ONE THERAPY TO EASE PAIN, TENSION AND EMOTIONS…

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Myofascial Release is now becoming one of best known massage type of treatment for pain, tension and emotions. The aim of it is to release tension in the fascia, which is the microscopic web made from collagen and elastin, which cushions and supports every muscle, organ, tendon and bone – its what gives us our flexibility.

Research has proven that fascia, like muscle, has the ability to contract and relax and plays a major role in mobility and stability of joints.

Myofascial Release Therapy, like many alternative therapies, promotes the philosophy that the mind and body work together to maintain health. Effectively this supports the understanding that the mind and body are one and the same. The body has the ability to remember postural positions, actions and emotions without the brain reminding it to do so. Throughout the body’s fascial system flow microscopic cells containing energy which have the ability to retain memory.

Using slow, sustained pressure a therapist will work on releasing tension int he fascia until feel a kind of melting sensation.The MFR therapist not only takes in to consideration what they see in the patient’s postural assessment but works directly with what they feel and sense from palpating and treating the body.

Even though the patient may not feel much happening the experienced therapist can actually feel the fascial restrictions, where they go to and subsequently feels the release of those restrictions during the session

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8 thoughts on “ONE THERAPY TO EASE PAIN, TENSION AND EMOTIONS…

    • Hi gilly, no you can’t get it through the NHS but I guess its like some of the other alternative treatments, they will have to see how good they are first. I have had a couple of them and they were excellent but for the full benefit I needed a lot more which I just could not afford. 😦

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    • Like gilly said, not available on the NHS and the cost involved is a lot if it doesn’t last that long but I do think this makes sense and especially for people suffering from Fibromyalgia 🙂

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    • I do have an amazing Pain consultant who likes to try these things and I have an appointment next month so as well as the infusion I wrote about recently i am also going to ask about this treatment 🙂

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