Rapid NeuroFascial Reset is a movement based therapeutic technique that manipulates the central nervous system to decrease pain and tension within muscles, tendons, ligaments, fascia and nerves.
When do we use RAPID?
Over Used Muscles
All of these issues produce underlying scar tissue to the affected area. This scar tissue binds up and ties down tissues that need to move freely. As scar tissue builds up, muscles become shorter and weaker, tension on tendons causes tendonitis, and nerves can become trapped. This can cause reduced range of motion, loss of strength, and pain. If a nerve is trapped you may also feel tingling, numbness, and weakness.
What is the RAPID treatment like?
Your therapist will examine and evaluate the tension and movement of the areas were you have indicated pain. A deep pressure is then applied and held in place while you perform a movement to stretch the tissues, therefore the treatment can be quite uncomfortable, as the nervous system is stimulated to restore normal function. The therapist may ask you to bring a tank top and shorts along.
Why choose RAPID?
RAPID is a quick way to achieve the results that you're looking for. It will rid your pain, increase your range of motion and will help you return to your regular activities.
Headaches / Migraines
Tennis / Golfers Elbow
Massage Treatments for pain relief and increased range of motion can be of lighter pressure as well as deep tissue. Therapeutic massage involves the manipulation of soft tissue structures of the body to prevent and alleviate pain, discomfort, muscle spasm, and stress.
If you have chronic pain, or very limited movement in a joint you may want to come see our Massage Therapist’s that have certification in adhesion release. We will always work within your comfort level to promote your health and wellness.
We have seen many great results treating work related overuse and repetitive strain injuries like Tendinitis, Carpal Tunnel Syndrome, Plantar Fasciitis and much more.
From Rapid NeuroFascial Reset and Instrument assisted Soft Tissue Mobilization to Osteopathic Principles we have someone on site to refer you to if you need more help for your pain. Our Massage Therapists Bio will show you a little about ourself and we will not be shy to refer you out to the right person if need be.
A safe and natural way to relieve aches during pregnancy. Your therapist will ask you to communicate with your doctor to make sure massage is safe for you. Your Massage Therapist needs to know of any changes happening during your pregnancy, as well as any medications you may be taking. A trained prenatal massage therapist knows where a pregnant woman's sore spots are likely to be and may be able to provide some relief. Still, it's important to communicate with your therapist if anything during the massage is causing you discomfort. Positioning during the massage will be side-lying with several pillows to make you comfortable as we do not have specialized pregnancy tables.
Inna has her degree in TMJ Mastery so if you have jaw pain you may benefit a lot from this treatment. It requires intra-oral and extra-oral work in and around the jaw.
TMJ or jaw pain can (but doesn't have to) refer pain as headaches, toothaches, ear aches and so much more.
Symptoms can also include pain with chewing or yawning, the jaw being locked in one position or jaw clicking (any noise).
People who benefit from this treatment are ones that clench or grind their teeth, had braces , intubation, GI scope, any emotional trauma or stress, car accidents (whiplash, open-closed mouth trauma).
IASTM is a manual technique where the therapist uses tools to mobilize joints and myofascial restrictions affected by scar tissue and assists in the healing process especially post surgery. . It may help with scar tissue release ( post-surgical), tendinopathies (tendinitis), fascial syndromes (plantar fasciitis), carpal tunnel, strains and sprains and so much more.