Fascial blading is a form of gentle, instrument assisted soft tissue mobilisation.
What is it?
The blade itself acts as an extension of the practitioner’s hands and allows the clinician to gently identify and breakdown scar tissue adhesions and fascial restrictions.
‘RockBlades’ help to activate the neurological responses and allow myofascial release. The blades can improve cortical mapping (the brains ability to process movement), which will allow clients to create positive movements and stability in target areas of the body. The result of this, is a considerable reduction of pain.
What are the benefits?
- Nerve entrapments treatment
- Treatments of tunnel syndrome
- Beneficial neural mapping
- Enhanced movements
- Reducedsmudging–dullness of feeling in muscles.
- Realignment of fascial chains – treatment with movement to increase myofascial release
- Increase movements, mobility, and range of motion
- Treatment of scar tissue
- Precision training (sports performance)
How does it work?
The Blades are used in a similar manner to massages, with different pressures and types of blades.
The therapist can release points, fascia, and muscles in the body and increase blood flow to enhance healing.
Instrument assisted soft tissue mobilization allows the body to have various beneficial responses ranging from; sensory, myofascial release, increase recovery time and lymphatic drainage.
Overall, these tools allow the brain and body to connect, to reduce pain and tightness within the body.
Clients will walk away from Blading treatment feeling that their movement is easier and more efficient.
Are there conditions where we may not be able to treat?
- Compromised tissue integrity (open wound, infection, tumour, thin/delicate skin)
- Active implants (pacemaker. Internal defibrillator, metal work)
- Inability to communicate
- Taking Warfarin/Blood thinners
- Deep vein thrombosis
- Peripheral vascular disease
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Sport & Exercise Scientist
Since studying Sport and Exercise Science and graduating from the University of Hertfordshire in 2015, I have continued to study and have furthered my skills with qualifications in Sports Rehabilitation Injuries, Personal Training, mat Pilates and have experience with GP Exercise Referrals and Special Population Groups.
I am a member of BASES, REPs and CIMSPA, accrediting me to be a Senior Health Practitioner.
Over the years, I have developed a passion and take pride in alleviating pain and enabling patients to recover and rehabilitate fully from injuries. I aim to identify the underlying postural causes of any dysfunction or symptom, and use a wide range of techniques that are adapted and specific to the needs of the individual client.
My approach is to create a functional, pain free, healthy lifestyle for all clients and my aim is to help them achieve their goals.