Everything in the human body is connected in some way. One type of tissue that provides structural integrity to our bodies, that we discuss today, is called “Fascia.” Our guest, Leslie Daley, is an occupational therapist using John Barnes Myofascial Release, a gentle, effective technique which provides consistent results in reducing pain, restoring motion and improving quality of life for her patients.
She discusses how manual release work can be subtle and more superficial and how this can sometimes unearth bodily emotions that have been stored in our bodies. She dives into why she provides myofascial release work to her patients and how it can be used for many types of issues including post-surgical care. Leslie believes in not pushing the body, but allowing the body to guide her movements.
Leslie has specialized training in women’s health to evaluate and treat pelvic conditions, providing individualized treatment, guidance and support. Because the fascia can not be seen with imaging, it is often overlooked by conventional medical treatments. John Barnes Myofascial release reduces chronic or mysterious pain where other modalities have failed.
You can read more about Leslie or book a session at www.IntegralMFR.com