Nobody wants to suffer in pain and stiffness on a daily basis. After sitting in one spot for too long or experiencing trauma, it can quickly become a reality for some. All too often people are quick to take an aspirin or get a professional massage to enjoy some relief. While those work short term, it’s not a permanent solution. Myofascial release using fascia blaster may be a better treatment option.

Knowing Pain

It is common for people to have pain, but have no clue as to why or where it’s coming from. It just hurts. That is why it can be difficult for them to obtain the appropriate treatment. Myofascial release using fascia blaster therapy is a way to fix the source of a plethora of pain problems.

First understand that the fascia is the connective tissue between joints, ligaments, muscles, and tendons. It works to support the bones and internal organs. In the event the area is irritated, rigid, or damaged, the result is going to be a pain in that area. When the pain becomes too much to handle, many people seek out myofascial release using fascia blaster.

During Therapy

Before starting the myofascial release using fascia blaster treatment, the therapist is going to judge the range of motion and potential discomfort areas. The most common regions that they find as trouble spots are shoulders, legs, back, neck, hips, and shoulders. Conditions like headaches, TMJ, fibromyalgia, and carpal tunnel have all been alleviated with this kind of treatment. After determining the appropriate regions, myofascial release using fascia blaster can start.

At a myofascial release using fascia blaster therapy session, the practitioner is going to apply pressure to the affected areas. Patients often compare it to the feeling of getting a deep tissue massage. The appointments generally last anywhere from 10 to 50 minutes in total. It depends on how severe the case is and how many spots need attention.

What Is A Fascia Blaster?

You may be wondering what a fascia blaster is. It is an instrument that is used to perform the treatment. Similar in shape to a wand, the tool is made of plastic with a “claw-like” feature. Users rub it over the skin in the trouble spots for anywhere from three to five minutes to get rid of and relieve pain and tenderness.

Possible Side Effects of Myofascial Release using Fascia Blaster

As with any kind of healing process, there could be potential side effects related to myofascial release using fascia blaster. Some patients have reported mild to severe bruising that has lasted as long as a few months. Others have complained of inflammation, weight gain, sagging skin, and menstrual changes. This is after one or more sessions.

Talk With a Professional

Decide whether myofascial release using fascia blaster is right for you. Give us a call. We have trained staff ready to answer your questions. Find out if it is the proper solution to your awful pain problems.

Reaves Chiropractic
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