Root Canal

Myofascial Release and Root Canals – Preventing pain naturally

I have been lucky enough to meet a number of innovative people in the healthcare field over the past five years. Two of those, documentary makers Frazer Bailey and Justin Lyons, have made two internationally awarded documentaries E-Motion and most recently Root Cause.   Root Cause investigates the damage that a root canal procedure can […] Read more

Knee Injury

Myofascial Release for Knee Injuries

Despite advancements in ground surfaces and shoe technology over the years, knee injuries appear on the increase from seemingly innocuous events. A consistent theme that pairs with these knee injuries is soft tissue injuries in the legs. Each week it seems there is another professional athlete sustaining a ligament-related knee injury. At the extreme there […] Read more

Soft Tissue Injury

ESPN Article – Soft Tissue Injuries in Cricket

I was recently interviewed for an article by leading sports website, ESPN, to discuss soft tissue injuries in cricket. The cricket writer, Michael Jeh, is an Oxford Blue who played first-class cricket, and a Playing Member of the MCC. We discuss the importance of treating fascia and how it’s vital to treat myofascial tissue in order […] Read more

back pain

Is Your Pain In Your Tissues? Back Pain, Neck Pain and Soft Tissue Injuries

An Insight Into The John F. Barnes Myofascial Release ApproachTM   Have you tried everything to relieve yourself of this ongoing pain?   Some ground-breaking research in the scientific world provides an exciting opportunity for those suffering from long term back pain, neck pain and soft tissue injuries and various other conditions (eg fibromyalgia) causing unexplained […] Read more

Myofascial Release

What is the John F. Barnes Myofascial Release Approach?

The John F. Barnes Myofascial Release Approach™ incorporates three elements – myofascial structural release, myofascial unwinding and myofascial rebounding.   Myofascial Structural Release The John F. Barnes Myofascial Release Approach™ involves applying gentle, sustained pressure for a long period (generally between 5-7 minutes) until the restricted fascia melts back to its natural gel-like state. The […] Read more