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Myo means muscle and fascia is a strong connective tissue. Fascia spreads like a web throughout the whole body, three dimensionally and without interruption. Fascia is like the threads in a fabric. It is an interwoven fibrous net that surrounds every structure in the body including muscles, bones, organs, nerves and blood vessels.

The myofascial system binds the human body into an integral whole to allow proper function of structures and organs. This is what keeps us upright and supports our posture and movement; its elasticity and fluidity are crucial for protecting our body from injury and trauma. Fascial restrictions can trigger excessive pressure, causing all kinds of symptoms such as pain, headaches, motion restrictions and in some cases even organ malfunction. A fascial restriction is not found in MRI’s or scans, so patients may go from place to place trying to find the reason of their symptoms without answers.

These common symptoms can be treated with myofascial release

  • Headaches/Migraine or tension

  • Neckpain/whiplash

  • Temporomandibular joint disorder, or TMJ

  • Abdominal scarring

  • Fibromylagia

  • Poor posture

  • Women’s issues

  • Hiatal hernia

  • Carpal tunnel

  • Scoliosis

  • Spinal stenosis

  • Hip/pelvic/knee pain

  • Low back pain

  • Sciatica

  • Plantar Fasciitis


Myofascial Release is a safe, gentle and very effective manual therapy technique that involves applying temperate, sustained pressure into the myofascial connective tissue in order to eliminate pain, restrictions and restore motion. Myofascial Release has been extremely successful in treating all levels of pain, helping restore function, mobility and improving overall health


Myofascial Release can decrease pain: it is claimed that this technique can release the body’s natural painkillers, endorphins, by allowing the blood, lymph and nerve receptors to work efficiently so pain is relieved.

It helps to strengthen the immune system. When fascia is restricted, the lymphatic flow is slowed down, which affects the immune system (the body’s first line of defense against infection and primary aid to healing).

Myfascial Release increases the circulatory flow of lymph and therefore hastens healing of injuries or infections.

Mysofascial Release technique can work to relieve pressure which may be caused by fascial adhesions pressing on the nerves. Keeping a healthy circulatory system reduces stress on the heart and can prevent painful cramps, brings nutrients to the cel and takes away the waste; Mysofascial Release technique increases circulation and assists this process.

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