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Back2Back Complementary Healthcare Ltd.

4A Innes Court,
Station Road,
Sturminster Newton,
Dorset DT10 1BB

T: 01258 473148
M: 07986 984 021
suzanne@back2backhealthcare.com

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Myofascial Release

A treatment designed to relax contracted muscles, improve blood and lymphatic circulation, and stimulate the stretch reflex in muscles.

The fascia begins from about the second week in the embryo. It is folded and refolded in to a being that is capable of functioning as a whole human being. Identification of each part is man made from the scalpel of the dissectionist.

This tissue from birth is then under the influence of gravity, pulling it and remolding it. It can be torn by injury or cut by surgery and will do its best to repair. It will shape itself around our lifestyle of breathing, walking, occupation and avocation. It can be shaped by our psychological attitudes by the movements allowed. In aging it will depreciate, degenerate, fray and dry.

The connective tissue is part of all the structures inside the body, it is around and through the muscles, forms through adding other minerals to produce bone or tendon, and is wrapped around the organs.

Connective tissue is subject to all the strains and pulls of everyday life, if you strain a muscle, break a bone or have a muscle spasm it will affect the connective tissue also, forming scar tissue or `knots`.

Myofascial release addresses the scar tissue or knots in the same way that muscles are released during a deep massage, the exception being that it can be far more gentle. 

This technique due to its slow careful and gentle movements makes it suitable for those who are in exceptional levels of pain or are hypersensitive, such as:-

Fibromyalgia

M.E

Endometriosis and pelvic pain

Irritable bowel syndrome

breathing problems associated with the diaphragm

JHD and EDL

Muscle spasms and trapped nerves

high pain levels in musculo-skeletal disorders.

 

Our Address

Back2Back Complementary Healthcare Ltd.

4A Innes Court,
Station Road,
Sturminster Newton,
Dorset DT10 1BB

T: 01258 473148
M: 07986 984 021
suzanne@back2backhealthcare.com

get in touch

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