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Active release technique (ART)

Active release technique (ART)

ART treatments are 30 minutes

What is active release technique?

Active release technique (ART) treats your body’s soft tissue by combining manipulation and movement. The technique’s been around for more than 30 years.

ART entails identifying, isolating, and targeting the affected area to break up scar tissue. This promotes blood flow and faster healing of injuries. ART can be used to treat problems with your:

  • muscles
  • ligaments
  • tendons
  • nerves

It was first used by Dr. P. Michael Leahy, a chiropractor, to treat soft tissue disorders in elite athletes and has since been used to treat millions of people.

  • ACTIVE RELEASE TECHNIQUES (ART)
  • Specially certified therapists use Active Release Techniques (ART) to diagnose and treat soft tissue injuries created by scar tissue. This manual, hands-on therapy breaks up adhesions which limit normal range of motion causing pain and tension.
  • Active Release Technique is a natural, non-invasive therapy that consistently resolves most complaints of muscle stiffness, lost mobility, inflamed joints and pain associated with repetitive motions.
  • WHAT IS ART?
  • Active Release Techniques Soft Tissue treatment (ART) is a manual therapy administered by trained professionals to certain soft tissue structures of the body. The ART soft tissue management system is based on scientific evidence that muscles, nerves, blood vessels, and connective tissue develop adhesions within and between them as a result of various injuries that include: acute (sudden injury), cumulative (chronic injury) and pressure (due to poor posture). These adhesions cause the motion of muscles or joints to be altered, resulting in a wide variety of symptoms including pain, weakness and reduced range of motion, numbness and tingling.

What conditions are treated?

Fascia

This is fibrous connective tissue that protects and supports muscles and organs throughout your body. Inflammation across a band of fascia tissue can cause extreme pain and stiffness. Plantar fasciitis is a common fascia tissue condition.

Cardio program

The class based sessions are challenging, innovative.

Tendons and ligaments

Tendons connect muscles to bone and ligaments connect bone to bone. Injury to either can cause pain and decrease range of motion.

Major muscle groups

Strains and pulls from overuse or trauma can affect any of your major muscle groups. This includes muscles in your neck and shoulders, back, and hamstrings.

Benefits

Benefits of active release technique

ART offers many benefits for anyone who has pain and other symptoms caused by soft tissue injuries either from sports, overuse, or trauma.

  • It’s Help your body balance
  • Daily Work Freshness
  • Improve your workflow
  • Reduce Mental Stress
  • Increased flexibility
  • increased range of motion
  • decreased lower back pain
  • improved chronic neck pain
  • relief of tension headaches
  • management of carpal tunnel
  • management of shin splints
  • management of plantar fasciitis
  • management of tennis elbow
  • improvement of sciatic symptoms