Bodywork For Pain

Seasoned Therapists That Listen And Assess

Clinical Therapy That Focuses On Your Pain 

Guided Treatments That Maintain Positive Change

Why Body Heal Therapy For Pain?

Attentive

We know that every person’s story is different and we want to hear yours completely so that we can ask the right questions to get to the root of the issue.

Understanding

Pain is complicated so we look at all of the factors we can affect from posture, movement, tissue quality, breath ad more to gain a full understanding of what is causing your pain.

Therapy

When it comes to issues of pain the treatment needs to remove discomfort, not add to it.  So, we always achieve deep releases intentionally with care and precision. 

How is bodywork better for pain than "traditional" massage?

Bodywork looks at:
  • Bodywork looks at the body as a whole. 

  • Body work looks at the movement patterns that create pain. 

  • Bodywork looks at the postural patterns that create pain. 

  • Bodywork looks at strength and weakness imbalances. 

  • Bodywork looks at stress. 

  • Looks at breath. 

  • Looks at relationships between different seemingly unrelated parts of the body. 

  • Is able to address trigger points. 

  • Addresses the nervous system. 

  • Focuses on deep muscular changes.

  • Bodywork techniques have a greater positive effect on your fascia.

Did you know...

Fascia is one of the most undiagnosed causes of pain in the body?

What is fascia?

- Fascia is a thin casing of connective tissue found everywhere in the body

surrounds and holds every organ, blood vessel, bone, nerve fiber and             muscle in place. 

- fascia stretches as you move.

- healthy fascia is smooth, slippery and flexible.

- fascia has nerves that make it almost as sensitive as skin. 

- When stressed, it tightens up.

- When it is unhealthy it becomes gummy and crinkle up (called adhesions)

Is your pain caused by fascial adhesions?

Possibly.  Pain has many components and fascia is often involved.  At Body Heal Therapy we treat fascial adhesions as well as the other factors that are contributing to your pain.  

What techniques do you use to treat pain?

  • Cupping

  • Soft Tissue Manipulation Tools

  • Hands On Manual Therapy

  • Stretching 

  • Myofascial Release

  • Neuromuscular Therapy

  • Breathwork

What To Do Next

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