Luna Light Myofascial Release Centers in Pearland opened in Summer of 2017 to begin changing the face of healthcare in Houston. Susan began taking classes in John Barnes MFR and was astounded at the results she was seeing with her patients. She saw that so many patients have been suffering for years and years with chronic pain from previous surgeries, injuries, and disorders that were being not only treated, but healed with John Barnes MFR. Many conditions that doctors and therapists had told patients were hopeless… were in fact hopeless without John Barnes MFR. This new form of treatment takes up to 2000 pounds of force off of critical structures like muscles, nerves, blood vessels, and lymph vessels that are being crushed by this internal straight jacket. The treatment is completely safe and gentle as the body will unwind and release the pressure with sustained distraction, compression or soft tissue manipulation in a way that allows the patient true relief. Patient testimonies are remarkable and patients, once treated, become advocates for this treatment for others. Let us restore your light in life and free you from pain and restriction.
Susan Luna, PT, MS has been a physical therapist for the past 20 years and has treated patients in the Houston-Galveston area for most of that time. She is an expert in John Barnes Myofascial Release which includes over 300 hours of training over 4 years, mostly with John Barnes at his clinic and training center in Sedona, AZ. Susan is also certified in Neurodevelopmental Technique (NDT) and has extensive training and background with neurological patients. She has practiced in outpatient settings, most recently at Kindred Rehabilitation Hospital of Clear Lake and is currently working part-time at Baywind Village and Rehabilitation Center in League City. As Susan Huey, she served as Department Chair of the Physical Therapist Assistant Program at San Jacinto College for 5 years and helped patients increase range of motion as the Neurological Sales Consultant for Dynasplint for 3 years. She has worked in a variety of settings from outpatient to aquatics to home health and long term care. She has also worked extensively with pediatrics to geriatrics and rehab to orthopedics.