Active Muscle Release

Active Muscle Release Mississauga

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What is Active Muscle Release?

A soft tissue method that focuses on relieving tissue tension via the removal of fibrosis/adhesions, which can develop in tissues as a result of overload due to repetitive use. These disorders may lead to muscular weakness, numbness, aching, tingling and burning sensations.

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Is Active Muscle Release effective?

Here's What Science is showing about Active Muscle Release:

Here's a few recent publications demonstrating the effectiveness of Active Muscle Release, along with the key takeaways.

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Who should seek Active Muscle Release treatment?

Individuals who experience chronic muscle tension, limited range of motion, soft tissue injuries, postural imbalances, or athletic-related muscle strain can benefit from consulting an active muscle release practitioner. Moreover, those seeking to enhance overall musculoskeletal function and alleviate muscular discomfort may find value in the targeted techniques offered by such practitioners.


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Your Guide to Active Muscle Release

What does a Physiotherapist do?

During active muscle release, a chiropractor focuses on identifying and addressing areas of muscular tightness, adhesions, and imbalances within the soft tissues. They utilize specific techniques such as stretching, deep tissue massage, and manual therapy to release tension and restore optimal muscle function. This targeted approach aims to enhance joint mobility, alleviate pain, and improve overall musculoskeletal health for the patient.

How often should you see a Physiotherapist?

Seeing an active muscle release practitioner depends on individual needs and the severity of the muscular issues. In general, a treatment plan may involve weekly sessions initially, gradually transitioning to bi-weekly or monthly visits as muscular function improves.

How does Active Muscle Release work?

Active Muscle Release is a cutting-edge soft tissue method centered on alleviating tissue tension by eliminating fibrosis and adhesions, which can manifest in tissues due to repetitive strain and overload. These conditions have the potential to cause muscular weakness, numbness, aching, tingling, and burning sensations.

When is the right time to see a Physiotherapist?

The right time to see an active muscle release practitioner is when experiencing chronic muscle tension, limited range of motion, soft tissue injuries, postural imbalances, athletic-related muscle strain, or overall musculoskeletal discomfort. This approach is beneficial for releasing muscles, ligaments, tendons, and fascia that may no longer function properly due to overuse or injury, making it a suitable choice for individuals seeking relief from such issues.

Active Muscle Release helps treat the following conditions:

Active muscle release is commonly used to address a variety of conditions such as muscular tension, soft tissue adhesions, limited range of motion, muscle imbalances, and athletic injuries. Additionally, they can be beneficial for alleviating chronic pain, improving posture, and enhancing overall musculoskeletal function.

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  • ADDRESS: 5770 Timberlea Blvd, Unit 107, Mississauga, ON

    Parking is located to the front, side and back of the building. Please enter through the side doors. Once you enter the business complex, turn right. We are the last unit facing Tomken.

    Tuesday: 8:00am - 7:00pm
    Wednesday: 10:00am - 7:00pm
    Thursday: 10:00am - 7:00pm
    Friday: 8:00am - 4:00pm
    Saturday: 8:00am - 1:00pm
    Sunday - Monday: closed