Do you feel pain or tension in your muscles? Well, massages cure more than just that. Benefits of massage therapy
can be used as part of a multi-disciplinary treatment plan. Surveys commissioned by multiple associations show that more people seek massages for health reasons and more physicians are recommending massage to their patients.
Basically, when you overuse muscles, just like nerves tissues bind and adhere too. These tissues need to move freely to function perfectly. Instead, this creates adhesions that cause shorter and weaker muscles, tendonitis, or entrapped nerves. We can solve such issues.
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Ailments Massage Therapy Eliminates
- Improper posture
- Faulty biomechanics
- Compensation for earlier injuries
- Muscle strain
- Ligament sprain
How can Massage Therapy help me?
- Swedish Massage focuses on deep and complete relaxation. It helps ease cramped muscles. Swedish massage uses a number of different techniques.
- Deep Tissue Massage requires a therapist who travels deeply into each sore muscle, reaching as far down through the muscle to the bone as possible. This can help to release scar tissue and assist in relaxing tightly knotted muscles that cause chronic pain.
- Trigger Point Massage helps identify and release a tight point within a tight muscle: the trigger point. Trigger points are tight areas within a muscle that cause pain in another area of the body.
- Myofascial Release targets trigger points in the fascia to relieve pain throughout the body. The fascia, the thin layer of connective tissue that covers all of the muscles in the body
- Craniosacral Massage encourages proper movement of cerebrospinal fluid around the brain and spinal cord. The goal is to help release physical imbalances and restrictions in the body’s muscles and connective tissues.