Myofascial Release Therapy - Bringing help and hope to the homebound and others with chronic pain, debility and depression

Myofascial Release Therapy

breathing help and hope into depression and chronic pain.

Myofascial release therapy (John F. Barnes method) has truly become the treatment of choice to set you free from the straight jacket of tightness and inability. Many homebound elderly patients who have not given up hope when traditional therapy has failed, have found this treatment extremely effective.

Myofascial Release (MFR) resolves fascial tangles and restrictions that pull the body out of alignment causing chronic pain, depression and disability. MFR can resolve pain, increase range of motion, strength, function and posture by finding and stretching the tight fascial restrictions that are causing pain.

One giant web of fascia from front to back and head to toe allowing one restriction or release to affect the entire body Everyone has fascial restrictions that lead to disease, poor posture, pain and disability. These restrictions or lines of pull build up over the years, pulling against us at up to 2000 pounds per square inch!

From trips and falls, poor posture, and even minor fender benders to emotional trauma, over use issues and tragic accidents - the fascia traps, stores and remembers them all.

This fascial memory demands your whole body adjustment to its disease producing, life robbing restrictions. We comply, unknowingly until pain and dysfunction send us for physical therapy, total joint replacements and all kinds of cures in hopes of relief.

Homebound recipients have received exceptional relief from chronic pain and renewed strength and ability in their homes. Myofascial release therapy has given new meaning to the popular term: age in place.

If you are looking for the most effective therapy to resolve your pain, increase energy and improve your ability, we are compiling a list of JFB therapists who you can trust - some will come to your home. Find a myofascial therapist near you.

Remember to look for a John F. Barnes trained Myofascial Release Therapist. You may be disappointed by anything less.


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