Sedona Physical Therapy and Myofascial Release

Providing Therapeutic Physical Therapy for a Pain-Free Life

Sedona Physical Therapy provides an integrative and specialized approach to whole body pain relief through Myofascial Release and integrated manual therapy techniques.    Myofascial Release  hydrates and reorganizes tightened and shortened muscles by placing low grade, sustained pressures into the restricted area. In most musculoskeletal conditions, Myofascial Release has proven to be one of the most effective manual therapy techniques for long term reduction of pain.

Appointments: Sedona (512) 789-9467

We’re committed to helping you achieve optimal health.

Conditions We Treat:

  • Back/Neck Pain
  • Shoulder pain
  • Lower extremity pain/ hip/knee pain
  • Chronic muscular pain
  • Headaches/Migraines
  • Plantar Fascitis
  • Fibromyalgia
  • Adhesive scar tissue
  • Sciatica
  • Arthritis pain

Specialized Services:

  • Women’s and Men’s Health/ Pelvic Floor Treatment
  • Pediatrics
  • TMJ

Pain Relief and Wellness Services

Pelvic floor therapy has become very popular due to the chronic and life altering affects of pelvic floor dysfunction in women and men of all ages.   Proper understanding of how to access the muscles of the pelvic floor correctly can make a significant improvement in so many musculoskeletal diagnoses.  Jody Hendryx, PT has specific training of the pelvic floor muscles and how they relate and interact with the rest of the body.  The pelvic floor is never treated in isolation but integrated with function of the entire body.  Internal and external manual therapy treatment along with proper activation of the core muscles with exercise is the focus of care at Verde Valley MFR.  Read More

Physical Therapy is a scope of practice primarily concerned with the remediation of impairments and disabilities while promoting mobility, functional  ability, quality of life and movement potential through the use of examination, diagnosis, physical intervention techniques and passive modality agents carried out by physical therapists.

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Advanced Myofascial Release is a whole body technique which addresses connective tissue restrictions within the body.  Gentle, sustained pressure is applied directly on the skin, without oils or gels.  Pressure is maintained for a minimum of 2 minutes which allows the restricted area to reorganize and lengthen. In most musculoskeletal conditions Myofascial Release has proven to be one of the Most Effective Manual Therapy Techniques for long term reduction of pain.

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Craniosacral therapy (CST), is a gentle, non-invasive form of bodywork that addresses the bones of the head, spinal column and sacrum as well as the membrane and cerebrospinal fluid that surround surround and protect them. The goal of CST is to release compression in those areas which alleviated pain and stress as well as correcting underlying dysfunction.  This also helps functioning of the central nervous system, which is always affected with chronic pain patterns.

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Like their adult counterparts, children and infants also benefit from skilled manual therapy, myofascial release, and craniosacral therapy. Birthing injuries can cause undue stresses on the cranial nerves, cranial bones, soft tissue, and the nervous system which can be related to numerous symptoms such as colic, irritability, esophageal reflux, compromised digestive function, muscle spasms.

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Manual lymph drainage massage (also called lymphatic drainage and lymph massage) is a form of very light massage that encourages lymph flow in the body. It is particularly good for detoxification, edema, pre- and post-plastic surgery and post-liposuction. It can also help with cellulite treatments, scar tissue, spider veins, redness and acne.

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Why Choose Sedona Physical Therapy?

We use a unique blend  of manual therapy tools to identify the source of the pain, loss of mobility, or impaired functional movement.

Manual Therapy techniques such as myofascial release, lymphatic drainage, craniosacral therapy are utilized to correct the dysfunction.

We work with eliminating the pain and correcting the mobility issue along with correcting the dysfunctional movement patterns.

Patient education is a very important part of our treatment program.  We want to empower our clients to know what is going on in their body and how their activities could be impacting their pain.

“… I felt better with each & every session, and was having consistent improvements with all my symptoms. I graduated from therapy with a healed body & mind. I grew in ways I never expected. I had no more pain or problems, which was great. As a bonus I had a better understanding of my body. I learned to trust when something in my body didn’t feel right; and I now knew how to help myself.”


“My first visit to Jody Hendryx, PT was about a year ago, and I can’t believe how much they helped and taught me. Not only did she alleviate my chronic pelvic pain, she worked with me to show me how I can improve the overall quality of my daily life. She raised my awareness of my own body and gave me concrete strategies to lessen my pain. I can’t recommend Jody Hendryx, PT highly enough.”

Jamie R.

“The healing that has taken place for me thus far would not be possible without the staff at Hands On. The first thing that stands out is the passion they have for their work. I have yet to meet another individual, much less a group of individuals, in the healthcare profession that display a true passion for helping their patients heal. They have this great ability to combine clinical professionalism with care and concern.”


“Hello everyone! I want to highly recommend Danielle Markley at Verde Valley Myofascial Release! She is sensitive, knowledgeable and a wonderfully kind practitioner!”

C. L.
Sedona Physical Therapist and Myofascial Release Therapist, Jody Hendryx P.T.


Appointments: For Sedona call (512) 789-9467.

Sedona Physical Therapy by Jody Hendryx office location:

55 Manzanita Drive
Sedona, AZ. 86336
(512) 789-9467
By appointment only.