Fascial Stretch Therapy
Designed to keep you more mobile, flexible, while improving your energy levels and circulation.
Looking for fascial stretch therapy in Mississauga?
Nowadays, it is increasingly being offered for a wide range of medical situations and conditions and standard treatment.
Servicing all neighborhoods for Massage Therapist in Mississauga such as: Dixie-Dundas, Applewood, Square One, Lakeview, Fairview, Sherway Gardens, Port Credit, Mississauga Valleys, Credit Valley, and more. revibe has one of the most experienced massage therapists in Mississauga that utilize manual therapy, cupping therapy, and more.
Almost every part of the human body part benefits from a good stretch and not just the tight muscles. Now and then, a new method to rejuvenate and stretching of muscles is introduced, and the one that is trending these days, which you might have not even heard about, is Fascial Stretching.
Fascial stretching is said to give you a feeling of deep relaxation and decrease the stress that no other massage or stretching technique could ever do.
Fascia Stretching FAQ
In Fascial Stretch Therapy, you relax your Fascia, which is a tissue covering and connecting all our bones, muscles, organs, tendons, etc. Fascia is the tissue keeping it all together and intact.
Fascial Stretch Therapy is much needed as the damaged Fascia in any part of your body can probably lead to chronic pains. Not just that, these pains in the long-run can result in fatigue, tension, your movement, and even affect your mental clarity.
revibe’s Fascial Therapists can help you with assisted pain-free and relaxing stretching. Fascial stretch therapy can help you achieve optimal flexibility, give you significant pain relief, and increase your body’s strength and performance. This is known to be the most effective way to reduce pain while restoring function to perform extreme physical activities better.
The method is quite technical and is best to be left in the hands of a professional. The process starts from the feet while moving upward in a pull and push manner, working on each joint, every muscle, and surfaces.
It takes around 45 to 60 minutes to complete a session. The person feels extraordinarily relaxed, but this isn’t a one-time thing and requires multiple sessions to reap the therapy’s full benefits.
You need help with the recovery, or perhaps you just need to look after an injury that has been bugging you for some time. revibe caters to it while coming up with a custom plan to push each of our patients towards their goals.
Each fascial stretch therapy client is treated as a separate and unique case. To addition to treating the client’s immediate symptoms and rehabilitating the condition at hand, we examine their patterns of movement to the root cause of the injury.
Benefits of Fascial Stretch Treatment
Fascial stretch therapy uses a targeted approach to the body’s fascia tissue by applying gentle stretches to any areas of discomfort. This improves joint movement and helps with sports or workout injuries.
What Can You Expect From Our Fascial Stretch Therapists at Revibe?
Our therapists understand how the body functions and can determine, treat discomfort and immobility caused by accident, disease or sickness.
Direct Billing for Physiotherapy, Massage Therapy, Chiropractic
Making it easier to go back to wellness. We can directly bill to your extended health insurance plan for services such as Physiotherapy, Chiropractic, and Massage Therapy in Mississauga.
- Your Benefit Card
- A Doctor’s Referral (If referred by a physician)
- A valid credit card to keep on file
- The name of your Extended Healthcare Provider
- Your ID # / Policy # (Usually Found on your Benefit Card)
- Your relationship to the Policy Holder (Self, Spouse, Parent, etc.)
- If you have Secondary Coverage from a spouse / parent / etc.
- The date of your accident / your current injuries
- If you were referred by a physician
Meet Our Team
Our highly qualified therapists are committed in providing the best treatment and customer satisfaction. Our team includes Physiotherapists, RMT’s, Chiropractors, Athletic Therapists, and Fascial Stretch Therapists.