Instrument-assisted soft tissue mobilization is a specialized treatment that can break down scar tissue, knots, and other pain-causing areas to relieve your discomfort and improve your flexibility. At Back To You Osteopractic Physical Therapy & Rehabilitation, in Canton, Royal Oak, and Grosse Pointe Woods, Michigan, the premier osteopractors offer this treatment to help patients overcome chronic pain, tightness, tension, and other types of soft tissue dysfunction. Learn more by calling the office nearest to you or click the scheduling link now.
Instrument-assisted soft tissue mobilization is a noninvasive treatment that resolves soft tissue dysfunction using specialized metal tools. The experienced providers have extensive training with the most advanced tools and strategies, including FMT blades, fibrosis release and myofascial stretching (FRAMS), and EDGEility tools.
Issues like muscle knots and internal scar tissue can lead to soreness, pain, restricted movement, and other problems, but instrument-assisted soft tissue mobilization offers effective relief.
Instrument-assisted soft tissue mobilization can help with many different physical problems, such as:
This innovative treatment approach may also help with a number of other soft tissue conditions.
During instrument-assisted soft tissue mobilization, the skilled osteopractors at Back To You Osteopractic Physical Therapy & Rehabilitation apply a gel to lubricate the skin and enable smooth movements during treatment.
Then, they use special metal tools to pull, stretch, and release soft tissue. The specially-designed metal tools can help osteopractors to find the exact area of restriction and then effectively treat it on the spot.
While there are a variety of approaches in instrument-assisted soft tissue mobilization, the process generally involves manipulation of the skin, nerves, muscles, and fascia (fibrous connective tissue). Today’s advanced instrument-assisted soft tissue mobilization techniques require only gentle force to achieve impressive outcomes.
The osteopractors use a four-tiered system to cater to individual needs, so they can adapt your treatment based on your physical therapy plan, area of discomfort, comfort level during treatment, and individual needs.
With instrument-assisted soft tissue mobilization, you can expect a number of beneficial effects, including:
Many people have instrument-assisted soft tissue mobilization as part of their physical therapy program at Back To You Osteopractic Physical Therapy & Rehabilitation. This type of treatment can work hand-in-hand with your other therapies to help you recover and return to complete function as soon as possible.
To learn more about instrument-assisted soft tissue mobilization, call Back To You Osteopractic Physical Therapy & Rehabilitation or click on the provided booking tool to arrange your consultation appointment now.