Fascial Stretch Therapy

What is Fascial Stretch Therapy?

Fascial Stretch Therapy (FST) is a series of movements created to separate and organize the many connective tissue layers surrounding the muscles, joints, organs, and bones. It incorporates breath techniques and traction while taking joints to their available pain free ranges. Gentle muscle contraction may also be used to achieve length and decrease tone in muscles.

Meet our Therapist


Certified Athletic Therapist & Registered Massage Therapist

Andrea Lilley

Athletic Therapist & Registered Massage Therapist


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Who can benefit from FST?

Most people can benefit and feel the positive effects of Fascial Stretch Therapy immediately following treatment.

What are the benefits of FST?

Some of the benefits of FST are:

  • Improved flexibility
  • Improvements in strength
  • Improved balance
  • Improved coordination
  • Improvements in alignment
  • Correction of pelvic rotations

What are the contraindications of FST?

Clients that are recently post-operative or are in the second or third trimester of a pregnancy should not try FST. There are a variety of other factors that may change your treatment. A health history and assessment, which will be completed at your first appointment, will determine if your FST treatment should be modified.

Is Fascial Stretch Therapy covered by OHIP or my insurance?

Most insurance plans will offer coverage. Please check your individual plans for more details. FST is not covered under OHIP plans. The Sport Medicine Clinic will provide you with an invoice to submit to your insurance company for reimbursement.

Do I need a referral to get FST at the Sport Medicine Clinic?

You do not need a referral to get FST at the Sport Medicine Clinic. Your therapist will assess you and help to determine an FST focused treatment plan for you.

Is the Sport Medicine Clinic accepting new patients for Fascial Stretch Therapy?

Yes! Please call 416-865-0903 or email us today to book your appointment.