What could you do if pain wasn't holding you back?

Your struggle with chronic pain stops here. Moench Method Bodywork is here to help you fix your pain fast. We identify the source of your pain and eliminate it using our proven bodywork method so that you can get back to doing the things you love.

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We don't just help you manage your chronic pain, we eliminate it. 

Watch this video to learn how we can help.

How we're different than other pain management solutions

Instead of band-aiding your chronic pain with temporary fixes, we identify and fix the fundamental problem at its source by zeroing in on what's really causing your pain. Then, we treat those issues directly, so you can start feeling better faster and for good.

Pain is a symptom of a much larger problem. Most people with chronic pain or lingering injuries go to doctors, specialists, and pain management clinics who are trained to treat symptoms. Your symptoms may be better temporarily — but these other avenues never actually address the root cause of your problem.

97% of your pain receptors are in your soft tissue. If you have pain, discomfort, or dysfunction of some sort in your body, the overwhelming majority of the time the chances are that you have a major soft tissue dysfunction. 

 

If you fail to address the dysfunction that's coming from tight and contracted muscles, it does not fix the root cause of your pain. And sadly, your discomfort and pain will only persist.

The Moench Method

Pain Management Clinics

  • Focused on treating symptoms to minimize your chronic pain

  • Focused on finding the root cause of your chronic pain and solving the dysfunction at the source

  • Focused on developing long-term treatment plans to keep you coming in for extended periods of time

  • Focused on getting you well again in as few treatments as possible

  • Focused on healing using a holistic bodywork method that doesn't resort to expensive surgery or other pharmaceutical
    interventions

  • Often recommends surgical intervention and/or long-term use of medications

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What we do that rids you of your chronic pain

The Moench Method focuses entirely on the tissue that holds your body together: your fascia or soft tissue.

When you injure a muscle, it contracts or shrinks so that you can't and won't move it so that the muscle can heal. It's what we like to call: "mother nature's cast".

Without treatment, your muscle heals shorter and more contracted than it was before you got hurt. This takes away your normal range of motion. And you're not able to use that muscle the same way you once could before.

 

What we do is lengthen your fascia (or soft tissue) so that your muscles can take their original shape. This stops your muscles from painfully pulling at any of its attachments.

At the end of this process, your muscles and fascia are lengthened - which gives you back full range of motion, proper blood supply, and lymphatic drainage to your problem areas that have been worked on. You can learn more about what we do here.

WONDERING IF WE CAN TREAT YOUR INJURY OR CONDITION? CALL US 

What our clients are saying about their experience with us

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Types of chronic pain and conditions we treat

HEAD PAIN

  • Migraines

  • Cluster headaches

  • Tension headaches

  • TMJ

  • Tinnitis (ear ringing)

NECK PAIN

  • Neck pain

  • Neck injuries

  • Whiplash injuries

  • Torticollis

SHOULDER PAIN

  • Shoulder pain

  • Frozen shoulder

  • Thoracic Outlet syndrome

  • Adhesive capsultitis

ARM PAIN

  • Tennis elbow

  • Golfer's elbow

  • Carpal Tunnel syndrome

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BACK PAIN

  • Herniated disc(s)

  • Spinal injuries

  • Spina-bifida

  • Lumbar strain

HIP PAIN

KNEE PAIN

FOOT PAIN

  • Hip flexor pain

  • Hip pointers

  • Groin pain /strain

  • IT Band syndrome

  • Runner's knee

  • Patellar tendonitis

  • Osgood Slaughter syndrome

  • Plantar fascitis

  • Ankle sprain

  • Turf toe

  • Achilles tendonitis

  • Server's disease

  • Morton's neuroma

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