Almost everyone gets back muscular pain at some time, but with the help of massage, this may well be a helpful solution. Minor injuries can be soothed with massage which stimulates the healing process. Massage is an ideal therapy for releasing minor muscular spasms and easing tense or strained muscles.
Massage therapy has been shown to provide greater improvement of symptoms in those suffering backache, cramps, strains and sprains. Patients receiving massage also have greater improvements psychologically, a marvellous feeling of well being can be felt both during and after treatment.
Working on all major muscle groups, a light to deep pressure is applied allowing our hands to then make flowing movements, any areas that feel stiff, taut or lumpy need extra massage to dispel tension. Small lumps under the skin are cause by bunched-up muscle fibres or an accumulation of waste products.
Sometimes, your body may feel slightly sore or achey post treatment, this is quite normal and should subside within a day or two. However, the benefits far outweigh this momentary 'achey' feeling.
Is Massage Treatment Possible After Surgery
Your Massage Therapist will ask for a Doctors referral to treat. if it is possible, you will receive appropriate treatment for your specific condition, while areas not suitable for treatment will be carefully avoided. Many massage therapists are able to offer post-surgical treatment.
To help you and your body we offer:
· A brief Consultation with the Massage Therapist.
After which you should know more about your body and the problems you are experiencing
Please call us TODAY for an appointment on 01233 632 000!
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