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Massage therapy is a valuable part of integrative medicine. Massage can be a valuable treatment in management of many medical conditions. Medical professionals may recommend massage therapy to help people cope with the pain and stress of various conditions, such as cancer, heart disease, chronic pain, or injuries caused from sports, work, or car accidents.
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Benefits of Massage Therapy
Deep tissue massage is similar to Swedish massage but with a deep tissue massage, your therapist applies slow, firm pressure to release muscle tension. The focus is on the deepest layers of muscle tissue, tendons, and fascia (the protective layer surrounding muscles, bones and joints)
Soft Tissue Therapy is the management, manipulation and rehabilitation of soft tissues of the body including muscles, ligaments and tendons. This technique has a strong influence on our bodies other systems, including the nervous system, immune system, lymphatic system and fascial system.
Sports massage is proven to release and reduce tension in muscles, improve circulation and encourage the removal of waste products such as lactic acid during high intensity activity and can help to relax the body. All of this helps promote recovery and reduces the chance of muscle injury
Injured at Work, in a car accident or in normal activities? Massage Therapy can help manage pain, reduce inflammation and improve tissue healing and will help you recover and return to work and normal activity faster.
Prenatal massage therapy can help reduce anxiety, decrease symptoms of depression, relieve muscle aches and joint pains, and improve labor outcomes and newborn health.
A relaxation massage is a smooth, gentle treatment that relieves muscular tension, increases circulation, and promotes a general sense of relaxation. This is a fantastic treatment to help with stress, anxiety, depression and even PTSD.
This technique focuses on pain believed to arise from myofascial tissues — the tough membranes that wrap, connect and support your muscles. Myofascial pain differs from other types of pain because it originates in “trigger points,” which are related to stiff, anchored areas within the myofascial tissue. This treatment locates myofascial areas that feel stiff and fixed instead of elastic and movable then “releases” these restrictions using light manual pressure.
Cupping is a soft tissue therapy that involves the application of decompressed cups on the skin, creating a vacuum effect that lifts up underlying tissues such as the fascia and muscles, blood and other fluid, close to the surface of the skin. It can assist in improving mobility, pain and function.