Manual Therapy Utah Valley

Soft Tissue mobilization is used to help tissue increase in mobility and decrease in pain. Some of the treatments we use are trigger point release, Astym (click here to learn more about Astym treatment), myofascial release to help myofascial planes improve in mobility, and trigger point massage. As soft tissue releases and softens, range of motion will improve and pain will usually decrease allowing function to improve.  Joint mobilization is another form of manual therapy involving the hands on movement of injured joints.  This helps improve both the passive and active motion of that joint as well as decrease pain. Manual therapy is helpful for many areas of pain and tightness including shoulders, knees, backs, ankles, hips, hamstrings, and necks.

Frequently Asked Questions

Is it painful?

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Will this procedure help with my injury?

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Contact Us

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Ned Bushnell MS, PT

Dan Lillywhite, DPT

Matt Bushnell, DPT

Casey Saunders, DPT

Justin Brown, DPT

Stash Dabrowski, DPT