Soft Tissue

Now Offering ASTYM for Insulin Injection Site Fibrosis

2020-06-03T16:57:41+00:00June 3rd, 2020|Astym, News, Soft Tissue, Treatments|

Diabetes is an increasingly prevalent disease within the United States, with an estimate of 30.3 million people having diabetes as of 2015. That’s roughly 9.4% of the United States populationdiagnosed. Some diabetics require insulin injections to regulate their blood sugar. The insulin is injected into select locations of the body where the fatty tissue is [...]

Case Study: Scar Management for Breast Encapsulation with ASTYM Protocol

2020-02-21T18:15:00+00:00February 21st, 2020|Breast Cancer, Cancer Rehabilitation, News, Research, Soft Tissue, Uncategorized|

Kim Marshall, DPT, CLT, in our Garden Grove office, has been having great success with restoring motion and function for breast cancer patients after surgery and/or radiation therapy.  ASTYM treatment, an FDA-Approved Regenerative Soft Tissue Therapy, is just one of the treatments that Kim uses as part of our Breast Cancer Rehabilitation program.  Below is [...]

What is Myofascial Release?

2017-07-14T13:24:46+00:00April 24th, 2017|Injuries, Orthopedics, Soft Tissue, Treatments|

Myofascial release techniques encompass a variety of soft tissue therapies to treat pain, relax muscles, improve circulation and lymphatic drainage, and increase mobility.  At Progressive Physical Therapy we have extensive experience in this method that employ gentle touch and stretching to promote healing and relieve chronic conditions. Skin, muscles, tendons and ligaments often become stiff, [...]

ASTYM Treatment

2017-07-21T17:04:57+00:00August 13th, 2013|Injuries, Soft Tissue, Treatments|

ASTYM Treatment Leads to Faster Recovery for Soft Tissue Injuries Helping our patients recover in the quickest possible time frame is always our number one priority.  Over the years, we have had great success with Astym (A-stim) treatment that sets the standard for soft tissue therapy. It regenerates healthy soft tissues (muscles, tendons, etc.), [...]