Hip & Knee
You do not have to suffer an overt trauma or sports injury to experience hip or knee pain. If you think of your body as an architectural structure, you will view your legs as the uprights that support the rest of your body. If these vertical beams are not aligned to support the weight of the body load stacked upon it, they will be strained by that load and will begin to break down at the joints. This uneven compression causes uncommon wear and tear and painful movement. It is the length:tension relationship of the MyoFascial Soft Tissues that determines the placement and alignment of the bones. Correcting and balancing these connective tissues (Muscle and Fascia) through clinical therapeutic results-based massage is the key to happy healthy knees, hips, ankles and feet.