It May Be All About Your Fascia
Did you know that the spine, muscles, and nerves in your back all rest beneath layers of fascia that support their function? This tissue plays an essential role in your back’s ability to move, twist, stay upright, bend, and bear weight comfortably. Damaged fascia is a common yet often untreated cause of back pain.
It may even contribute to or drive the symptoms of both lower and upper back discomfort, arthritis, aging-related aches and pains, post-surgical discomfort, fractures, spasms, and strains and tears.
How Does It Happen?
Overuse, improper form during movement or exercise, poor posture, excessive sitting injury, surgery, and simple wear-and-tear can all harm the fascia in and around our back. While healthy fascia is hydrated, spacious, and mobile, once damaged the tissue can become dehydrated, hardened, and rigid.
Damaged fascia may often compromise the structures underneath it or nerves within it and lead to the prolonged symptoms of many back conditions and injuries.
How Can RELIEF® Help Your Back?
RELIEF® is used to help restore and rehydrate damaged fascia to treat pain and injury without sedation, steroids, or downtime. The procedure has helped thousands to overcome painful conditions and get back to their best.
Contact us to see if your back pain could be driven by damaged fascia and if it qualifies for RELIEF®.
Watch this video to hear a few of our patients describe their experiences with RELIEF®.
If you think damaged fascia may be contributing to your pain, book your consultation today.