Problems with muscles, ligaments, tendons, fascia and nerves, regardless of how minor or severe they might be at this moment, can become even more debilitating if not properly treated. You may already be suffering from headaches, back pain, shin splints, carpal tunnel, sciatica, or other physical consequences as a result of a recent accident or injury. The longer you wait to treat these things, the harder it can be to effectively manage and eliminate the pain and decreased functionality later on.
Active Release Technique In Physical Therapy
There are a number of things you can do to treat any physical issues concerning your muscles, tendons, ligaments, etc. Active Health Center can work with you to provide you with the short or long-term care you need to eliminate as much pain and discomfort as your injuries might be giving you.
Depending upon the severity of the injury, they may suggest active release technique.
Using the Active Release Technique
Using the active release technique (ART) is a massage technique based in soft tissue movement. Whatever tendon, muscle, ligament, fascia and nerve complaints you might be experiencing, ART has been established itself as a proven technique for eliminating many of the physical ailments associated with injuries or accidents that damage the tendons, muscles, and other parts of the body.
ART has been proven effective against:
- Plantar Fasciitis
- Knee Problems
- Tennis Elbow
- Carpal Tunnel
- Shin Splints
- Back Pain
- And more
The severity of these ailments can vary from person to person, but one thing remains the same for all of them: Active release technique can treat them, alleviate the pain, and allow for the parts of the body causing these problems to heal properly. No health service provider better understands this than Active Health Center.
Active Release Technique Works
By combining examination and treatment, active release technique evaluates the texture, tightness, and movement of the problem areas. It is by doing this that ART can begin to work by combining acutely directed tension with very particular movements on the part of the patient.
Active Health Center has built their reputation on several areas of physical rehabilitation. One of these areas is in knowing what can happen to overused muscles. ART has been established as a distinct method of addressing the issues that can arise when muscles are overused and overworked over a period of time.