Sometimes, with more direct work, I will use Neural Mobilization.
Nerves are meant to slide freely in an around their surroundings. Nerves, like all other tissues in the body, are encapsulated in connective tissue. At the same time, they should be differentiated from their environment.
When nerves become stuck or tethered, they are unable to move freely. Thus, they lose their ability to glide, stretch or lengthen. Restricted movement, pain and structural anomalies can result.
Neural Mobilization can help mobilize and free impinged nerves. This can help relieve pain, bring you back into alignment and help create more freedom of movement.
The work can be quite specific and meticulous. Yet, the results are global and far reaching.