Massage Therapy is safe and effective if used for stress management but it is also widely used to help patients obtain relief from many specific problems, including the following:
- Post-injury rehabilitation
- Respiratory problems
- Circulatory problems
- Frozen shoulder
A well rounded Massage Therapy program can melt away stress and tension, relieving associated headaches and muscular aches and pains. Massage Therapy can expedite the healing process from injury or over-use, and is an excellent form of preventive health care.
Many sports injuries, automobile accidents, repetitive actions on the job, and tension from everyday life can cause problems that will cause pain, headaches, decrease range of motion, negatively impact your resistance to illnesses and compromise your lifestyle.
Massage Benefits: What can massage treat?
- Reduces injury and illness
- Relieves asthma, anxiety, and insomnia
- Provides supportive therapy
- Soothes tendinitis and carpal-tunnel syndrome
- Reduces swelling and pain
- Promotes healing and reduces scar formation
- Increases flexibility and strength
Prevents complications because it…
- Improves circulation
- Lowers blood pressure
- Improves posture
- Stimulates intestinal movement
Massage is a gentle, touch therapy that can relieve pain and bring balance to your life. Massage is not a substitute for medical care but it can reduce or eliminate the need for medication or surgery.
Massage Therapy will calm your nervous system and gives you more energy. It will relieve many types of muscle tightness especially the back and neck area where most of us store the tension. Muscles can become so contracted that they press on nerves to the arms, hands and legs, causing pain, tingling and numbness. Massage can release muscle spasm and tightness in the shoulders or hip to bring relief.
Massage can relieve headaches caused by trigger points, or eyestrain, a low back pain during pregnancy, or the protective tensing of healthy muscles around an injury.
Many of today’s health problems arise from stress. Because stress upsets the delicate integral balance of all your body’s functions, regaining this balance requires a holistic approach.