Active Release Technique is the gold standard in soft tissue care, used to treat athletic and overuse injuries. It is a patented, scientifically based treatment and diagnostic system which is recognized and used worldwide, from professional sports teams, to Olympic stadiums, to clinics for chronic pain or rehabilitation. ART can be used to improve performance and biomechanics as well as to treat injuries such as plantar fasciitis, frozen shoulder, low back pain, cervical pain and whiplash, tennis and golfer’s elbow, ankle/wrist sprain, tendon injuries, and rotator cuff syndrome, and to improve recovery from surgery.
There are many kinds of massage and bodywork. Below is a description of the primary style of massage in which Jeffrey specializes – structural integration. He may utilize a combination of several others depending on the needs and desired outcome of each situation.
Postural issues are directly addressed with this less common but powerful modality. This kind of bodywork usually comes in a series of sessions with specific body alignment goals. Techniques are done on a massage table or seated on a bench. Often the client engages in movements to help facilitate fascia release. Dr. Ida Rolf created the original structural integration 10 session series. Structural integration is sometimes called Rolfing after Dr. Rolf.
Pressure: medium to deep-heavy
Dress code: Swimsuit or underwear
We offer an all-encompassing, cutting-edge approach to pain-free performance and exercise. We are responsive to your objectives, whether you seek to rehabilitate an injury and optimize movement, to prepare for and enhance sport performance, or to improve fitness levels. This is a truly unique integration of biomechanics, strength and conditioning, and rehabilitative exercises.
Acupuncture can relieve pain and bring improvements in such foundational areas of life as sleep, digestion, and emotional well-being. It improves physiological function and aids the body in its natural healing process by stimulating specific points in the body, referred to as acupoints. Needling is the most well-known form this stimulation takes but other methods may be used: pressure, heat, electrical stimulation and manual therapy are among these.