Our massage service focuses on regaining normal muscle and soft tissue flexibility following injury. We also help patients improve muscle flexibility and function to prevent injury. Massage is a great way to gain immediate relief from tension and pain, and also promotes long-term musculo-sekeletal health.
What is remedial massage?
The first step of remedial massage is assessing the body’s muscles, tendons, ligaments and tissue to locate problem areas. It’s a manual process which not only helps to find areas of pain during rehabilitation and treatment but also offers pain relief.
A massage therapist applies oil directly to the skin and works in a kneading motion to promote better circulation and help the body with its natural task of removing toxins. During treatment, specific painful areas are identified and worked on, offering relief from pain and valuable information for ongoing treatment.
The main goal of remedial massage is aiding a patient in achieving improved mobility by balancing muscle, soft tissue and tension. This type of massage is particularly useful following injury.