Fascial Release is a specialised physical and manual therapy used for the effective treatment and rehabilitation of soft tissue and fascial tension and restrictions. It involves the application of gentle sustained pressure into the myofascial connective tissue to eliminate pain, restore motion, and promote health.

Rooted in osteopathic medicine, Fascial Release works on the principle that an injury or trauma can cause fascia – a thin layer of connective tissue encasing the body – to tighten or distort, causing pain, decreased blood flow, reduced mobility, and other physiological changes. This therapeutic approach aims to correct these abnormalities by manipulating the fascia directly or indirectly, thereby allowing for more efficient movement patterns.

Its unique techniques include direct manipulations like Myofascial Release (MFR) and indirect methods such as Functional Fascial Release. These approaches differentiate Fascial Release from other therapies by focusing on releasing fascial restrictions rather than merely alleviating muscle tension.


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