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Soft Tissue Mobilization at Nystrom Chiropractic Group in San Rafael, CA

Injuries to your body and the healing process that occurs after an injury may result in problems with mobility and health. When you have concerns about your mobility or you want to address chronic inflammation to a specific area of your body, a soft tissue chiropractor at the Nystrom Chiropractic Group offers a solution.

Man getting Soft Tissue Mobilization.

What is Soft Tissue Mobilization Technique?

Soft tissues refer to the muscles, ligaments, and fascia in your body. It does not relate to your bones or joints. In soft tissue mobilization, a chiropractor uses hands-on techniques to break apart adhesions, or inflammation that causes strands of collagenous scars during healing. 

Goals of Soft Tissue Mobilization in San Rafael

The goals of soft tissue mobilization in San Rafael depend on your situation. Generally, a soft tissue chiropractor wants to improve your mobility by taking specific measures to address the underlying problems.

Common goals of the treatment include:

  • Reduced swelling
  • Breaking up adhesions
  • Improving mobility
  • Lengthening your muscles or tendons
  • Relieving pain in the area
  • Improving your body's function in the injured area

The hands-on techniques allow a chiropractor to encourage improvements to your health and physical abilities. It improves your ability to function in a healthy way and reduces that pain that may contribute to your limited range of motion.

Techniques Used in Soft Tissue Mobilization

When you consider soft tissue mobilization vs massage and other hands-on techniques, you must consider different techniques. Soft tissue mobilization differs from massage because it focuses on improving your mobility by breaking apart the adhesions that limit your movements.

A soft tissue chiropractor uses different techniques for specific goals. The common techniques include:

  • Constant pressure to the area, or sustained pressure techniques
  • Alternating circular motions, or spirals, that go back and forth between clockwise and counter-clockwise
  • Pushing on the affected area in a rhythmic way, or using oscillations
  • Pushing at the tissue in a perpendicular angle to the scar tissue, or a right angle to the tissue
  • Pushing along the seams of the muscles in a parallel direction

When comparing soft tissue mobilization vs massage or other treatments, the key factor is the focus on the scar tissue and personal mobility. A chiropractor evaluates the situation and determines the appropriate techniques based on the severity of the scars, the remaining inflammation, and your goals.

How to Follow Up After Soft Tissue Mobilization Therapy

After completing soft tissue mobilization therapy, you must follow through with recommendations from a chiropractor. You want to exercise regularly and maintain a healthy weight. We also provide supervised exercises and stretch to ensure that you understand proper techniques and will not face unnecessary injuries while working on your health. 

Soft tissue mobilization addresses problems with your ability to move easily due to injuries or accidents. It breaks apart certain types of scar tissue on the soft tissues of your body. To learn more about the treatments we offer to improve your mobility or to set up an appointment at the Nystrom Chiropractic Group, contact us at 415-459-1218 today.

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