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Is Active Release Technique (ART) Right For Me? New York, NY
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Active Release Technique (ART), a cutting-edge soft tissue therapy, has gained significant attention for its effectiveness in treating various musculoskeletal conditions. At Manhattan Sports Therapy, we specialize in ART, offering a solution to athletes and active individuals seeking relief from pain and improved performance. Here is a closer look at the conditions that benefit most from ART, illustrating why it’s a preferred treatment method in sports therapy.

Muscle Strains and Sprains

Muscle strains and sprains are common among athletes and physically active individuals. ART is particularly effective in treating these injuries, as it targets the specific muscles and ligaments affected. By breaking down scar tissue and restoring normal tissue movement, ART accelerates the healing process and reduces the likelihood of re-injury.

Tendinitis and Tendinopathies

Tendinitis, an inflammation of the tendons, is often seen in individuals engaging in repetitive motions. ART offers a significant relief by gently manipulating the affected tendons, thereby reducing inflammation and promoting healing. This technique is especially beneficial for conditions like Achilles tendinitis, tennis elbow, and golfer’s elbow.

Back Pain and Sciatica

Back pain, including sciatica, can severely impact daily activities. ART helps in alleviating back pain by targeting the soft tissues that contribute to discomfort. It’s effective in relieving the pressure on the sciatic nerve, offering a non-invasive solution to sciatica sufferers.

Carpal Tunnel Syndrome

Carpal Tunnel Syndrome, a common issue among office workers, can lead to numbness and weakness in the hand. ART practitioners at Manhattan Sports Therapy skillfully work on the muscles and tendons in the wrist and arm, reducing the pressure on the median nerve and alleviating symptoms associated with this condition.

Shoulder Impingement

Shoulder impingement is often experienced by individuals who perform overhead activities. ART addresses the underlying soft tissue restrictions, helping to increase range of motion and decrease discomfort in the shoulder.

Plantar Fasciitis

Plantar Fasciitis, a leading cause of heel pain, can be effectively managed with ART. By focusing on the plantar fascia, the technique helps to relieve tension and pain, aiding in a faster and more effective recovery.

Post-Surgical Scar Tissue

Post-surgical rehabilitation can be significantly enhanced with ART. The technique is adept at breaking down scar tissue, promoting flexibility, and reducing the risk of stiffness post-surgery.

The ART Advantage at Manhattan Sports Therapy

ART stands out as a versatile and effective treatment option for a wide range of conditions. Its ability to target specific tissues and promote natural healing makes it an invaluable tool in sports therapy. At Manhattan Sports Therapy, we are dedicated to helping our clients achieve their health and fitness goals through the power of ART. We pride ourselves on our expertise in Active Release Technique. Our skilled practitioners tailor the treatment to each individual’s needs, ensuring optimal outcomes. Whether you’re an athlete or someone dealing with chronic pain, ART at our facility offers a path to recovery and enhanced performance.

Book an appointment with us today and experience the transformational benefits of Active Release Technique.

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635 Madison Ave, 4th Floor
New York, NY 10022

Phone: (212) 310-0100


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