fascial manipulation treatment

About Fascial manipulation

What is Fascia?While it is nice to think that fascia is simply one thing, like most things in life, fascia just isn’t that simple. We can find fascia throughout our bodies connected to muscles, tendons, nerves, and organs.Fascia in different parts of the body serve different roles. At times these various fascia will meet serving as a bridge connecting our body into a giant web.In the past, fascia was mostly ignored because it hid the muscle underneath. Now we are fortunate that researchers are studying this structure and its impact on human health. Since this field of research is so new our understanding of how to treat it will continue to evolve.More Information:Fascia Training AcademyFascial Manipulation

meet frank

Wanting to learn more about how the body moves to improve his martial arts practice, Frank DiMarco became a certified Alexander Technique teacher. This then motivated him to pursue a Doctorate in Occupational Therapy.Since graduating, Frank has become certified in Lymphatic Decompression, Manual Trigger Point Release, and Fascial Manipulation. Training with the Steccos in Italy for a Master's Certificate in Fascial Manipulation is the culmination of Frank’s pursuit of understanding how the body moves and heals.Through Fascial Manipulation, Frank evaluates how an individual moves and their history of injuries to treat the root cause of present limitations.For more information
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frequently asked questions

What is Fascial Manipulation good for?
Fascial Manipulation can treat a number of conditions, including but not limited to:
Back/Neck Pain
Jaw Pain (TMJD)
Pelvic Pain
Post-Cancer Related Pain
Carpal Tunnel
Chronic Fatigue Syndrome
Chronic Headaches/ Migraines
Disc Problems
Multiple Sclerosis
Myofascial Pain Syndrome
Neurological Conditions
Orthopedic Conditions
Plantar Fasciitis
What should I wear?
Comfortable loose-fitting clothing.
Will it hurt?
Unfortunately, the treatment can be painful but pain levels should drop during treatment.
How long will I be sore after the treatment?
You can expect to be sore for 2 to 3 days after the treatment.
When can I resume working out?
Activities like walking or running are encouraged, but lifting weights should resume a few days after treatment.
How many sessions will I need?
The typical treatment can be from one to five sessions to address a specific issue.
How frequently can I be treated?
There should be a minimum of 6 days between sessions, and the first two should be about a week apart but the third session can be about three weeks apart.
How long does a session last?
Each session is an hour long.
What forms of payments do you accept?
We accept cash, PayPal, and all major credit cards.


Fascial Resilience

Located at:
Sanctuary on Main
334 Main Street
Clarksville, TN 37040
Tel: 931-551-2438
Email: fascialresilience@gmail.com

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Services Available:
1 Hour Fascial Manipulation Treatment .............................. $150/Session