The Center For Therapeutic Bodywork - Who can Benefit?
Myofascial Release Therapy

Mary Ryan
Mary M. Ryan LMT
Advanced Myofascial
Release Therapist

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What is Fascia
and do I have it?

What is Myofascial Release?


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Rockaway, NJ 07866

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Who can benefit from Myofascial Release?

Anyone can benefit from the John F. Barnes Myofascial Release Approach even our pets! Mary has worked with dogs, a rabbit, even a horse!

Myofascial Release is beneficial for a wide variety of conditions.

This includes but is not limited to:

• Fibromyalgia • Chronic Pain • Depression
• Headaches • Whiplash • Neck Pain
• Disc Problems • Adhesions • Neurological Dysfunction • Menopausal Problems • Sports Injuries • Scoliosis
• Incontinence • Arthritis • Migraines • Carpal Tunnel
• Scar Adhesions • Plantar Fasciitis • Emotional Stress
• Chronic Fatigue Syndrome • Back Pain
• TMJ Problems • Jaw Pain • Menstrual Pain
• Post Traumatic Stress Disorder • Restriction of Motion
• Sciatica • Vertigo • Spasm/Spasticity
• Myofascial Pain Syndrome • A Straightjacket Feeling

Receiving the John F. Barnes Myofascial Release Approach addresses the entire myofascial mind-body complex. Promoting mind-body awareness provides access to emotions and belief systems which may prevent permanent structural changes. Once this missing information is released, authentic healing can occur.

This type of whole bodywork approach can be successfully incorporated along with your traditional healthcare therapies.

Thank you for considering Myofascial Release Therapy as a choice on your journey to feeling better, feeling alive, feeling pain free, getting your life back.

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“The doctor said my shoulder injury was permanent and that I would have to live with it. After you worked on it a few times it healed and the pain went away.”
- Pat from NJ

Dear Mary,
“I sincerely appreciate your thoughtful expression of caring...”

“I love this place.”

Definitions according to The Mayo Clinic:

• Complementary medicine is thought of as treatments used in addition to the conventional therapies your doctor may prescribe, such as using tai chi or massage in addition to prescription medicine for anxiety.

• Alternative medicine is generally thought
of as being used instead of conventional methods. For example, this might mean seeing a homeopath or naturopath instead of your regular doctor.

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