapy

Find the Resolution to Your Joint Pain with Myofascial Release Therapy

Suffering from joint pain? Get rid of it by opting for Myofascial Release Therapy. Damage to joints due to any sort of injury or disease can cause a lot of pain and be a barrier to freedom of movements. When neglected, this condition can lead to additional severe medical issues such as gout, osteoarthritis, bursitis, etc. Pain in joints can also be caused by damaged fascia. Now you’re asking yourself “what is a damaged fascia?”. Fascia is a mesh of tissues that runs throughout the body with the purpose of acting as a cushion and providing support to the bones and muscles. Due to a number of factors such as inflammation, injury, exhaustion, surgeries, stress, and posture the fascia stiffens causing immense pain in joints. Undergoing Myofascial Release Therapy is the most viable, effective and organic way to rid yourself of such agony.

We are adept at providing therapeutic services that resolve joint pains from their very roots. In Myofascial Release Therapy, our specialist gives you a thorough massage that releases stiffness in the area where the fascia had stiffened. Gentle manual pressure is accordingly applied in that affected area until the stiffness is completely released. When performed by a trained specialist, this is the best natural aid to relieve any body pain. So shed no more tears due to acute joint pain. Trust Southwest Physical Therapy by booking your appointment right now. We equally emphasize the importance of the wellness of both physical and mental health. Our mission always consists of our removal of the pain and suffering in every one of our valued patient’s life to ensure that, upon completion of all their prescribed sessions, they are finally returned to a wholesome quality of life replete with the peace and happiness pain-free health provides and our patients deserve. Even after all these decades of serving thousands of patients with an assortment of ailments, we are so pleased to declare that not once has Southwest Physical Therapy failed its mission.

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