Soft tissue release targets a specific muscle and then moves it through its pain-free range of motion. It effectively releases areas that are more difficult to stretch on your own. It also specifically isolates muscles that would normally be stretched together in a group.
SOFT TISSUE THERAPY
SOFT TISSUE THERAPY
Fine solid needles are inserted into anatomically defined neurofunctional sites along the meridians. It is then stimulated with electrical current for the therapeutic purpose of modulating abnormal activity of the nervous system.
Functional Integrated Needling
Differs from medical acupuncture in that it does not use meridians. The needles are inserted into specific anatomic structures to promote blood flow; in turn decreasing muscle tension and pain.
It is a type of passive movement of a skeletal joint, using high-velocity-low- amplitude (HVLA) thrusting maneuvers. It reduces pressure in various joint cavities from the spine to ankles and knees. Joint manipulation increases range of motion in joints and restores function.
DR. AMANDA SCIONE
Dr. Amanda was born and raised in Ancaster Ontario where she developed an interest in athletics and wellness at a young age. In the early years she was a dancer but then traded in her ballet slippers for some basketball sneakers.
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Dr. Scione has literally saved our family!
She started treating my daughters who are dancers and fixed things that no one else could. She gave them an injury prevention plan as well as treating the areas of concern. She explains everything both to me and to them in a way that they can understand and provides realistic solutions to prevention. Their dance success has a lot to do with flexibility and remaining injury free and that is all thanks to Dr Scione. She now treats five other members of my extended family who have had everything from running injuries to knee and hip replacements. I honestly can not say enough good things.
- T. Rix