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Myofascial Release therapist Brian Phillips, LIC. #75389

Credentials: CERT., Pacific College of Oriental Medicine, San Diego, CA

CERT., John Barnes Myofascial Release approach.

My doctor told me to get a desk job because of an injury, but that's not what I wanted, so I continued to work in the trades for twenty years. The tension in my arm and shoulder slowly increased over time, a result from surgery and work related stress. It felt like a vice was squeezing the muscles in my chest, shoulder, and neck. It affected my work, and the activities I enjoyed.

I went to school to study alternative therapies, looking for a method that might help with my discomfort. I explored different therapys that treat chronic pain, and I found Myofascial Release (MFR) to be the most effective.

 

I got licensed, started up my practice and began treating people's physical issues. I soon realized MFR is much more than just a means for pain rehabilitation.

The capacity of MFR to heal trauma is increasingly remarkable. Whether it's physical or emotional, it appears that a person's sufferings get subconsciously validated through this work, which creates real change.

I specialize in Myofascial Release because I think the results are powerful. I feel like MFR is a rare modality; it's a lot different than other therapies, and I want more people to expierence it.  

This is fascia man.

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