Spray and Stretch

What is the Spray and Stretch Technique?

The Spray and Stretch Technique is a manual therapy technique used to relieve pain and improve range of motion in patients with musculoskeletal conditions.

 

It involves the application of a cooling spray followed by stretching  of the affected muscles.

 

This technique works by numbing the area with the cooling spray, which helps to reduce pain and muscle spasms.

 

The stretching component then helps to improve flexibility and restore normal function.

How does the Spray and Stretch Technique work?

The Spray and Stretch Technique works by targeting trigger points in the muscles.

 

Trigger points are tight knots or bands of muscle fibers that can cause pain and restrict movement.

 

By applying the cooling spray and stretching the muscles, the trigger points are released, providing immediate pain relief.

Is the Spray and Stretch Technique right for you?

The Spray and Stretch Technique

is suitable for a wide range of musculoskeletal conditions, including:

 

Back pain

Neck pain

Shoulder pain

Knee pain

Hip pain

Sports injuries

 

The Spray and Stretch Technique is a game-changer in the field of pain management, especially combined with acupuncture and/or injections.

 

With its non-invasive nature, cost-effectiveness, and results, it is a highly recommended option for anyone suffering from musculoskeletal conditions.

How many sessions of the Spray and Stretch Technique will I need?

The number of sessions required varies depending on the individual and the severity of the condition.

Are there any side effects of the Spray and Stretch Technique?

The Spray and Stretch Technique is generally safe and well-tolerated.

 

However, some patients may experience temporary redness or mild discomfort at the site of treatment.

Can I combine the Spray and Stretch Technique with other treatment options?

The Spray and Stretch Technique can

be used in conjunction with other treatment options to enhance the overall effectiveness.

 

Dr. Hardy will work with you to develop a comprehensive treatment plan.

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