Myofascial Release

“Myofascial Release (MFR) is a style of manual therapy engagement that typically uses slow, still, prolonged stretching to facilitate change in the patient. Whether having its primary effects on fascia, as historically believed, or on skin, muscle, other tissues, or the nervous system in general, it is realistically a more complex direct and indirect interrelationship of overlapping systems. The goal of MFR is most often to reduce the feeling of tightness and to lessen pain, allowing for more freedom of movement and improvement in functional abilities.”

Walt Fritz PT

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