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Curt Redd

About Curt Redd

Expert Level MFR Therapist: Myofascial Release (MFR), as taught by John F. Barnes, is a highly effective, full body, hands-on approach. It involves stretches and compressions, applied with gentle pressure, that are held until the restriction releases. The pressure used during treatment is gentle, and never done beyond a client’s tolerance. This manual therapy can provide amazing results for decreasing pain and increasing range of motion.

Therapeutic Insight: The Myofascial Release Perspective—Breast Health

by John F. Barnes, P.T., L.M.T., N.C.T.M.B.   Myofascial release has been helpful in treating endometriosis, pelvic pain, menstrual cramps and pain, frequency, urgency and incontinence. It has also been successful in treating ovarian and breast cysts. What is a … Continue reading

Educating patients on the Healing Crisis

Sender:       Malvern PT Office <ptoffice@MYOFASCIALRELEASE.COM> Subject:      Educating patients on the Healing Crisis —————————— Sept. 11, 2013 Hi everyone The topic of the healing crisis, or how to talk to patients about the healing crisis, has … Continue reading

What Is Scoliosis?

By Anatomy In Motion‘s photo. Your spine, or backbone, helps hold your body upright. Without it, you couldn’t walk, run, or play sports. If you look at yourself sideways in the mirror or look at a friend from the … Continue reading

Pelvic-Floor Dysfunction (PFD)

Let Who Put What Where? Finding a Cure for Pelvic Pain The issue plaguing many women and has left most doctors flummoxed. But a new—and very intimate—form of therapy could finally provide relief. If you can handle it.  BY Veronica … Continue reading

Got Issues In Your Tissues?

By Joni Edmunds | September 6th, 2013 at 10:30 am How is it that with little warning, our body starts to hurt? We wake up during the night trying to get comfortable, and rise the next morning feeling tight, stiff … Continue reading

Carpal Tunnel Syndrome is Often Misdiagnosed

By Curt Redd, LMT Recently a Facebook post by Anatomy in Motion appeared discussing Carpal Tunnel Syndrome.  It was based on an article written by Christian Nordqvist, ” What Is Carpal Tunnel Syndrome? ” in Medical News Today (14 Aug … Continue reading

Scar Healing, Alternatives to Invasive Procedures

BY JOHN F. BARNES, PT September 2011 Les Nouvelles Esthétiques & Spa www.LNEONLINE COM TRAUMATIC OR SURGICAL SCARS can be a problem because they tend to grow inside the body of an individual, in a very unique pattern similar to … Continue reading

Testimonials from EXL Fitness

EXL Fitness – TESTIMONIALS Aubrey Cerny EXL Fitness and Performance Instructor and Personal Trainer As a fitness professional and busy mom, I am constantly moving, I am fit and healthy, but that doesn’t mean my body works efficiently 100% of … Continue reading

How to Understand Someone With Chronic Pain

My pain blooms everywhere; please try to understand… Chronic pain changes many things in life, most are invisible. Many people do not seem to understand chronic pain and its effects. Many people do not seem to understand that chronic … Continue reading

5 Secrets of Real Stretching

Posted by Roger Edmunds in Self-Treatment 26 Jul 2013 How to achieve longer-lasting benefits from stretching at a deeper level. These principles enable you to accomplish more with less effort, by better understanding muscle tissue and how it behaves. Based … Continue reading