Direct Myofascial Release Therapy assists in treating the tightened fascia that pulls our muscles and skeleton out of proper alignment affecting posture causing discomfort, pain and fatigue. Injury, illness, stress, work-related repetitive movements and the effects of ageing can cause the fascia to lose its glide and become shorter, tighter, and denser. Tension is released by a gentle blend of movement and DMFR a hands-on treatment to efficiently promote release, healing and pain relief.
It is our belief that your fascia can tighten, which results in constricting our muscles, decreasing blood supply, causing pain and decreasing range of movement. Overuse, disease, trauma, infection, inactivity and poor postural awareness may contribute to the dysfunction of the fascia.
Benefits of Direct Myofascial Release Therapy
- Improve ease of movement
- A marked decrease in musculoskeletal pain
- Improve neural feedback
- Change the way you feel
The Livewell DMFR Body Reset Program
This series of four treatments are generally suitable for people of all ages and most conditions to improve the structural integrity of the body or posture. DFMR is most useful for persistent aches and pain in contracted areas such as the upper back, low back, leg muscle tightness, hips and shoulders associated with persistent use, overuse and trauma. Sessions are divided into 2 upper body and 2 lower body treatments to comprehensively cover the fascial network influencing the neural pathways of the whole body.
Benefits of the Livewell DMFR Body Reset Program
- Comprehensive global reset of the whole body
- Decrease pressure on the bones, muscles, joints and nerves restoring balance
- Release disruptions in the fascial network integrating every organ and tissue within the body
- Increase functional flexibility and mobility of the muscles, facia and associated structures to improve posture
- Facilitate the release of negative or repetitive emotional patterns, which have interfered with the healing process
- Ease migratory pain syndrome
- Assist with the management of complex regional pain syndrome (CRPS)