Healing is a matter of time,but sometimes also a matter of opportunity~Hippocrates
Are there different kinds of myofascial treatment sessions? Each session is different depending upon the individual needs of each person based on findings and symptoms reported by the client.
What should I do during the myofascial treatment session? During the myofascial session the client will be asked to be "present" during the treatment. This means honing in on your body's felt senses and assisting your body in healing. (This will be discussed more during the initial consult).
How will I feel after the myofascial session? Most people will notice an improved sense of well being, decreased or eliminated pain, and improved range of motion. Following myofascial release and therapeutic massage it is important to hydrate!! Following a treatment session it is recommended to double your normal water intake for the remainder of the day, and the following day. This allows for tissue hydration, improving the health of your tissue, and flushing toxins. Hydrating assists the tissue in returning to its natural state prior to injury.
What are the benefits of myofascial release? Myofascial Release will restore/or increase range of motion, reduce or eliminate pain, anxiety, increase fluidity of movement and improve well being.
Are there any medical conditions that would make myofascial release inadvisable?Yes, there are a few conditions which are contraindicated including but not limited to: acute systemic infections, healing fracture, Chiari Malformation, acute intracranial hemorrhage and aneurysm to name a few. (Your medical history will be reviewed with you, and if necessary your health care provider will be contacted for advisement/permission to treat)
Do you accept health insurance? Currently we are not set up to bill insurance companies, but can provide you with a detailed receipt with Unwind In Time's tax identification number which you can submit for reimbursement.
What forms of payment do you accept? We accept cash, check, credit/debit cards, HSA/FSA cards.