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Myofascial
Release
Specialists

For chronic pain conditions and acute pain and injuries
What is myofascial release?

Book a 1-1 Appointment

Appointments for myofascial release are available in Leeds, Brighton & Hove, Eastbourne, London and online.

Online Self Help Courses

Effective and informative self help courses including explanations of chronic pain and simple self-care exercises.

Myofascial Release Workshops

Workshops And Courses

Group myofascial release public
workshops, and training courses for professionals.

About Us

The Pain Care Clinic offers a unique combination of myofascial release, ScarWork and non-invasive advanced clinical massage therapy and bodywork techniques including trigger point therapy, sports massage and other massage techniques to create tailored programmes for individual private clients at our clinic locations in Leeds, Yorkshire, Brighton and Hove, Sussex, Eastbourne, Sussex, or Harley Street, London, as well as online myofascial consultations.

Clients consult us following diagnosis of a range of chronic pain conditions and acute pain or sports injuries including:

 

Sports Injuries Massage Treatment

Pain Advice Centre

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Understanding Pain

It is important for both the client and the therapist to understand the type of pain they are dealing with. Learn more.

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Pain Conditions

Learn more about chronic pain conditions we’ve successfully treated with myofascial release. Find general information about each condition and medical treatment as well as myofascial explanations and treatment options. Learn more.

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What Is Myofascial Release?

Myofascial release is a gentle, hands-on, bodywork technique that works deeply into the body to ease chronic pain and restore alignment and mobility to muscles and joints. Learn more.

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