The perfect treatment to relieve pain, reduce muscle spasm and a whole lot more…
For anyone looking for an effective way to release muscle, tendon or ligament tension that gives rise to aches, pains and tiredness, our muscle and soft tissue release treatment is likely to be the answer. If you get achy when sitting at a desk or tired and pained when you’re looking after your kids, or if you’re preparing for or recovering from a sporting activity, this treatment is likely to be of interest to you. Even if you’re just in need of some relaxation or time out, this hands-on technique that relieves pain through direct pressure.
Great reasons to choose our muscle and soft tissue release
- Our therapists 'get' your problem, because they are highly skilled, qualified professionals who listen to your issues before identifying the best solution for you.
- We have therapists who are completely up to date with recent research and courses in muscle and soft tissue release and who use this technique day in day out.
- Our therapists use muscle and soft tissue release in conjunction with other physiotherapy treatments as well as yoga and pilates to speed recovery and enhance results.
Typical conditions we treat
Here’s an idea of some of the conditions we’re most commonly asked to treat:
- Muscle strains and sprains
- Chronic pain
The key to finding the right solution
If you’re on the lookout for a professional who will give you a thorough physical check-up and provide the right treatment that gets to the root of your problem, at the Physio Centres, we’re here to help.
We’ll work with you to understand the aches and pains you’re facing and we will establish the best possible treatment to get you back to being fatigue and pain free and as mobile as possible, quickly and effectively. It may be that muscle and soft tissue release alone is a sufficient solution, or we may suggest some other physiotherapy treatment, yoga or pilates to help you on your route to recovery. Either way, our therapists will find the right solution for your unique situation.
Work with a muscle and soft tissue release specialist
You can read all about the personal journeys our therapists took to becoming muscle and soft tissue release specialists below. In a nutshell, our dedicated therapists are fully qualified and highly skilled in assessment and treatment using muscle and soft tissue release. We have the determination to understand your problem together with the experience and qualifications to find the right integrated approach to rehabilitation through our broad skills range. We will work with you to find a solution that’s tailored to your specific needs, no matter whether that’s sport or daily activity related. Once we’ve identified the right solution, we’ll target your treatment to the affected muscles, so we’re specific to your needs.
In short, we really “get” people who suffer muscle, tendon and ligament pain and fatigue and will work with you to provide you with the relief you need to get on with your life again while minimising, or completely removing the need for medication and painkillers.
The way we treat you
We’ll accurately assess your pain or strain before agreeing which treatment would work best for you. In the case of muscle and soft tissue release, it is a hands-on technique that applies direct pressure to release specific muscles, tendons or ligaments. It’s a particularly quick and effective way to relieve pain by improving your blood flow and circulation. By working to release toxins, muscle and soft tissue treatment improves the efficiency of your body and prevents injury.
A highly effective way to release muscle, tendon and ligament pain, muscle and soft tissue release treatment will leave you feeling free to move more easily.
Book your Appointment
If you’d like to find out more about muscle and soft tissue release and how it can help you, just call us on 0131 556 1116 or use the form below.
Find out what will happen during your first visit and how much it costs. There’s no need to spend another day in pain; help is available, right here, right now.