Benefits of Myofascial Release

When it comes to various muscle aches and pains that came from working out or even by sitting at the computer, it is best to explore natural pain relief before committing to taking prescription pain medication or undergoing invasive surgery. When it comes to natural treatments and remedies, a reputable chiropractor, such as our chiropractor at Lubbock Advanced Physical Medicine in Lubbock, TX, knows very effective and natural treatments. One treatment our patients rely on for safe and reliable pain relief is myofascial release.

What is Myofascial Release?

Myofascial release is an effective and gentle hands-on massage technique that can be utilized to alleviate myofascial pain. Myofascial pain syndrome is a chronic pain disorder that comes about due to pressure on the sensitive points of your muscles.

What are the Benefits of Myofascial Release?

There are various benefits for myofascial release, including:

  • Pain reduction
  • Trigger point release
  • Improved flexibility and movement
  • Improved muscle function
  • Enhanced circulation from the release of tight areas where blood flow is restricted
  • Reduced exercise-related soreness

Other Important Aspects of Myofascial Release

Many people understand the advantages of chiropractic care. They may also figure that massages are good enough. However, many times it takes myofascial release to address stubborn knots because the technique stretches and lengthens the fascia through sustainable pressure.

Chiropractor in Lubbock, TX

At Lubbock Advanced Physical Medicine, our chiropractor has years of experience providing safe and effective pain relief to residents of Lubbock, TX, and the surrounding areas through the myofascial release technique. For more information regarding the benefits of myofascial release or to schedule an appointment with our chiropractor, call us at (806) 791-3399.

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