Positional Release Therapy is a manual technique that employs passive body positioning to alleviate musculoskeletal dysfunction. It’s based on the premise that pain and other symptoms often stem from myofascial tissues—those combining muscle and fascia. The therapy employs gentle repositioning of the body or body parts to ease discomfort and enhance overall health.

In clinical practice, this therapeutic modality uses palpation and passive positional procedures to relieve trigger points in soft tissue. This method allows for targeted treatment of areas exhibiting abnormal neuromuscular activity due to injury, strain, or chronic conditions. In turn, it can reduce pain, increase range of motion, and improve circulation.

Strategically applied with careful consideration for individual patient needs, Positional Release Therapy offers an effective approach for treating various musculoskeletal problems. Its non-invasive nature makes it a popular choice among practitioners seeking versatile interventions in physical therapy and rehabilitation settings.

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