Clinical massage therapy
What is clinical massage therapy?
Advanced clinical massage, also known as sports massage, is a type of massage therapy that uses a range of techniques to achieve a specific outcome, including: pain relief, an increased range of motion and relaxation. It’s essentially an adaptive practise, with every person who seeks it out requiring a slightly different approach – deep and soft tissue release, myofascial release, hot & cold treatments, use of acupressure points and trigger points, and stretching can all form part of the treatment plan. The treatment can be localised to a specific areas such as the neck or shoulder, alternatively it can be used to care for the body as a whole.
Where clinical massage differs a bit from other clinical treatments is the fact that it focuses on self-care – simply put, we will discuss relevant lifestyle issues with you as part of the treatment to ensure that you are fully involved and in control of your recovery.
What are the benefits of Massage?
The benefits of sports massage are far reaching when it comes to injury rehabilitation – it can also be used as a preventative measure during training, as it keeps muscles relaxed, making you less prone to strain.
Some of the other benefits of massage include:
- Improved blood circulation
- Reduced muscle tension
- Improved muscle flexibility
- Reduction of pain (including lower back, shoulder tension and headaches)
- Breakdown of scar tissue (from previous injuries)
- Reduced anxiety levels
- Reduced inflammation
- Reduced stiffness/Post event treatment (DOMS)
Clinical Massage 30 Minutes
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