Why Try Myofascial Release?

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 If you haven’t gotten results, or you’ve even gotten worse from deep tissue massage treatments and neuromuscular therapy, try working with myofascial techniques. Tony is our expert for classic Myofascial Release after the famous Robert Ward coined the phrase in the late 1960’s. Balance Orlando therapists also on staff that are trained are Sondra and Flower and especially […]

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Evidence Based Approach to Pain Management – Infographic

Pain management can be hard to understand so our concept and belief here at Balance Orlando is to help our clients stay off medication when managing pain. The impact of massage therapy is huge and needs to be expressed more now than ever. We found this infographic on; “Function in Pain Populations:  A Systematic Review […]

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Introducing “Flower” LMT to Balance Orlando

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We are so happy to have a new addition to the College Park team of incredible massage therapists. Her name is “Flower” and she has been a licensed massage therapist for over 6years. Flower is a therapist that can cater to both English and Spanish speaking clients. She has been credited to be a strong […]

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Massage or Bodywork

You know how a massage session usually goes? The therapist leaves you in the room by yourself, and you undress, then crawl between the sheets before they come back in and start the work. You can do that differently with our therapists: Book your massage as usual, but tell them you want a bodywork session. […]

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What’s the Balance Orlando Difference? We’re Definitely Not A Spa.

You may have already read about the Balance Orlando difference, and how we target pain through medical massage and bodywork. And you may have heard us say “we’re not a spa” or “discover the difference!” But what actually makes us different from other places where you can get a massage? Let’s start with equipment: 1. ComfortCraft tables  Jim Craft is […]

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12-Step Protocol for Healing Muscle Strains

Strains and sprains take time to repair, and can easily become chronically recurring injuries. So don’t ignore them, make sure they heal well the the first time. Follow the steps carefully, and move backwards in the sequence if symptoms recur. Please see a doctor if you’re in severe pain, or if you don’t get better. […]

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Lu’s Tips For Treating Plantar Fasciitis

Balance Orlando owner and certified Rolfer™ Lu Mueller-Kaul shares her tips for treating plantar fasciitis, gleaned from years of helping clients with this chronic foot condition. Want to know how to treat your feet? Read on. 1. For Plantar Fasciitis, Rest is Required This might mean taking it easy for a couple of days when […]

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Lower Back Pain: Who Gets It And Why?

Lower back pain is such a common affliction that, according to the NIH (National Institute of Arthritis and Musculoskeletal and Skin Diseases), nearly 8 in 10 Americans are affected at some point in their lives. Along with acute or chronic pain, symptoms can include limited flexibility and range of motion, as well as an inability […]

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