Deep tissue therapy
Chronic pain can be debilitating and even depressing for those who suffer from them for weeks, months or even years. If you suffer from shoulder pain or rotator cuff symptoms, consider looking into deep tissue massage as a way to ease the pain before choosing a surgical solution.
Same with the chronic low back pain. One the muscle groups are released, the neck and the hips regain their lost fluid and regain mobility.
The deep tissue massage targets the deep levels of the connective tissue and muscle.
The techniques apply low strokes and pressure and focus on pain and tension. The movements are slow, and the pressure is deeper and more concentrated in the pain areas.
When the muscles are deeply massaged the blood flow increases. This increase will reduce the inflammation and relieve the pain.
Repeated deep tissue massage can eliminate the presence of scar tissue, reduce tension and stress and even lower your blood pressure.
The pressure used in deep tissue massage improves lymphatic circulation, encourages drainage, and improves motion and flexibility.
The therapist uses his hands, elbow, fingerprints, knuckles or forearms to stimulate the muscles.
It a slower pace type of massage and every muscle receives the optimal level of care.
The guest is asked to breathe deeply during a deep tissue massage to supply plenty of oxygen to the muscles.
The massage therapist uses massage oils and deep pressure.. Because of the deeper pressure, the quest may experience some discomfort or pain. That’s why is important to communicate with your massage therapist The stiffness and pain associated with a deep tissue massage will go away after 1-2 days, but your massage therapist may recommend applying ice to the pain area after the massage session
A deep tissue massage is more effective and cheaper than conventional medical remedies when it comes to relieving chronic pain.
Before you attend a deep tissue massage session, it’s important not to eat a heavy meal and hydrated yourself after your massage session.
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