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Those painful knots that your feel in your shoulders and mid-back are Trigger points. Don's live in pain. Whole Health Medical Solutions can Help


Foam rollers are great for improving your flexibility by releasing muscle adhesions. If you have tight calves, using a foam roller will do wonders. Check out our how-to video!


6 Recovery Techniques for Cyclists - #6 Self-Myofascial Massage – self-myofascial release with a foam roller or massage stick can promote circulation, blood flow, and relax the muscles. Done the night of the workout, self-myofascial release can remove scar tissue, muscle adhesions, and restrictions in the fascia. Related product: CanDo® Foam Rollers.

Help Fix Fascia Muscle Adhesions & Scar Tissue Pain Doing This! …

ROLL Recovery R8 After training, inflammation, swelling and muscle stiffness occurs. One of the fastest ways to recover is with massage. Revolutionary in design, the R8 massage roller was developed to reduce inflammation after workouts, breakup muscle adhesions and stimulate blood circulation.


See her awesome results! The FasciaBlaster® can make you smaller!!! The visceral fascia binds to the muscles and every other structure it its way. It also traps inflammation like water in a Ziploc bag. The FasciaBlaster® BREAKS UP the fascial adhesions and general tightness that causes round bellies! This is an instant result and it feels so much better! Here's how:


Foam Rolling: A Deep Tissue Massage. A must to release adhesions in the muscles…

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4 Easy Stretches to Help Keep Your Lower Back Healthy

Mobility Tools ~ a small, furnitureless area in our home dedicated to #flexibility that I (playfully) call the "dojo." Here, I keep the mobility tools that I use twice-each-week to roll, mash, and stretch the tissues of my body. (I especially like the rolling-pin with the orange handles; it's good for working deeply into those muscle adhesions.) #healthyliving


Cross-fiber friction massage for muscle adhesions