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MFR Slide Show

Welcome

to

the

MFR Slide Show!

Hands On

Therapy

Presented by:

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Myofascial Release

is
an

form of therapy

ADVANCED

that

addresses

Musculoskeletal

PAIN

&

Dysfunction

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Myofascial Release

addresses

- headaches

- migraines

- TMJ Dysfunction

- neck pain

- shoulder pain

scoliosis -

rotator cuffs -

pelvic imbalances -

low back pain -

herniated discs -

- hip pain

- sciatica

- knee pain

- plantar fascitis

- restless leg

Myofascial Release

RELIEVES PAIN

By finding

the

SYMPTOM

&

Looking elsewhere

for the

CAUSE

Even though you may be feeling pain in one area of your body it can come from another area that may be far away from the symptom area.

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Fascial

Function

The fascial system connects every structure in our body to every other structure, creates space for nerves, blood vessels and lymph vessels, protects injured areas and allows for the overall length of our system.

Connectivity

Connectivity

Creates Space

Creates Space

Protection

Protection

Length

Length

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Fascia isn't just a tissue that surrounds muscle. It actually forms a 3-dimensional web that goes from the tip of our toes to the top of our head. An MFR technique in one area of the body reaches into the entire length of the fascial system.

The

Fascial

System

creates a

3-dimensional web

The

Fascial

System

surrounds every:

Bone

Nerve

Blood vessel

& Organ

Joint

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Fascial

Restrictions

Physical Trauma

Physical Trauma

Emotional Trauma

Emotional Trauma

Poor Posture

Poor Posture

Scar Tissue

Scar Tissue

are caused

by

Since we have all had instances or repeated instances of these causes, it is safe to say that we all have fascial restrictions somewhere in our body. They can affect us no matter how long ago they happened!

When the fascial system becomes restricted it binds down on nerves, muscles, joints and internal organs causing a whole host of possible symptoms such as...

Traumatized Fascia

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- headaches

- migraines

- TMJ Dysfunction

- neck pain

- shoulder pain

scoliosis -

frozen shoulder -

pelvic imbalances -

low back pain -

herniated discs -

- hip pain

- sciatica

- knee pain

- plantar fascitis

- restless leg

Fascial

Restrictions

can cause

Skeletal

Misalignment

Fascial restrictions are a major contributor and cause for skeletal misalignment. If these restrictions are not addressed, skeletal misalignment will reoccur time after time.

Skeletal misalignment causes structural imbalances and compensatory patterns which, in turn, cause further fascial restrictions. We address skeletal misalignment by reducing the fascial restrictions that pull bones out of alignment thereby allowing the skeleton to realign.

Fascial

Restrictions

can spread

to other areas

Over time, fascial restrictions spread along lines of tension to affect areas far from the original sight of injury. That is why we can't just treat the place where the current symptom is and must look for the fascial connections throughout the body. This is also why healing is a process, not an event!

The

Healing

Process

Through the healing process, as the core area of injury begins to be addressed, the body doesn't feel like it has to resist and compensate.

As compensatory patterns begin to abate so do patterns of pain and dysfunction that are associated with the compensatory patterns.

As layer upon layer of restriction and holding pattern is released the body comes into better alignment and pain patterns can continue to dissipate.

When the fascial restrictions are resolved and new movement patterns are introduced the new possibility arises of minimal or no pain and the return to an active pain-free lifestyle.

Thank

You

for

Viewing!

Hands On

Therapy