FAQ

Have a question? Check out some of the most frequently asked questions below. I hope these can shed some light on what it is that I do and give you a clear understanding of how I can help. I have also listed policy as well. Lastly, if you want to see more in the FAQ, please contact me and send questions you would like answered. As always, I am here to serve you. Thanks! 

Frequently asked questions

What is Fascial Stretch Therapy?


Fascial Stretch Therapy is a form of assisted stretching which focuses not only on the muscles, but the fascia (the connective tissue that surrounds the muscles), bones and joints. FST uses traction to target the joint and joint capsule by slow and gentle pulling of the limbs, which helps eliminate restriction from movement and to stimulate lubrication of synovial fluid. Treatment are meant to be relaxing and pain free. Some of the many Benefits of Fascial Stretch Therapy: - Increase range of motion | Improve physical performance - Reduce pain | Decreased compression & impingement in joints - Improve posture | Reduce risk of injury - Improve circulation | Improve muscle function




What is Corrective Exercise?


Corrective exercise is a blend of personal fitness training with post rehab therapy. ... Typically, the focus is on posture, alignment, muscle imbalance correction and optimal muscle activation. When the body is aligned and muscle balance restored a clients risk of injury reduces significanlty. Clients who participate in corrective exercise also report better range of joint motion, a taller and more confident feeling as their body seems to move freer and with less restriction.




Do I Take Insurance?


No. Fascial Stretch Therapy falls inder the scope of assisted stretching and is threfore an extension of personal fitness training.




Is Their a Cancellation Policy?


Yes. We require 24 hours notice prior to your scheduled appointment. Client will lose their session and be billed 50% of the price of service.




How Many Sessions Should I Buy to Start?


Typically, clients will buy the one time special 3 pack to save money and give the therapy a chance to do it's magic....results can be seen to greatly reduce pain, get out of discomfort, among the many attributes of this type of work. Those with chronic issues and pain (issues that have lasted years), tend to buy mutiple sessions (6 or 12 packs), and come 2x per week to help alleviate and diminish symptoms. Lastly, some clients will buy packs as a maintenance (once or twice a month) to help with muscle imbalances, or just to get releif from stress. Membership options for this are coming soon!




What can I expect in a session?


A first session usually entails a quick background of injury (past and current), an assessment on and off the table and an explaination of what I beleive to be the source of where the pain, discomfort, or muscles imbalance is stemming from. Cleints should wear comfortable clothing (something like gym wear) and be ready to remove shoes. To make things feel easier, it's best that clients not wear jeans. dresses, or any shorts that cut about mid thigh.





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