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Myofascial Release

Botti Chiropractic & Wellness | Myofascial Release Therapy

Myofascial Release Therapy in Oak Lawn | Botti Chiropractic & Wellness

One of the most successful and effective chiropractic treatments to help with pain or discomfort in the body is myofascial release. This is a highly-praised and safe approach and technique, reducing and even eliminating both acute and chronic pain. For those who don’t know, myofascial pain is simply chronic pain, preventing an individual from performing daily tasks and habits. In our chiropractic office, we firmly believe that if pain or discomfort is preventing you from living your normal life, it’s time to visit your favorite Oak Lawn chiropractor, Dr. Valentino Botti.

Myofascial pain can be debilitating and impact patients both physically and mentally. This is why, at Botti Chiropractic & Wellness, we offer myofascial release to help improve Oak Lawn patients’ mobility, functionality, and overall well-being. Not only is myofascial release therapy one of the most common treatments and services we offer at our office – it’s also a huge reason why Botti Chiropractic & Wellness is the top chiropractor Oak Lawn has with overwhelming reviews and testimonials.

What is Myofascial Release Therapy?

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Myofascial Release is a type of therapy that requires and utilizes manual techniques to apply consistent pressure on (and into) the fascia. In some chiropractic offices, myofascial release therapy is often coined myofascial therapy or myofascial trigger point therapy – truly depending upon the type of manual techniques and pressure being applied. The overall goal of this is to help in removing any fascial restrictions, alignment problems, and tightness in one’s posture.

Myofascial Release Therapy in Oak Lawn is 100% safe and has been utilized by thousands of chiropractors to help eliminate tightness and pain caused by myofascial pain syndrome. To better understand myofascial release, it’s essential to understand what is fascia and how it may lead to myofascial release therapy.

What is Fascia?

Fascia is simply a strong set of tissues in the body that are connected like a web. Fascia is found throughout the human body and plays an important role in the muscular, organ, and nerve structure. At the core, fascia helps with cellular nutrition, metabolism, and even respiration. Additionally, the fascia is directly responsible for keeping an individual grounded, standing straight-up, and moving. A healthy fascia is typically pliable, hydrated, and has a wide range of movement. Should a fascia be impacted or restricted – whether through trauma, sports injuries, or even a car accident, it’s bound to lead an individual in sharp pain. The reason being this is myofascial restrictions cause the muscular-skeletal system – and other bodily systems and structures, to feel an increased sense of pressure, resulting in pain and other dysfunctions.

Like that of trigger point pain, due to the structure and orientation of fascia, when Oak Lawn patients often complain of pain in a targeted area, the actual restriction is somewhere else – away from the signs and symptoms. For example, we have had patients visit Dr. Botti for neck pain; however, the fascia restriction was stemming from the sacroiliac joint. This is merely one of the many different conditions that patients may experience – and myofascial release therapy can help alleviate this pain and discomfort once and for all.

Causes of Myofascial Pain

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While there are many different things that can lead to or create myofascial pain (sports injuries, car accidents, trauma) – the pain stems from two sources.

  1. Skeletal Muscles
  2. Myofascial Tissue

Through professional myofascial release therapy, the goal is to loosen and release the tension in the fascia to help other structures function and move freely. As a result, the patient who was suffering from myofascial pain can start to notice signs of relief and a “release” from the pain, and also a better range of movement and well-being. This is why many chiropractors will refer to myofascial therapy as myofascial release therapy or myofascial trigger point therapy.

Benefits of Myofascial Release Therapy

When patients undergo our myofascial release therapy in Oak Lawn, they reap the many benefits that make this type of chiropractic treatment such a popular option among Oak Lawn chiropractors. Here are just some of the many different benefits of myofascial release.

  1. Muscle Relaxation: Myofascial release has the unique benefit of helping to reduce any tension that has been stored in the body’s muscles. In this, it leads to a heightened sense of pain relief and relaxation.
  2. Reduced Soreness: Since our Oak Lawn myofascial release therapy helps in improving blood circulation, this chiropractic treatment can help push the important nutrients and oxygen to muscles and tissues, reducing soreness after workouts, high-impact sports, or traumatic events.
  3. Decreased Inflammation: Given the nature of myofascial release therapy, it helps to create cytokines, which actually assist in reducing inflammation in the body.
  4. Better Range of Motion: This type of chiropractic treatment can reduce and eliminate scar tissues and adhesions, resulting in greater flexibility, elasticity, and movement. This is attributed to strengthening the joints in the human body.

As always, when visiting our Oak Lawn Chiropractor office, feel free to ask Dr. Botti more about the benefits of this treatment! Given that we are a five-star, preferred chiropractor Oak Lawn office, we take the extra lengths to ensure you are comfortable and happy.

Myofascial Release Therapy at Botti Chiropractic & Wellness

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There are many different types of medical professionals that can provide myofascial release therapy; however, it’s essential to pick a trained professional with reviews and testimonials, educational background, and understands the complexity and intricacies of this treatment. There is a reason why Dr. Valentino Botti is a five-star rated Chiropractor in Oak Lawn – his treatments, attention to detail, and ability to help Oak Lawn patients is unprecedented. So, if you are looking for expert myofascial release therapy, Botti Chiropractic & Wellness is your go-to choice!

We work with each individual patient to create myofascial therapy sessions that are geared towards improving their well-being as quickly as possible. We can work with your schedule, helping to catapult you back into everyday activities and habits. Now, myofascial release therapy is similar to physical therapy – in the sense where patients will be expected to revisit our office on a daily, or weekly basis. To maintain your myofascial therapy results, it may take between a few weeks and up to a month, depending on the severity of myofascial pain syndrome.

Combine Myofascial Release with Other Chiropractic Treatments

One of the biggest benefits of chiropractic treatments in Oak Lawn is the fact that you can combine myofascial release therapy with other forms of treatment to maximize or empower your results. During your myofascial release consultation with Dr. Botti, he will discuss the different treatment options that will help you feel pain-free once again. Some of the different treatment ideas may include, but not limited to:

By combining regular myofascial therapy treatments with one of the above chiropractic treatments in Oak Lawn, it can help provide an improved sense of pain relief and assist in boosting flexibility and movement.

Schedule a Myofascial Release Consultation with Oak Lawn Chiropractor, Dr. Botti Today!

If you are experiencing any pain or discomfort on any level, don’t hesitate to contact Botti Chiropractic & Wellness today! Whether it’s back pain, neck pain, or even myofascial pain, Dr. Valentino Botti is the best chiropractor Oak Lawn has to offer for a reason. If you are new to our Oak Lawn chiropractic office, schedule your first appointment today and receive our new patient special!

Book your appointment or call us today at (708) 717-5947!