Active Release Technique at Terranova Physiotherapy in Richmond, BC
If you are looking at a future of pain and pain medications, treatment with the Active Release Technique (ART) may help you take back your active life!
Do you wish you could impact the pain and the impact one of these conditions has on your lifestyle?
- Back pain
- Carpal tunnel syndrome
- Shoulder pain
- Knee problem
- Shin splints
- Plantar fasciitis
- Tennis elbow
We have helped many patients here at Terranova Physiotherapy in Richmond, BC, to overcome the pain and limitations of these conditions.
What is Active Release Technique (ART®)?
Active Release Technique (ART®) is a patented, scientific soft tissue system. Your physiotherapist will tailor an ART program for you using this movement-based massage technique. This specialized treatment is ideal for helping your muscles, tendons, fascia, ligaments, and nerves.
Over 500 unique movements combine with specialized massage techniques to make ART both incredibly unique, customized, and effective.
How Effective is Active Release Technique (ART)?
Active Release Technique is one of the top effective methods for soft tissue release. As a result, many athletes use ART to expedite healing and get them back into the game. ART is also commonly used to improve athletic performance.
The soft tissue movement-based massage method relieves tissue tension by removing fibrosis and adhesions that develop in tissues. This is especially common when the soft tissues are in overload from repetitive use. Many patients find that ART helps them recover from muscular weakness, aching, tingling, numbness, and burning sensations.
In fact, many patients at Terranova Physiotherapy in Richmond, BC, find Active Release Therapy is an effective way to resolve soft tissue issues very quickly and, in most cases, permanently.
Fast, Permanent Relief at Terranova Physiotherapy in Richmond, BC
Call today to make an appointment to discover if Active Release Therapy (ART) could provide relief for you. We’re here to help you take your life back!