In the practice of Myofascial Release, we focus on finding fascial restrictions in the individual, generating the proper amounts of pressure, and waiting a sufficient amount of time—five minutes or longer—for a number of important physiologic processes to occur. These include piezoelectricity, mechanotransduction, phase transition and ultimately, resonance, which is another word for the release we hope to help our clients achieve.
- “Can You Help Me with This Pain?” This is How Current Massage Therapy Research Informs Massage Practice February 18, 2020Massage therapy is an important component of health and wellness services for millions of Americans each year. One reason for this is the hope of pain relief. According to national surveys, more than 40 percent of clients receive massage therapy for medical reasons such as pain relief and injury recovery. Critical Thinking is Needed However, […]Arthur Veilleux
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