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What is Fascial Stretch Therapy?

FST therapists evaluate the range of motion in functional positions and movements as active, passive, and resistant. The first step in FST is a passive and active mobility examination followed by manual therapy of the affected connective tissue system regions. A neuromyofascial manual therapy technique called fascial stretch therapy prioritizes treating the connective tissue system above treating single muscles. The deepest level of the treatment is the joint capsule, which goes through all the fascial layers to reach the surface layer.

When the central or peripheral nervous system is compromised, or mobility is subpar, FST seeks to restore correct neural mechanics. As a result, formerly repressed muscles are activated, and overactive muscular groups are returned to normal. A home fitness regimen will be suggested to enable the patient to actively participate in their journey toward health, well-being, and active life.


Benefits of Fascial Stretch Therapy

Pain Reduction

Problems with your fascia can result in physical pain. Tightness in your fascia can encourage unnatural motions or postures, increasing your chances of minor injuries and putting undue strain on your nervous system. Minor injuries can then encourage even more unnatural motions.

FST can help relieve pain by releasing fascial tension. The natural increase in flexibility will aid in the termination of those unnatural motions and the relief of underlying stresses in your body.

Improve Circulation

Tightness or tension anywhere in your body reduces circulation. FST improves blood flow by reducing tightness and tension.

Improved blood flow has several positive side effects. It aids in exercise recovery by allowing more blood to reach your muscles faster, which improves toxin removal. It boosts your energy levels by allowing more oxygen to reach your muscles and organs. That extra oxygen can also help you think more clearly.



People frequently seek sports medicine, surgery, massage, or stretching to help them recover from an injury or break up painful scar tissue. Injuries, as well as the surgeries used

to treat many of them, can damage or distort the fascia. This can further limit your range of motion by making movement painful.

Fascial stretch therapy can assist in loosening or realigning the fascia. This aids in restoring mobility, which is one of the primary goals of physical therapy. Stretch therapy cannot, of course, replace physical therapy, but it can supplement some of the activities associated with it.

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