Soft Tissue Techniques

dry needling

Dry Needling

This involves inserting a very fine, sterile, single-use needle in the trigger points without injecting any substance which can help ease the trigger point and relax the muscle.

trigger point therapy

Trigger Point Therapy

Gentle sustained pressure to ease the Trigger Points commonly felt as hyperirritable spot (often referred to as knots) in the fascia surrounding the skeletal muscle.

myofascial release

Myofascial Release

This is a highly effective manual therapy technique that focuses on applying pressure to myofascial (fascial system – connective tissue) restrictions in order to restore efficient movement patterns and decrease pain.



Instrument Assisted Soft Tissue Mobilisation (IASTM) involves using a range of tools to locate and treat soft tissue restrictions.



This is a hands-on technique that focuses on stretching muscle and tendon structures to help return to previous mobility levels and avoid future injury.