Active Release Therapy

Active Release Techniques (ART) is a non-invasive treatment system precisely engineered to locate and quickly resolve problems with muscles, tendons, ligaments, and connective tissue.

Active Release Therapy Helps With

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Headaches/Migraines

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Whiplash Injuries

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Thoracic Outlet Syndrome

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Carpal Tunnel Syndrome

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Hip Pain

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ITB Syndrome

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Hamstring Strains

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Ankle Sprains

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Achilles Tendonitis

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Lateral Collateral Ligament Sprains

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Plantar Fasciitis

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Knee Pain

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Temporomandibular(TMJ)

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Shoulder Impingement

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Bicipital Tendonitis

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Wrist Sprains

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Abdominal Muscle Strains

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Sciatica

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Patellar Tendonitis

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Repetitive Stress and Overuse Injuries

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Nerve Entrapments

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Neck/Cervical Pain

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Rotator Cuff Injuries

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Epicondylitis (Tennis Elbow)

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Hand Grip Injuries

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Low Back Pain

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Piriformis Syndrome

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Lockjaw

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Quadriceps Strains

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As well as many other conditions

Active Release Therapy Helps With

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Headaches/Migraines

R

Whiplash Injuries

R

Thoracic Outlet Syndrome

R

Carpal Tunnel Syndrome

R

Hip Pain

R

ITB Syndrome

R

Hamstring Strains

R

Ankle Sprains

R

Achilles Tendonitis

R

Lateral Collateral Ligament Sprains

R

Plantar Fasciitis

R

Knee Pain

R

Temporomandibular(TMJ)

R

Shoulder Impingement

R

Bicipital Tendonitis

R

Wrist Sprains

R

Abdominal Muscle Strains

R

Sciatica

R

Patellar Tendonitis

R

Repetitive Stress and Overuse Injuries

R

Nerve Entrapments

R

Neck/Cervical Pain

R

Rotator Cuff Injuries

R

Epicondylitis (Tennis Elbow)

R

Hand Grip Injuries

R

Low Back Pain

R

Piriformis Syndrome

R

Lockjaw

R

Quadriceps Strains

R

As well as many other conditions

Active Release Therapy Helps With

R

Headaches/Migraines

R

Whiplash Injuries

R

Thoracic Outlet Syndrome

R

Carpal Tunnel Syndrome

R

Hip Pain

R

ITB Syndrome

R

Hamstring Strains

R

Ankle Sprains

R

Achilles Tendonitis

R

Lateral Collateral Ligament Sprains

R

Plantar Fasciitis

R

Knee Pain

R

Temporomandibular(TMJ)

R

Shoulder Impingement

R

Bicipital Tendonitis

R

Wrist Sprains

R

Abdominal Muscle Strains

R

Sciatica

R

Patellar Tendonitis

R

Repetitive Stress and Overuse Injuries

R

Nerve Entrapments

R

Neck/Cervical Pain

R

Rotator Cuff Injuries

R

Epicondylitis (Tennis Elbow)

R

Hand Grip Injuries

R

Low Back Pain

R

Piriformis Syndrome

R

Lockjaw

R

Quadriceps Strains

R

As well as many other conditions

About

What to Expect

For your first visit we will likely begin with your medical history and background, followed by questions concerning the specific problem you’re experiencing. These questions include where your condition or pain is located, what may have caused it, and what motion(s) aggravates it. From there, the provider will move to the hands-on diagnostic process and examine the described areas to pinpoint the root problem.

The first treatment session consists of a 15 minute evaluation followed by 45 minutes of body work. Each following session lasts about 55-minutes. Many clients experience a dramatic reduction in pain and an increase in range of motion after their first treatment. 

 

FAQ

Frequently Asked Questions

Does active release therapy really work?

It’s understandable that some would label active release therapy as a deep tissue massage’s angrier, more aggressive counterpart. But it’s actually one of the most effective methods of soft tissue release.

Is Active Release Technique painful?

Active Release Therapy involves precise pressure and can be painful for some. If you have a low tolerance for pain, you’ll likely find a treatment session uncomfortable. We will do our best to ease into the muscle to give as little discomfort as possible.

Following a treatment session, your tissue may be sore. Some compare this soreness to muscle aches following strength training.

Can active release therapy help arthritis?

Using ART on arthritic joints and surrounding tissue can alleviate pain and symptoms resulting from arthritis. In many cases, ART can restore most of the function in arthritic joints. 

What are the potential risks of ART treatment?

Because ART treatment is non-invasive, there are no known short- or long-term side effects to ART treatments

We are Here to help

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The office’s mission is to help our patients achieve their health goals through the latest combination of cutting-edge personal training strategies and master-level manual therapies available. Our focus centers on correcting the symptomatic causes of pain, nerve disorders, muscle injury, and spinal-related issues. 

Client

Testimonials

My name is Trisha, I'm the manager at a Superfood Company Raw Revelation, I have gained a lot of knowledge how to repair our bodies with Superfoods. I did however come to an issue with my leg & knee. I had numbness on my right foot going up to my knew. I let it escalate and the pain went up to my right side. Dean at Pro-Fit has helped me familiarize why this was happening and how to help myself recover with using certain techniques I can do at home. He provided great knowledge of the active release therapy. I have a lot more feeling on my right side now, such a relief! Thank you Pro-Fit for getting my
body back to normal.

Trisha Denton - Raw Revelation

I had a great session with Dean for a foot problem. Dean took a video of my normal walking gait and explained how my problem was mainly caused by poor posture and my walking improperly. He gave me therapy and direction on how to correct this. I can already see a big difference.

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