Myofascial, Fascia and Concussion Treatment


Fascia Treatment and Training Advanced Techniques in Myofascial Release Therapy

Fascia Treatments:  Create Results.

The Path to Pain-Free Living Through Fascia Release.

Myofascial pain manifests in varied ways—deep muscular aches, persistent discomfort that intensifies if unaddressed, and the common ‘knots’ (spams/restrictions) create trigger points.

These symptoms can disrupt sleep and diminish quality of life.

Often, myofascial pain stems from ongoing strains such as sustained pressure, repetitive movements, poor posture, muscle injuries, or inflammation.

Even stress and anxiety play a significant role, with the Mayo Clinic indicating they may contribute more to myofascial pain than physical injuries.

SFT specialized Fascia Release Therapy aims to address these root causes, promoting healing and restoring function. The objective of our unique treatment is to guide you towards a life free of pain, where myofascial health is restored and maintained for lasting well-being.

Experience Transformation: Fascia Treatment for Enduring Relief. Picture your pain dissolving, function rejuvenating. Pain is a sign of tight or adhered fascial restrictions—once these are liberated, discomfort vanishes, leaving you restored. Feeling lighter moving with Ease.

Myo-fascial work is mild and gentle stretching resulting in permanent change.  This gentle approach has a profound and lasting effect on the body. Gentle can be often the best approach when there is too much stress in the body.  While deep tissue manipulation can rebound, myo-fascial’s gentle touch allows the tissue to release for long term results.


Conditions Treated with Myofascial Therapy

General Health Concerns:

  • Concussion Symptoms
  • Back Pain
  • Headaches – Migraines
  • Neck Pain
  • Hip Pain
  • Whiplash – recent or chronic
  • Disc pain
  • Fibromyalgia
  • Neurological Dysfunction
  • TMJ
  • Carpal Tunnel – treating the neck or root cause of disorder
  • Scar therapy
  • Sciatic Pain

Women’s Health Problems:

  • Stress
  • Brain Fog
  • Mastectomy Pain and Restrictions
  • Menstrual Problems
  • Urinary Frequency
  • Irritable Bowel
  • Scar Reduction after Reconstruction Surgery or Breast Implants
  • Infertility Problems
  • Incontinence
  • Lymphedema – complements Lymphatic Drainage Therapy
  • Endometriosis

I’m astounded by the transformation in my golf performance. At 62, not only am I free from pain, but I’m also playing the best golf I’ve had in two decades. A radiologist reviewing my MRI was shocked I could walk, let alone play golf. Yet here I am, scoring a personal best of 68. Simone’s treatments have been life-changing—they’ve kept me on my feet, on the course, and consistently in the winner’s circle. Her expertise is something I trust implicitly. Count me in as a lifelong advocate and a dedicated participant in her maintenance program

Chuck Stewart, Indian Wells

“Simone possesses a rare talent for intuitively understanding the body’s needs, applying a precisely balanced approach that’s both gentle and effectively assertive. Her skill in manipulating Fascia and other connective tissues transforms physical capabilities, dramatically enhancing range of motion for both elite and senior athletes.

She expertly alleviates muscle stiffness and tension, while also addressing the emotional and psychological stresses that accompany them.

All of this is delivered with utmost professionalism and empathy. I wholeheartedly endorse Simone, an extraordinary practitioner whose intelligence and gifted touch are truly exceptional.

Cheryl, Wyoming


Unraveling the Mystery of Pain: Expertise in Pain Management and Myofascial Healing.

The quest to pinpoint the source of pain is often complex, even for seasoned professionals. As someone seeking relief, it might seem logical to assume the pain originates from where it hurts, but the body’s interconnectedness frequently means the true cause lies elsewhere.

The fascia, a powerhouse of support with the tensile strength of up to 2000 pounds per square inch, is central to our body’s framework. This robust network is the reason you stand tall; it’s much more than just a protective layer beneath the skin. When it functions optimally, it’s an asset, but when it’s restricted, the pressure can feel like an unyielding clamp, constraining movement and causing significant pain.

Fascia, the body’s connective tissue, boasts an immense tensile strength—vital for maintaining posture and supporting movement. When fascia is healthy, it contributes to our structural integrity. However, when it becomes bound and dysfunctional, the resulting pressure can lead to debilitating pain and limited mobility.

Direct Fascia Treatment targets these restrictions head-on, utilizing specialized techniques to release the fascia’s grip and alleviate pain. This approach not only provides immediate relief but also promotes long-term healing by restoring the fascia’s natural flow and function.

Mayo Clinic and Dr. Janet Travell, the pioneering physician who became the first woman to serve in the White House medical team after addressing JFK’s back pain, have shed light on this. For a deeper dive into their insights, visit my blog page where I explore the complexities of fascial pain, myofascial release, and innovative concussion treatments.

Understanding Movement

Every time you move your body it works as a congruent system. The muscles constantly interact with fascia and the fascia strongly affects the muscles. Normally a harmonious relationship until one structure is injured, changed, over worked or under worked. Various therapies directly or indirectly affect the relationship between muscle and fascia, every time you touch the body you are touching muscles and fascia.

Fascia is a continuous sheet of connective tissue that extends throughout the body. Imagine a nylon suit seamless with no beginning and no end extending from the front of your forehead to the bottom of your toes and intertwined throughout every organ, muscle and tissue. When fascia is injured along with the muscles, every region of the body is affected, not just the area presenting symptoms. Your body has changed every cell and every fiber has adjusted so you can keep functioning.