Frictioning

Frictioning at North Lakes Physio

Developed for the treatment of soft tissue lesions by the British osteopath, Dr. James Cyriax, deep transverse friction effectively reduces fibrosis and encourages the formation of strong, pliable scar tissue at the site of healing injuries. This technique, also known as cross-fiber frictioning, reduces the crystalline roughness that forms between tendons and their sheaths that can result in painful tendonitis. It can also prevent or soften myofascial adhesions.

Frictioning
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Penrith Clinic Address

North Lakes Physiotherapy

The North Lakes Hotel
Ullswater Road
Penrith
Cumbria
United Kingdom
CA11 8QT
0794 7918063

Penrith Clinic Opening Hours

Monday 7am - 9pm
Tuesday 7am - 9pm
Wednesday 7am - 9pm
Thursday 7am - 9pm
Friday 7am - 9pm
Saturday 7am - 8pm
Sunday 7am - 8pm

Sedbergh Clinic Address

Sedbergh Medical Centre
Station Road
Sedbergh
Cumbria
LA10 5DL

Sedbergh Clinic Opening Hours

Mondays 1pm - 5pm
Wednesdays 1pm - 5pm
Fridays 12pm - 6pm

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