Myofascial massage (MFR) focuses on releasing the tension of contracted muscles.
The purpose of the myofascial release is to stretch and loosen the fascia, also known as connective tissue, so that it and other contiguous structures manage more easily making the patient’s movement restored. This therapy also includes the release of “trigger points”. Trigger points are rigid and anchored areas within the myofascial tissue that can report pain in an area other than the body.
This type of massage helps prevent injuries and helps the optimal recovery of the musculoskeletal system after a chargeable traumatic event rehabilitated with physiotherapy.
Myofascial massage can help:
- reduce anxiety and stress
- increase performance
- reduce fatigue
- relieve swelling
- alleviate muscle tension
- reduce postural tension on the desk
- promote flexibility
- prevent injury
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Warning: This type of massage has no clinical purpose. Therefore it does not have the objective of resolving pathologies of strict medical and health relevance. For any pathological condition it is advisable to take a physiotherapy appointment. The service described above is aimed at maintaining psychophysical well-being in order to favor recovery: fatigue is reduced, swelling is relieved, muscle and postural tension is reduced, and well-being is promoted.