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How Myofascial Release Works

If you are experiencing stiff or tight muscles, myofascial release may be an option for you. Myofascial release helps with pain relief by easing the tension in your muscles. It is a form of manual therapy performed by our physical therapists that focuses on specific tissue, aimed at bringing the myofascial back to its elastic form.

If you’ve been feeling stiff, and you think you could benefit from myofascial release, request a consult from MeadowlandTherapy today. We would be happy to evaluate you and discuss how our treatment services could benefit you!

What does myofascial release treat?

When your muscles constrict and become tight, your mobility of the affected area becomes restricted, and any movements you make can result in pain. Myofascial release reverses this sensation by loosening up the constricted area, thus promoting easier mobility and less pain.

Myofascial release can provide relief for a multitude of conditions. Some of the most common conditions treated by myofascial release include:

  • Myofascial pain syndrome. This is the most commonly treated condition through myofascial release, and it can affect many of the muscles. The “trigger points” for your myofascial pain are determined and then massaged out.
  • Chronic headaches/migraines. Myofascial release has also been known to relieve the pain of chronic headaches and migraines by releasing the tissue around the head and neck.
  • Temporomandibular joint disorder. The fascia around the jaw are released through myofascial release in many patients with temporomandibular joint disorder. This decreases pain and inflammation, as well as increases mobility.
  • Carpal tunnel syndrome. Patients with carpal tunnel syndrome can benefit from myofascial release by having the tissue in their hands, wrists, and/or arms released, in order to improve function and mobility.
  • Injury. Injuries can also cause stiffness. The affected area will be massaged out to loosen up the tissue and allow for a quicker healing process.


What’s the next step?

If you are experiencing one of the above conditions, or you think you could benefit from myofascial release due to an alternative condition you are experiencing, request an appointment today. Scheduling an appointment is the first step to figuring out whether or not myofascial release is right for you. At Meadowland Therapy, our physical therapists will provide you with a thorough evaluation to determine what the best treatment plan will be for you. We understand how inhibiting pain and stiffness can be, and we want to help get you back to comfortably living your life. [/vc_column_text][/vc_column][vc_column width=”1/3″][mk_button corner_style=”rounded” size=”large” letter_spacing=”3″ icon=”mk-moon-clipboard-4″ url=” https://meadowlandtherapy.com/patient-forms/” target=”_blank” nofollow=”true” button_custom_width=”330″ margin_top=”15″ margin_right=”0″ bg_color=”#540000″]PATIENT INFO/FORMS[/mk_button][mk_button corner_style=”rounded” size=”large” letter_spacing=”3″ icon=”mk-icon-question-circle” url=”https://meadowlandtherapy.com/faq/” target=”_blank” nofollow=”true” button_custom_width=”330″ margin_top=”15″ bg_color=”#540000″]FAQ’s[/mk_button][mk_button corner_style=”rounded” size=”large” letter_spacing=”3″ icon=”mk-icon-male” url=”https://meadowlandtherapy.com/services-basic/” target=”_blank” nofollow=”true” button_custom_width=”330″ margin_top=”15″ bg_color=”#540000″]CONDITIONS WE TREAT[/mk_button][mk_button corner_style=”rounded” size=”large” letter_spacing=”3″ icon=”mk-moon-location-2″ url=”https://www.google.com/maps/dir/42.9191178,-112.4159531/meadowland+therapy/@42.9127021,-112.4811245,13z/data=!3m1!4b1!4m9!4m8!1m1!4e1!1m5!1m1!1s0x535545eaf91bf6e9:0x9aa1ffb145463f8d!2m2!1d-112.4718873!2d42.9048484″ target=”_blank” nofollow=”true” button_custom_width=”330″ margin_top=”15″ bg_color=”#540000″]CLICK FOR OUR MAP[/mk_button][mk_padding_divider][mk_contact_info title=”OUR LOCATION” phone=”(208) 233-4800″ fax=”(208) 233-4887″ email=”meadowlandtherapy@gmail.com” address=”1033 W. Quinn Road”][/vc_column][vc_column][/vc_column][/vc_row]

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