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Chronic pain and movement limitation mean that you enjoy your life less. We find what is wrong and we also find out what you want to be able to do physically. We help you heal your body so you can live your life to its fullest.

Learn more about John F. Barnes Myofascial Release Approach and what it can do for you. Please visit: www.myofascialrelease.com 

​​​Quality of Life Improvement

November 2021​​​​


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what is fascia?

Fascia, by definition, is a band or sheath of connective tissue investing, supporting, or binding together internal organs or parts of the body. So essentially our entire body is made up of fascia down to the very cellular level.

​what is myofascial release, and how can it help me?

Myofascial Release is a specialized technique that allows fascial restrictions to gently be released. These restrictions are caused over time due to traumas to our body such as repetitive movements, falls, surgeries, and even stress. These restrictions cause immense tensile pressure, up to 2,000 pounds per square inch. The result is pain. Pain that we sometimes can't figure out where it came from, or how to get rid of it. We take pain medication to treat these symptoms, but for many of us the symptoms re-occur and we decide, or are told that we will have to get used to it. Life doesn't have to feel this way. Myofascial release allows you and your body to take control of its own healing process. Defy gravity and reclaim your essence.


Areas we specialize in

Back PainSports InjuriesMigraines
TMJWhiplashNeck Pain
FibromyalgiaMyofascial Pain SyndromeAdhesions
SciaticaInfants and ChildrenCarpal Tunnel
ScoliosisChronic Fatigue SyndromeDisc Problems
HeadachesNeurological Dysfunctions

Restricted Motion

Women's Health

Spasms/SpasticityHead Trauma