While some pains and injuries are complex and harder to solve, most are relatively simple and I want to share my 3 step “formula” for how to problem solve your pain with fascia release.
You can apply these three steps to everything from plantar fasciitis to knee pain, low back pain, mid back pain, shoulder pain and more.
These three steps are relatively simple, but they might FEEL hard to you if you’ve never never stepped outside your pain before and attempted to look at it through a more objective scientific lens.
We tend to react to pain when it shows up, and our instincts are to touch, rub, massage and “hold” the part that hurts. Think: holding your lower back when it “goes out,” or reaching down to touch your knee when there’s pain under the kneecap; we roll painful feet on balls and water bottles and beg our partners to massage our aching shoulders and necks.
But do these actions ever really make the pain go away?
Most of the time, no.
While these instincts are normal, they don’t help us SOLVE the mystery of WHY we’re in pain.
You can use fascia release to solve your aches and pains, but you have to adhere to these three steps without deviating…and these three steps start with something that goes against your natural human instinct.
Watch the video for full instructions on these three steps to problem solving pain with fascia release, and then share your thoughts below!
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