myofascial_therapy Myofascial Therapy and Direct Release Myofascial Technique (DRMT)  |  Significant Pain Relief in Just One Session

Almost instantaneously reducing pain and improving range of motion, Direct Release Myofasial Techniques (DRMT), are a fast and effective way to resolve issues in the fascia.

Unlike massage, no lotions or oils are used. This allows the practitioner to "hook" into the adhesive tissue to separate it from surrounding structures. The application of the technique will feel like compression and stretching directed into the tight and painful area. Slowly, the fascia will rehydrate and begin to feel more elastic and supple as it slides away from the neighboring structures.

Another component of DRMT is the mobilization of the related joints and tissues. The practitioner will request specific movements from the client. While the client is performing the proper movement, the practitioner will work by directing pressure into the right area. This will free the fascia further and reeducate the client as they explore the new movement. As proper range of motion is restored, this joint mobilization normalizes the signals through the nervous system which also will reduce pain and spasm.

Healing occurs quickly as the body's own processes are reestablished and normalized. DRMT produces positive local responses that quickly improve one's tissue health.

There is also a more complete solution available to create longer lasting results. Often times, pain is caused by a chain of events and without addressing the whole body, relief might only be temporary before the original pattern returns.

Structural Integration is the whole body solution for chronic pain. It is the only soft tissue system that addresses the human body as a whole therefore it is the only system that truly provides lasting results.

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