Dry Needling – Cupping – Massage – Graston – Myofascial Release

Myofascial Release Therapy for Your Recovery

Myofascial Release Therapy or MRT relaxes contracted muscles as it improves blood circulation. It is often part of a comprehensive recovery plan.

MRT massages the fascia or connective tissue as it brings hydration back through blood flow. The result is a decrease in compression around the injured area.
In comparison, deep tissue massage works on trouble spots by manipulating muscle and tissue.

MRT is prescribed as part of a complete recovery plan and will be paired with other therapies.

The certified physical therapist at The Therapy Network practices four forms of Myofascial Release Therapy, including the following:

Graston Technique, also known as blading, is a unique massage method using a stainless steel instrument.
Physical therapy massage focuses on rehabilitating muscle and joint strength while improving mobility…
What is Myofascial Decompression or Cupping ?
During Dry Needling, a thin monofilament needle penetrates the skin and treats muscle trigger points.

Visit The Therapy Network

During your first visit to The Therapy Network, a physical therapy specialist will review your medical history, including your current condition. Your therapist will provide a comprehensive plan, and it may include myofascial release therapy for your recovery. If MRT is part of your plan, you will meet a therapist licensed in the practice of myofascial release therapy.

You do not need a physician’s referral to visit The Therapy Network. We believe in timely service, and appointments are available today.

The Therapy Network has six locations in coastal Virginia. How can we help you today?


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