Myopractic Deep Tissue Massage
Myopractic® deep tissue massage is a massage technique that concentrates on the deeper layers of the muscle tissue. Its purpose is to release the chronic patterns of tension in the body through slow strokes and deep finger pressure on the contracted areas. Myopractic deep tissue massage helps loosen muscle tissues, release toxins, and help blood and oxygen circulate properly. Myopractic also helps break up and eliminate scar tissue. Myopractic is safe and comfortable, and has been proven to achieve deep relaxation while relieving chronic pain.

Myokinesthetic System
Pronounced (my-oh-kin-a-stet-ic) the Myokinesthetic System re-educates the muscles on a neurological level to accelerate the healing process. Combining a powerful muscular technique with neuroanatomy, this technique is designed to quickly and efficiently eliminate chronic and acute symptoms. The results have been enormously successful.

Percussion is a new treatment for those who suffer from musculoskeletal pain and myofascial trigger syndrome. It is a non-surgical, non-invasive procedure that can serve as a therapeutic alternative to trigger point therapy or when other treatments have failed. Percussion carries little or no risk, and is relatively comfortable. Talk to Joe to see if the VibraCussor™ Percussion Instrument is right for you.

Myofascial Release
Poor posture and/or a lack of flexibility can be the cause of a variety of pain. This can be due to shortening of connective tissue that compresses internal structures such as blood vessels, the lymphatic system, and nerves. Myofascial Release can help restore correct functions of the connective tissue, relieve pain, and aid postural balance. This theraputic approach is useful in treating conditions such as musculoskeletal pain, fibromyalgia, neurological impairment, headaches, scoliosis, and loss of range of motion.

British Sports Therapy (also known as Soft Tissue Release)
Whether for sporting competition, work, or keeping your posture healthy, everyone needs muscles that are strong and in balance. British Sports Therapy is a method of applying pressure to a muscle at the same time the muscle is being stretched. This coordinated movement has a correcting effect on all musclular imbalances, including injured areas where scar tissue has formed. Once muscle memory is engaged, your muscles return to their normal length and tone, the inflammation process stops, and relief from pain immediately follows.