Myofascial Release is a form of soft tissue (fascia) therapy. Fascia is a structure of connective tissue that surrounds muscles, groups of muscles, blood vessels, and nerves. It binds some structures together, while permitting others to slide smoothly over each other. Fascia can become tight or restricted which can cause pain and limit motion. Once these limitations are released, the person can experience ease and freedom of motion, comfort at rest, and relaxation.
Why Choose Us
At Cincinnati Children's, we have pediatric-trained occupational and physical therapists who provide myofascial release as part of holistic care.
Who Can Benefit?
An infant, child, or adolescent who is experiencing pain, difficulty moving, or limited range of motion may benefit.
Some of the reasons why people seek treatment include: back pain, neck pain, tennis elbow, TMJ dysfunction, headaches, migraines, after traumatic injury or slips and falls, after surgery, scars, sciatica, carpal tunnel, whiplash, lumbar and cervical injuries, birth trauma, chronic pain, and chronic fatigue
Location of Service
Myofascial Release therapy is offered at Cincinnati Children's various inpatient and outpatient locations