Jonathan Torres

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Jonathan Torres

Jonathan Torres, LMBT# 2586, CNMT, NCBTMB Approved Provider

I graduated from the Southeastern School of Neuromuscular and Massage Therapy in 2001. I am certified in clinical neuromuscular and structural bodywork by Kyle Wright, the founder of the Southeastern Schools. I am also the founder of F.A.S.S.T. Pain Relief.

After helping many people with their pain issues, I realized that some people were looking for something very specific. They were in pain and miserable and wanted out of pain NOW. They needed results as soon as possible. They weren't lookin... more

Where I Work

F.A.S.S.T. Pain Relief  

756 Tyvola Rd., Suite 730, Charlotte, NC 28217 Map it





Southeastern Institute: Charlotte
Therapeutic Massage and Neuromuscular Therapy


Notable Experiences

Neuromuscular Therapy was a big part of the curriculum at the Southeastern School of Neuromuscular and Massage Therapy (the name changed a few years ago to Southeastern Institute). Neuromuscular training was part of the curriculum but NMT certification was optional and the NMT certification had it's own written and hands-on test. I took the extra steps needed to become certified in Clinical Neuromuscular and Structural Bodywork. Since then I have had a lot of people come to me for pain treatment and
Trigger Point Therapy
I've taken a very active interest in trigger point therapy and referred pain patterns, My work has relied heavily on the treatment of active and inactive trigger points as well as primary and secondary trigger points. Active trigger points are causing pain NOW. Inactive trigger points only refer pain and sensation when compressed but the pain or sensation isn't referred when there is no pressure being applied to the point. It is a potential cause for FUTURE pain but is not causing pain NOW. I&a
If a person has a medical condition I work in cooperation with his doctor or chiropractic physician. I have taken a lot of interest in the therapeutic effects of massage for different conditions of a musculoskeletal nature and also the benefits of massage to help people with other conditions. If the doctor has diagnosed a condition and if massage will be beneficial and do no harm for that particular condition, that's where I come in. Some conditions that people feared would require surgery have respon
Sports Massage
I've worked on many athletes and people who are exercise enthusiasts, both at public sporting events and in a clinical setting. Some of my clients have been marathon runners, triatheletes, football, baseball, and basketball players, yoga instructors, as well as the average Joe who likes to go to the gym.