Soft Tissue Manipulation


 
The goal of soft tissue mobilization is to break up stiff or fibrous muscle tissue, referred to as myofascial adhesions, such as scar tissue from a back injury.  This procedure is commonly applied to muscles surrounding the spine, and consists of rhythmic stretching and deep pressure.  When your muscles are tight and restricting your movement, these techniques focus on connective tissue to improve your range of motion.  Soft Tissue Manipulation can assist with lengthening of the muscle tissue.

 


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