Experts in Soft Tissue Mobilization in Greenville South Carolina

Strains and sprains are common soft tissue injuries. Soft tissues are made up of  different kinds of cells that surround and support the organs and skeletal system. They include muscles, skin, fat, ligaments, fascia, tendons, blood vessels, nerves, and cartilage. The body’s natural method of healing these soft tissue injuries includes creating adhesions, which may become chronic, leading to long term inflammation and collagenous scar tissue. Soft tissue mobilization is a hands-on therapeutic method aimed to reduce any pain, swelling, or scar tissue, break up adhesions, and increase, as well as improve, range of motion by stretching and lengthening fascia.

How We Help

The LeJeune Integrated Medical Centers’ specialists use soft tissue mobilization to treat soft tissue injuries, relax tense muscles, reduce scar tissue, stretch and lengthen fascia. Soft tissue mobilization is useful in treating particular problems, including:

  • Shin splints
  • Tennis elbow
  • Carpal tunnel syndrome
  • Tendinitis
  • Hip pain
  • Ankle or knee sprain

Give us a call today to schedule your free consultation.

Soft tissue mobilization is a type of manual physical therapy where your authorized PT utilizes hands-on techniques on your muscles, ligaments and fascia in order to break adhesions and optimize your muscle capability.

Adhesions are your body’s attempt to heal a soft tissue injury with an extended inflammation process, bringing about lengthy strands of collagenous scar tissue. These new tissues pull against each other, forming trigger points of pain.


Soft Tissue Mobilization Techniques

Your authorized PT is specially prepared to utilize their hands to push, pull and knead your muscles, ligaments, tendons and nerves in exact ways to assist with bringing you relief from pain and return you to functionality.

Being able to implement soft tissue mobilization techniques requires a significant amount of training in human anatomy and physiology and understanding how controlling the tissues will affect physical function. Physical therapists have some expertise in assessment, evaluation and treatment of movement function disorders. Soft tissue mobilization is just one of the methodologies that we use to assist our patients with meeting their practical objectives.

On the off chance that you have any strains, sprains, or questions about the strategies utilized in soft tissue mobilization, give us a call!