Zach Saber Myofascia Pain Specialistby Tyler Woods on Nov. 27, 2012, under Uncategorized
Tucson Biz Beat is always trying to find businesses and people, artists and healers that help out our community. Today Tucson Biz Beat catches up with Zach Saberand salutes him and his ability to help people free them from pain.
Zach began his career and studying myofascial work since 1995. His extensive education began with a BSME and a BA in Business Administration. He then decided to become a Licensed Massage Therapist and gathered over 10,000 hours of massage, physiology, anatomy, myofascial release, structural integration and more. His background allowed him to study with a Hellerworker, a Rolfer, a Neurologist, chiropractors, a cardiovascular surgeon and Physical Therapists. He is a certified Holistic Mental Health, which helps him work on people with pain and the issues that arise from pain.
“I love this work it excites me,” states Saber. “The correlations between body movement, lack of movement, pulling, how a persons body compensates rapidly to maintain homeostasis is absolutely an awesome thing to watch at work and then to change!” Zach has much to be excited about, as he not only knows pain, he understands pain and can explain pain so people can understand the pain.
Zach believes that pain stops us in our tracks. According to the American Chronic Pain Association, pain stops over 86 million people in the United States who suffer from chronic pain. Saber explains that, “Each person has their own concept of what ‘hurts’ them. It’s the leading reason people come to see me. Of course, then they tell me the work I do hurts, however when they get off the table and walk around the room they’re NOT in pain anymore, so they learn that we’re going to PULL that pain out of them and we can’t do that without them feeling part of it.” Zach may be the man that puts meaning into the phrase no pain no gain.
Zach has helped Tucsonans with their pain through his practice at 3861 Wellness First. He has had great success in not only helping people with their pain, but also helping people come to terms with their pain. “I believe for many people with pain that myofascial release along with conversation, and then stretching and understanding the cause of the pain, we can heal the pain and teach someone how to go about living life feeling happier, healthier, more energetic, and alive!”
I have worked with Zach on many occasions and have seen what he can do with pain and have always been surprise with his knowledge of pain. So today, Tucson Biz Beat salutes Zach Saber for all the people who he has been able to deal with pain and move forward.