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Myofascial Rehab Boulder

Myofascial rehab is a soft tissue therapy used for the treatment of skeletal muscle immobility and pain. This alternative therapy goal is to relax contracted muscles, improve blood and lymphatic circulation, and stimulate the reflex in muscles. At North Boulder Sports Medicine Therapy and Rehabilitation, our physical therapists provide myofascial rehab in Boulder.  

Fascia is a thin, connective tissue that wraps most of the structures within the body including the muscle.  When you have a sports injury, this connective tissue can be a main culprit.  Myofascial pain can be a chronic condition.  Myofascial rehab can help with the pain and swelling associated with this injury.
 
Our staff provides comprehensive specialized treatment of athletic and sports injuries addressing their specialized needs for a greater level of success in their rehabilitation.  n decreasing pain with either passive or active therapy.  Contact one of our two offices today when you are looking for myofascial rehab in Boulder.

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