Myofascial Release in Colorado Springs

Providing myofascial release for chronic pain relief

Myofascial release massage in Colorado Springs

If you’re experiencing chronic pain, headaches, or any type of injury that is limiting your daily activities and interfering with your life. You may be in need of a Myofascial Release treatment. But what is it? And why should you try it out?

Myofascial release (MFR) is a manual therapy that aims to soften the tissue around joints and improve movement by massaging small amounts of pressure into tight areas of muscle which will then release tension around the joints, making it easier to move more freely without pain. Many people shy away from manual therapies like MFR because they think it will be too painful, but this is not the case. It is actually quite gentle and results in less discomfort than traditional massage therapy. In your body, soft tissue can become tightly knotted and restricted in what is known as myofascial pain. This condition often results from injury or repetitive movements. If you’re wondering what this treatment is and how it may be able to benefit you, read on.

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Myofascial Release Massage

This form of massage therapy is a type of physical therapy often used to treat myofascial pain syndrome caused by sensitivity and tightness in your myofascial tissues.

$120 /session

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  • Promote relaxation
  • Improve skin quality
  • Reduce inflammation
  • Total Revamp


  • Promote relaxation
  • Improve skin quality
  • Reduce inflammation
  • Total Revamp

What is Myofascial Release?

Myofascial release is a technique that is used to apply gentle sustained pressure into the soft tissue to improve mobility and flexibility. It’s also used for pain relief, improved blood circulation, and decreased muscle tension. Myofascial release comes in many forms that are used by physical therapists, chiropractors, athletic trainers, massage therapists, and others. Myofascial release is often confused with massage, but the two are a little different. Massage therapists use their hands to manipulate the muscles and tissues, while myofascial release therapists use their hands and fingers to apply pressure to the soft tissue in order to drain fluids from the area. Myofascial release is also a slower technique that is meant to be gentle and sustained. Our therapists understand that the soft tissue in the body can become tight and restricted. This restriction can cause problems with movement and become painful, making everyday activities difficult. Myofascial release is used to soften the tissue and improve the function of the muscles. It works by massaging small amounts of pressure into tight areas of muscle, which will then release tension around the joints. This makes movement easier and less painful.

Why You Should Do Myofascial Release

Myofascial release is a type of massage that can help improve the flexibility and elasticity of the fascia. The fascia is a layer of connective tissue that surrounds the muscles, and myofascial release can help to improve the function of the muscles by loosening up the fascia. Myofascial release can also help to reduce pain and inflammation, and it can be a great way to relax and de-stress.

Myofascial release techniques also help to initiate deep relaxation, increase blood flow and relieve muscle tension. Together with more active rehabilitative exercise relating to posture and movement patterns, the treatment helps clients gain greater flexibility while decreasing pain. It has been shown to support proper movement throughout anatomical regions where multiple muscles attach or cross one another simultaneously by minimizing contraction in these regions during motion. Furthermore, myofascial release supports the efficient alignment of a person’s spine for a lifetime of healthy movement. A myofascial release is a form of bodywork, the goal of which is to moisturize and lubricate tissues that glide against one another. It could be that implementing this type of therapy into your life could give you a higher level of flexibility and freedom from soreness in different parts of your body. It’s important to note that when the tissue becomes tight, short, or thickened it will move less freely through its joints and cause pain when trying to perform certain activities. A myofascial therapist will soften these tissues by using their hands or elbows in order to increase space in an area where the tissue has become thickened- sometimes dramatically so- by many years, even decades, inactivity. Each of these benefits can make your life easier and more comfortable. When you’re less restricted in your movement, it’s easier to do the things you enjoy. Pain relief means that you don’t have to live with chronic pain, and improved blood circulation can help improve your overall health. Decreased muscle tension can help you feel more relaxed and calm. If you’re looking for a way to improve your quality of life, myofascial release may be the answer.

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How to do Myofascial Release

Myofascial Release is a type of massage that helps to elongate the fascia. The fascia is a thin layer of connective tissue that surrounds all of the muscles in your body. When the fascia is tight, it can cause pain and tension in the muscles, and even impact mobility. Myofascial Release can help to loosen up the fascia and relieve pain and tension in the muscles. To perform this treatment, you need to find a trigger point. A trigger point is a point on the muscle that is tight and painful. You should massage the trigger point for 30-60 seconds. You should also massage the surrounding area with light but firm pressure, taking small breaks in between until you finally feel a release. Oftentimes, people use their hands, but in tough to reach areas where a muscle feels tight, it is possible to use a tennis ball or lacrosse ball. Simply place the ball between yourself and the wall, with the ball directly on the tight knot. Begin pressing with your body weight against the ball to massage the tense area firmly. You can continue this process until you feel a release.

Once you feel the muscle release, that is when you continue to massage in a slow and controlled manner. You should match the rhythm of your breath to the myofascial strokes. Then once you feel like your muscles are sufficiently relaxed, you can stop. The goal of this technique is to help the body relax muscles, relieve tension and pain, increase circulation, and decrease muscle tightness. Myofascial Release can be done on both your own muscles and also on other people. The tense points in the body are typically found in locations where you have experienced injury or strenuous use. Myofascial Release is a great way to relieve tension and pain in the muscles, and it can be done at home or in a massage therapist’s office. If you are experiencing pain or tension in your muscles, contact our Revamp Sports Massage Therapist team – you may be surprised at how quickly you can experience relief.

Myofascial Release

This form of massage therapy has had some of the following tremendous benefits on our customers

  • Sports injury recovery
  • Chronic pain relief
  • Improved immunity
  • Improved flexibility and range of motion
  • Reduce swelling
  • Stress Relief
  • Improved circulation

Why you should get Myofascial Release done by a professional

Myofascial Release is a great way to relieve tension and pain in the muscles, but it’s important to get it done by a professional. A professional massage therapist will know where to find the trigger points and how to massage them correctly. They will also be able to provide a more thorough massage, which will help to release the tightness and discomfort in the muscles. The process can be a bit uncomfortable during the massage depending on how tense the affected area is, but it’s worth it for the lasting relief that you will feel afterward. In order to get the best from Myofascial Release, you should go to a professional massage therapist instead of trying to do it yourself. You could further injure your muscles if you try to massage them incorrectly, and there’s a risk that you will not release all of the tension in the area. That means more discomfort for you. It’s also a good idea to get treatment from a professional if you have a job that requires you to be in good physical condition. For example, long-distance drivers and athletes will benefit from regular massage sessions, because this form of treatment releases the tension and discomfort that builds up in their muscles from different activities, whether it be strenuous exercise or prolonged periods of sitting with poor posture. The best thing about being treated by our team is that you don’t have to worry about treating these issues yourself. You can be sure that your therapist knows exactly what they are doing and will do their best to offer relief for any discomfort you may feel during the massage. So save yourself the hassle and contact our team today to speak to someone who knows how to do it correctly. You will be glad you did!

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Why is Myofascial Release important?

Myofascial release is a very important and also misunderstood practice, and it is even more important than many people give it credit for. There are many people out there that just don’t understand what it is and don’t know that they should be doing it – they may think it’s just another way of getting a massage. But in reality, myofascial release is far more than just a type of massage. The definition of “myofascial” means muscle-fascia connective tissue, so the term myofascial release refers to the act of releasing this tissue. The goal is to lengthen the fascia by reducing restrictive knots. This type of tissue restriction is often the root cause of pain and dysfunction. Myofascial release therapy uses various techniques to stretch and soften the fascia. This can be done manually with the hands, or with the help of tools like balls, bands, and rollers. The therapist is essentially performing a massage of the tissue to release those tight knots.

Myofascial release is important because it is not just a treatment – it can have an impact on improving a patient’s movement patterns as well. If you stretch and lengthen the fascia, then it can also help improve a person’s posture, their ability to move, and even the way they think. This is because all of this tissue is connected in one way or another, whether it’s through a nerve supply, blood supply, or any other connective tissue. When done correctly, myofascial release can help to improve a person’s overall health and wellbeing. It is not just a treatment for pain relief, but it can also help to improve range of motion, circulation, and posture. If you are experiencing any sort of pain or dysfunction, then you should consider contacting Revamp Sports Massage Therapy in Colorado Springs to receive a consultation and discuss a treatment plan that is custom-tailored to your specific needs.

What to expect from Myofascial Release

Trigger point therapy can be a bit uncomfortable, but it’s not usually painful. The therapist will use a variety of techniques to apply pressure to the knots, and you may feel some discomfort as they work. However, the goal is to release tension and pain, not to cause more discomfort. Trigger point therapy works by releasing tension in the muscles. When a muscle is tight, it can form knots or Trigger Points. These points can cause pain and tension and even cause issues in the surrounding areas as well. Trigger point therapy targets these knots and aims to release tension by using special techniques to work into and break down tight, dense areas. Massage therapists use their hands, fingers, and elbows to apply pressure to the knots. They may also use heat or cold to help relax the muscles. As the trigger points are worked out, blood starts to flow naturally to them again. The tight band that caused the pain can relax and be stretched like any other muscle in your body.

Trigger Point therapy is used for various types of pain including neck pain, back pain, carpal tunnel syndrome, tennis elbow, sciatica, shin splints, knee pain, plantar fasciitis, headaches, and migraines, to name a few. This form of therapy can be used to help those who have been suffering from chronic pain as well as those who want to release muscle tension. People may also use it as a part of their sports recovery plan or even before a race to keep muscles loose and primed for performance.

While trigger point therapy can definitely help those who suffer from pain and other symptoms, it’s important that you do your research about the therapist you choose to see. All therapists are not created equal and not all techniques will work equally for all patients. The last thing anyone wants is to experience more pain as a result of improper training or practice. Our therapist at Revamp Sports Massage Therapy has over 21 years of experience and education with massage therapy and trigger point therapy in the Colorado Springs area. We are always willing to help our patients find relief from their symptoms with the best techniques available. And, with our commitment to ongoing education, you can be sure you are receiving the most current and beneficial therapies available. To learn more about how we can benefit you, contact us today.

Trigger point therapy is a type of manual therapy that uses pressure to relieve tense muscles knots. This form of treatment can be used for chronic pain, injuries or just to release muscle tension. The countless benefits are tough to measure but studies have found it may help with musculoskeletal disorders and other types of conditions like headaches, migraine discomfort, insomnia, depression, and anxiety. Trigger point therapy can be uncomfortable but it is not typically painful. The therapist will use a variety of techniques to apply pressure to the muscle’s knots, and they may feel some discomfort as they work. However, the goal is always to provide relief from pain and promote the natural healing process, rather than cause more discomfort. If you’re experiencing any kind of pain-related condition where traditional medicine has failed, then consider exploring this alternative solution with a Revamp Sports Massage Therapist.

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