An instrument assisted soft tissue mobilization technique that effectively releases fascia and scar tissue restrictions, eliminates pain, and restores range of motion. Use this muscle scraping technique to help flush your legs or arms after a hard workout, prevent overuse tendonitis, restore fascial adhesions, or limit scar tissue build up after surgery.
neurological dry needling
A thin filiform needle is placed into the skin and penetrated deeper to the target tissue to systemically target peripheral neurogenic sensitivity, reduce neurological burdens, optimize neurological capability, and improve neuro-immune function.
Neurological dry needling is used to help lubricate the connective fascial tissues, improve range of motion and neuromuscular control, and decrease pain. Placed along the neurological and fascial pathways, treatment is focused on a main area, rather than along the traditional Chinese medicine meridians.
A non-invasive treatment that utilizes acoustic waves to stimulate healing in musculoskeletal tissues. This innovative technique is commonly used to address conditions such as tendinopathies, plantar fasciitis, and calcific shoulder disorders.
By promoting blood flow, cellular repair, and collagen production, shockwave therapy aims to reduce pain, enhance tissue regeneration, and improve overall function.
A non-invasive modality that utilizes low-intensity light to stimulate cellular activity and promote tissue healing. This innovative treatment is particularly effective for managing musculoskeletal injuries, such as sprains, strains, fractures, and inflammation, by accelerating the body's natural healing processes. Its application is well-suited for conditions like tendonitis, arthritis, and sports-related injuries, offering patients a safe and efficient means of pain relief and rehabilitation.
An elastic tape used to lift the skin, accelerate blood flow to increase oxygen available to muscles, which in turn reduces fatigue. Application after an acute injury helps to improve lymphatic drainage reducing edema, removing bruising, and improving tissue healing.
For best clinical outcomes tape is applied to alleviate pain, lubricate fascia, reduce swelling, release scar tissue restriction and improve functional movement patterns. Tape application lasts 1 - 4 days, depending on skin type, amount of perspiration, and water activity.
muscle energy technique
A manual therapy technique that uses the muscle's own energy in the form of gentle isometric contractions to relax the muscles. Comparative to passive stretching, MET is an active experience that lengthens the muscle through either autogenic or reciprocal inhibition to improve joint range of motion and promote pain relief.
Assess performance using countermovement jump, plyometric pushup, or isometric muscle testing to track strength progress and map rehabilitation with 200+ metrics such as vertical jump height, peak power, take off velocity, or limb asymmetry.
When it comes to recovery, charting your RSI-modified data on a daily basis will be the best metric to see physiological fatigue. Make smart and healthy decisions on your training schedule based on this metric.