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Stretch Therapy

Stretch Therapy is a comprehensive system that focuses on increasing flexibility, reducing muscle tension, enhancing overall mobility, and decreasing pain.


It combines passive stretching, where someone assists you, with active stretching techniques to ensure a full range of motion.


By emphasizing both static and dynamic methods, Stretch Therapy seeks to provide a balanced approach to flexibility and strength.

If you would like to schedule your first appointment, call or text 432-614-7041 or click on the button below to start.


When you contact us, please indicate that you are interested in stretch therapy, so we can best serve you.

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Stretching Exercises
Who Can Stretch Therapy Help?
  • Athletes: From weekend warriors to professional sportspeople, athletes of all levels can benefit from improved flexibility and reduced muscle tension, helping in recovery and performance enhancement.

  • Office Workers: People who spend long hours at a desk often suffer from stiffness and muscle tension. Stretch therapy can help counteract the effects of prolonged sitting.

  • Seniors: As we age, maintaining mobility becomes essential for independence. Stretch Therapy can assist seniors in preserving and even regaining lost flexibility.

  • Post-surgery/Injury Recovery: After an injury or surgery, mobility might be compromised. With the guidance of a trained professional, Stretch Therapy can support the rehabilitation process.

  • Anyone Seeking General Wellness: Whether you're looking to improve your posture, reduce pain, or just feel better in your body, Stretch Therapy can offer a pathway.

Benefits of Stretch Therapy
  • Enhanced Flexibility: Over time, Stretch Therapy can help increase the range of motion in your joints, making everyday tasks easier and improving athletic performance.

  • Reduced Muscle Tension: Say goodbye to those stubborn knots and tight spots. Regular sessions can help ease muscle tension, offering relief from aches and pains.

  • Improved Posture: Poor posture can lead to various ailments, from back pain to reduced lung capacity. By stretching and lengthening the muscles, you can stand taller and feel more aligned.

  • Increased Circulation: Stretching helps improve blood flow, ensuring that your muscles receive the nutrients they need and helping speed up recovery.

  • Mental Relaxation: Just like a massage, a good stretching session can leave you feeling relaxed and rejuvenated. It's a great way to combat stress and anxiety.

  • Injury Prevention: A flexible body is less likely to get injured. By ensuring your muscles and joints are supple, you can protect yourself from various sports and activity-related injuries.

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Common Conditions for Stretch Therapy

Stretch therapy can benefit a variety of conditions by promoting flexibility, enhancing circulation, reducing muscle tension, and improving overall functional movement. Here are some common conditions that might benefit from stretch therapy:

  • Musculoskeletal Pain: Chronic pain conditions, such as lower back pain, neck pain, and shoulder tension, can benefit from stretch therapy as it helps to alleviate muscle tightness and imbalance.

  • Arthritis: While it cannot cure arthritis, stretching can help improve joint mobility and reduce stiffness in people with osteoarthritis or rheumatoid arthritis.

  • Fibromyalgia: Patients with fibromyalgia often experience muscle tightness and pain. Stretch therapy can help reduce these symptoms and improve overall well-being.

  • Plantar Fasciitis: Stretching the calf muscles and the bottom of the foot can help relieve the pain associated with this condition.

  • Tendonitis: Conditions like Achilles tendonitis or tennis elbow can benefit from gentle stretching, which can help alleviate pain and prevent further injuries.

  • Sciatica: Stretch therapy can help relieve the pressure on the sciatic nerve by stretching the lower back and hip muscles.

  • Postural Problems: Conditions like kyphosis or lordosis can be aided by stretch therapy to address muscle imbalances and promote better posture.

  • Chronic Fatigue Syndrome: Gentle stretching can help alleviate some of the muscle discomfort associated with this condition.

  • Recovery from Surgery: After certain surgeries, especially orthopedic procedures, controlled stretching can help improve mobility and reduce the formation of scar tissue.

Get Started Today

Dr. Matthew Diaz developed a stretch therapy program that delivers a personalized routine based on each individual's area of pain or tension. It's designed to help you move better and feel better.


If you would like to schedule your first appointment, call or text 432-614-7041 or click on the button below to start. Please indicate that you are interested in stretch therapy, so we can best serve you.

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