Astym® therapy is a highly effective and safe soft tissue therapy. This treatment removes unwanted scar tissue that may be causing pain and movement restrictions and helps regenerate healthy, soft tissues in muscles and tendons. Most treatments only temporarily relieve symptoms. Astym® treatment is more effective than others because, unlike many other therapies, it is scientifically developed to resolve the underlying cause of soft tissue complications.
Tissues that are degenerated are weak and prone to injury. Scarring and degeneration are both common and can cause tremendous pain and limitations in movement. Injuries, surgery, sprains, strains, and intense use of soft tissues can cause scarring. Scarring can happen both on top of the skin and inside the body around joints, and can cause problems with:
Degeneration can also be a factor, and can be caused by age, overuse, improper movement, and disease. Tissues that are degenerated are weak and prone to injury. Scarring and degeneration are both common and can cause tremendous pain and limitations in movement.
Luckily, Astym® therapy works to regenerate tissues and reduce internal scar tissue. Because this treatment focuses on eliminating the cause of pain, patients can expect their symptoms to resolve and not cause them future discomfort. Astym® treatment can help with the following conditions:
Astym® treatment does not damage healthy tissues, rather it targets and regenerates unhealthy tissues. Because it was scientifically developed, has a sound research base, and has standardized protocols, Astym® is extremely safe to resolve tendinopathies, scar tissue problems, and other soft tissue dysfunctions. Athletes, medical professionals, and knowledgeable patients seek out Astym® treatment because it is the best soft tissue treatment currently available.
If you are suffering from tendinopathies, scar tissue problems, or a different soft tissue dysfunction, Astym® treatment is the best option for a full recovery. A typical course of this non-invasive treatment lasts about four to six weeks, and patients are encouraged to remain active. For more information on this treatment to see if it is right for you, contact the specialists at IMPACT Physical Therapy today!