Why Active Release Technique (ART)?

By Dr. Sebastian Gonzales

Active Release Technique (ART) is a patented, highly advanced, and specific treatment method for soft tissue injuries, nerve entrapment, and decreased/limited range of motion and flexibility.

Upon examination of the injured area, ART sessions will include a combination of pressure applied by the practitioner and specific movement from the patient. This combination of pressure and movement will provide a targeted and specific treatment to the affected area.

Preventing Injuries With Active Release

By Brian Rosetti

Throughout my experiences as a coach and runner/guinea pig for my athletes, I’ve learned a lot about injury treatment and prevention. Over the course of my career I’ve had my fair share of injuries but I’ve always tried to learn as much as possible throughout the process to prevent future problems. Over time I’ve avoided serious setbacks more often and one big reason for that is the success I’ve had working with certified active release practitioners. Here’s why:

Learning How To Recover Properly

Learning How To Recover Properly

By Brian Rosetti

Based on my experience as an athlete and a coach, one of the most overlooked components of a runner’s training plan is ‘recovery.’ Naturally, athletes are more focused on the work they must put in to reach their goals, not the time or habits necessary to recover from this work. Running is unlike any other sport in that the body needs more time to recover and bounce back than usual. If you don’t recover properly then chances are you’re going to get sick, under-perform or get injured. My first priority when working with runners is to keep them healthy, even if that means under-training them. The longer you stay healthy the more consistent you are and only after lengthy periods of consistent training is when real results come.