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"Scar tissue formed after surgery or injury often ends up being painful and limiting movement for patients. Although there are a number of possible treatments, these options are expensive and often have only limited success. According to Drs. Michael Mont, Morad Chughtai, Jared Newman, and their colleagues, a revolutionary new approach is now available. Called Astym therapy, the new method works by stimulating the body’s own mechanisms of regeneration for soft tissues and re-absorption of scar tissue. Crucially, after treatment, patients report significant improvements in mobility and pain relief..."

Your Astym Certified therapist went through intensive training to become an expert in treating soft tissue dysfunctions and scar tissue. With Astym therapy, you're an active participant in your recovery. Here's what to expect during your first visit:

After driving back to Wyoming from Nebraska my lower back was starting to kill me. At one point it was so bad that my back would lock up and put me on the ground...

I broke my tibia and fibula in my right leg. I did not receive proper physical therapy after my injury and was in a wheelchair for several months. I finally made it to SERC in Liberty, Missouri and began receiving the treatment that I needed....

I had chronic low back pain that was preventing me from sleeping. I would wake up at 3 in the morning in pain and had pain throughout the day when sitting, walking, or driving. In addition, I had very little flexibility in my lower back....

I had ankle surgery in May 2018. It was very painful and felt like it was taking a long time to heal. I still had pain once in a while. I call Momentum Physical Therapy and they do some Astym therapy on my ankle and...

I had very complicated ankle surgery on May 10, 2018, and for the next four months dealt with swelling on each side, right under the ankle bones and super tender nerves that made me feel like anything that touched my foot was sandpaper. By the...

Two years ago I broke both of the bones in my leg, right by my ankle joint. It required screws on one side and screws and a plate on the other. I was non-weight bearing for 6 weeks and in a boot for two more...