Your body’s soft tissues include the muscles, connective tissue and nerves that support your skeleton and enable you to move. Those tissues often go layers-deep beneath your skin, and can be difficult to isolate. Deep tissue body work pinpoints specific soft tissues and treats them through various methods to relieve pain and restore function to your musculoskeletal system.
There are a number of different methods of deep tissue body work, each based on a unique philosophy and taking a distinct approach. The effectiveness of any method is measured by its ability to improve your joint range of motion and muscle function while alleviating pain. Qualified practitioners of various methods must undergo extensive training and accumulate practical experience to effectively treat patients.
While there are a number of deep tissue methods available, the following four have become increasingly popular in recent years:
Whether you are recovering from an injury or suffering chronic pain, the sports medicine specialists at NYDNRehab can help you reduce pain and restore function. We combine innovative treatment methods with state-of-the-art technology to effectively diagnose and treat your musculoskeletal condition. At NYDNRehab, we are dedicated to getting to the root cause of your pain and eliminating it, to restore you to full physical function and improved quality your life.
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