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Multiple Scelrosis (MS) is a condition of the nervous system that can have detrimental effects on various systems and functions of the body. Soft tissue therapy and other lifestyle changes can help in the management and reversal of the condition.
Positional Release Therapy (PRT) also known as strain-counterstrain is a form of bodywork aimed at resolving dysfunctions in a painless manner. It takes the force off the tissue to release it, unlike most other soft tissue techniques which apply force to stretch restricted fibres. This painless and delicate approach makes PRT suitable for treating people with acute conditions or severe pain or sensitivity.