Active Release Technique
Active Release Technique (ART) is a non-invasive soft tissue treatment that improves blood flow and stimulates healing. It works by breaking up scar tissue and other adhesions in areas of the body experiencing dysfunction. Tendons, ligaments, and muscles can all benefit from ART, which uses movement and manipulation of the affected area to deliver pain relief and restore flexibility and range of motion.
What Happens During Active Release Technique?
As a form of manual therapy, Active Release Technique utilizes the practitioner’s hands to relieve adhesions and encourage the rapid healing in the affected area. During your appointment, your physiotherapist will apply the appropriate pressure and manipulation to the area where dysfunction and pain occur. Some soreness and discomfort is expected, but is generally short-lived. In fact, you may experience improvement after the first session. Nearly all patients will experience relief within 6 ART sessions.
What Conditions Do Active Release
ART is ideal for treating a wide variety of painful conditions involving the musculoskeletal system. These conditions include the following:
As a physiotherapist specialist, Dr. Roy utilizes a combination of techniques that include traditional chiropractic
care and progressive methods like manual therapy, therapeutic exercises, shockwave therapy, and more.
In his services, Dr. Roy combines wellness and physical care to eliminate the need for painkillers and surgery.
Active Release Technique
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