Soft tissue therapy is a chiropractic technique that involves manual manipulation and stretching of muscles, tendons, and ligaments to improve their function and reduce pain and stiffness. In a two or more regions session, the chiropractor focuses on multiple areas of the body that may be experiencing tension or discomfort, such as the neck, shoulders, and back, and can last up to 90 minutes. During the session, the chiropractor may use a combination of techniques, such as deep tissue massage, myofascial release, and trigger point therapy, to target the affected soft tissues and alleviate any tension, adhesions, or scar tissue. The goal of soft tissue therapy is to restore the normal range of motion and flexibility to the affected areas, as well as promote healing and prevent further injury. By addressing multiple regions of the body in one session, patients can experience greater overall relief and improved physical function.