Fascia is the connective tissue of our body, which consists of fibers, mostly collagen. It completely connects the entire body from head to toe as a continuous interacting system.
Covering every muscle and internal organs of a person, fascia separates them from the skin, arteries, veins, nerves, lymphatic vessels and mammary glands, being a link through which you can get to distant parts of the body without leaving the fascia itself, thanks to its rich innervation.
The fascial system was not previously the object of scientific research, playing a secondary role in medicine for a fairly long period of time, but now its treatment has become of great importance.
Fascial therapy, as a technique, was discovered relatively recently. This diagnostic and therapeutic concept is one of the most promising methods and opens up a wide range of possibilities for the treatment of various diseases.
This therapy is a combination of Eastern and Western techniques. This is a single whole system that is applied to soft muscle, fascial tissues and internal organs subject to contraction and spasms.
with innervation and special multi-layered structure, the deep fascia form an ideally effective structure for perception and, therefore, for effectively assisting in the organization of complex movements.
The main principle of this method is to detect a specific area of the fascia associated with a certain limitation of mobility, or pain syndrome. After this limited or painful movement is detected, by acting on a specific point or area of the fascia, the fascial therapist restores the fullness and painlessness of the movement.
Using deep myofascial massage, you can achieve normalization of the state of the fascia and cause the so-called viscerosomatic and somatovisceral reflex - the relationship between the dysfunction of a particular organ and the disruption of the muscles or fascia associated with it.
- postoperative and post-traumatic disorders associated with the occurrence of scars, adhesions
- lumbar pain, disorders in the sacrum and pelvis
- pain in the cervical and thoracic spine
- Rehabilitation after COVID-19;
- tunnel syndromes
- digestive system disorders
- whiplash injuries and rehabilitation after injuries
- respiratory diseases - bronchitis, asthma, sinusitis, etc.
- neurological problems - neuritis and paresis
- headaches, migraines
- phantom pain after amputation
- vegetative-vascular dystonia
- fatigue syndrome, stress relief
- anxiety, fear and panic attacks
- high body temperature
- acute inflammatory process
- conditions requiring urgent surgical intervention
- fractures, bleeding