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JANMI Trigger Point Therapy for Soleus Muscle Pain After Running in London

Therapist does massage on soleus muscle

As a runner in the bustling streets of London, the experience can be exhilarating yet physically demanding. The Soleus muscle, often underrated in its significance, plays a vital role in your running efficiency and, unfortunately, in your post-run pain as well.


At JANMI Method, we've developed a unique Trigger Point Therapy approach tailored specifically to alleviate and manage Soleus muscle discomfort, enhancing both recovery and performance.


The Soleus, a powerful muscle located in the lower calf, is pivotal for stabilizing the ankle and absorbing impact during running. However, repetitive strain and inadequate stretching can lead to painful trigger points that hinder your mobility and comfort.


Our JANMI Trigger Point Therapy begins with a precise assessment to identify these critical areas of tension.


Using specialized techniques, our therapy targets these trigger points directly, employing a combination of pressure and release methods that are designed not only to relieve pain but also to promote healing.


This approach is particularly effective because it addresses the root cause of the pain, rather than just the symptoms. Through gentle manipulations, we help restore the natural function of the Soleus, ensuring it can perform its duties without causing you discomfort.


Our sessions are crafted to be as educational as they are therapeutic. We empower our clients with knowledge about their body's mechanics and provide personalized exercise regimens to prevent future occurrences of muscle pain. By integrating our therapy with your running routine, you can enhance your resilience against the physical demands of urban running.


At JANMI Method, we are committed to your well-being. Each session is a step towards optimal physical health, allowing you to enjoy the freedom and joy of running, pain-free. Let us help you keep your stride strong and steady through the streets of London.


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