Remedial Massage

Remedial Massage
There are two broad types of massage - remedial massage and relaxation massage. Remedial Massage of a form of massage that is used for patients who are suffering from chronic pain or muscle tension. This form of massage is used specifically to find the source of the problem and to address it accordingly.  Your remedial massage therapist will conduct a few tests to assess what exactly is causing discomfort or pain in your body


The Benefits of Remedial Massage:


1) Individual Treatment.


Remedial Massage Therapists are trained to assess each body individually and to design the treatment used accordingly. Your therapist will do what is best for your body and for your specific condition. Therapists are trained to correct a variety of ailments including posture, joint pain, and injury and are also able to improve blood circulation.


2) Stress Reduction.

Some people may not think too seriously about the impact that stress and worry can have on the body, which will ultimately be detrimental to their overall health and well-being.  Remedial Massage is a technique that will benefit patients in terms of releasing "feel-good" hormones that tackle stress and anxiety. Regular remedial massage will help patients to navigate through their daily lives with clarity and positivity.


3) Strengthened Immune System.

When stress and anxiety are decreased, the immune system is able to function to a fuller capacity. Remedial massage also tackles poor circulation and boosts lymphatic drainage, allowing the immune system to work more effectively.


4) Breaking the cycle of discomfort/pain.

Many patients may find that they suffer from recurring pain. This is largely due to the fact that the true source of our discomfort or pain is never properly identified or treated. If a patient is complaining about a sore shoulder, a remedial therapist will also consider that this may be a result of an injury elsewhere in the body.


Remedial massage may be exactly what your body needs to get back on track. To find a professional therapist in your area, please visit our homepage.






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