What to Expect During a Typical Session

The Hill Method is a precision, soft-tissue therapy system designed to rapidly reduce pain and restore normal function to the muscles, connective tissues, organs, vascular system, and nerves.


By targeting sensory nerves found within the various layers of tissues, specific manual techniques and functional movements are used to help modulate sensory input that include but are not limited to: ​

  • Mechanoreception (sense of touch, sound, pressure and position) 
  • Proprioception (sense of body position) 
  • Thermoreception (sense of hot/cold) 
  • Nociception (sense of pain), and 
  • Interoception (sense of internal environment) 

The Hill Method

  • Inflammation/Edema
  • Ischemia (Poor Blood Flow)
  • Neuropathy (Nerve Pain)
  • ​Connective Tissue Immobility/Hypermobility
  • Adhesions (Scar Tissue)
  • Inadequate or Excessive Muscle Activation
  • Sprains/Strains

Common Soft-Tissue Problems Effectively Treated Include:

You will be asked a series of questions regarding your particular complaint. To help narrow down the problem, a visual, physical and movement assessment will be performed along with a hands-on treatment. Corrections and recommendations are provided to help you improve faster and more completely post-therapy.

All treatments are constantly adjusted to the ever-changing responses inside your body.  Since you know how you feel better than anyone, your feedback is greatly encouraged throughout each session.