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Manual therapy is a skilled Hands on Techniques intended to produce any or all of the effects: Improve Tissue Extensibility, Increase Range of Motion of joint complex, Mobilize or Manipulate soft tissues and joints, Induce Relaxation, Change Muscle Function, modulate pain and Reduce soft tissue swelling, Inflammation or Movement restriction.
Physiotherapists at BPC are trained and certified from Manual Therapy Foundation of India (MTFI). We make you attain full Functional Independence after Replacement Surgeries. We specialize in Shoulder Stiffness and Post Traumatic Stiffness of Wrist & Knee.
MFTR (also known as MyoFascial Release Therapy or MyoFascial Trigger Point Therapy) is a type of safe, low load stretch that releases tightness and pain throughout the body caused by myofascial pain syndrome.
Fascia is a three dimensional web that permeates the whole body. It is generally in 3 layers. Superficial fascia, Deep fascia and Deepest fascia. Fascial restriction can occur at any one place and even affect the movement at other places too. This produces a myofascial pain from skeletal muscle or connective tissue that are "bound-down" by tight fascia. The point that produces pain is called a "Trigger".
MFTR is generally needed following an injury or losing flexibility. Conditions treated by MFTR include Temporo Mandibular joint pain(TMJ pain), Carpal Tunnel Syndrome, Fibromyalgia and Migraine Headaches.
Dr.Ramya SenthilKumar at BPC is doing her research on "Effectiveness of MFTR therapy on Cervical Neck Pain Syndrome on School Teachers". Its an ongoing research process.
Viscera is the internal organs of the body, specifically those within the chest (as the heart or lungs) or abdomen (as the liver, pancreas or intestines). In fact visceral means deep down.
Imagine as adhesion around the lungs. It would cause abnormal accommodation in nearby body structures. For example, the adhesion could alter rib motion which inturn causes imbalanced forces on the vertebral column and hence pain or pull elsewhere in the body.
VM is an integrative approach to assess the relationships between the viscera, their fascial or ligamenteous attachements to the musculo skeletal system. It relies on the palpation of normal & abnormal forces within the body. By specific techniques the therapists unlocks the abnormal forces and improves the bodily functions. It includes soft manual forces to encourage the normal mobility, tone and motion of the viscera and their connective tissues.