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  • Benefits of Isolated Stretch Therapy

    Isolated Stretch Therapy manipulates, lengthens, re-aligns and re-organizes your fascia. Stretching can also reduce or eliminate tight muscles, eliminate stiff joints and strengthen the muscles.

  • Benefits for Health Care Practitioner

    You will use various Active, Active- Assisted and Passive stretching techniques to offer your clients/athletes to assist to increase the pliability, flexibility, and strength of their muscles.

  • Benefits for Clients

    Stretching can ease the chronic tension on joints causes malalignment and eventually severe pain in common areas such as neck, shoulders, hamstrings, and back to name a few. Chronic injuries or imbalances such as hip tightness, hamstrings strains, lack of balance in ankles, low back pain, Achilles tendonitis, Golfer‘s elbow, Tennis elbow, and much more.

Davonna Willis, MA, ATC, LMT


Davonna has a Master's Degree in Health Education from Teacher's College, Columbia University, and over 20 years of experience in Sports Medicine and Massage Therapy as an Athletic Trainer and Massage Therapist.
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