soft tissue therapy


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soft tis·sue ther·a·py

(sawft tish'ū thār'ă-pē)
Manual therapy that affects the soft tissues of the body (e.g., muscle, fascia).
Manual therapy that affects the soft tissues of the body (e.g., muscle, fascia).
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The PT included PROM in all 5 cases, soft tissue therapy in 4 cases, and laser therapy in 3 cases.
Soft tissue therapy and PROM may loosen and break down soft tissue and myofascial attachments that have formed.
Each chapter contains information on assessment, diagnosis and treatment including soft tissue therapy, mobilization and rehabilitative exercises.
She had been treated with soft tissue therapy involving movement and instrument-assisted soft tissue therapy while at the camp, and was cleared to practice, with the provision she warmed up prior and stretched and iced following.
Treatment modalities consisted of high-velocity, low-amplitude (HVLA) spinal manipulation, soft tissue therapy including Active Release Techniques (A.