Clinical massage utilizes multiple techniques such as Trigger Point Therapy, Deep Tissue Therapy, Myofascial release, Cupping, Kinesio Taping, stretches, Joint Mobilization Techniques, ART ( active release technique) to name a few. The goal is to free up your soft tissues and release adhesions, restore muscle balance and proper joint motion, eliminate pain and improve posture.
It's for someone who is looking for a deep, thorough work, but also it can be used as a healthy soft tissue check up and preventative treatments.
The studies have shown that receiving a series of frequent clinical sessions might be a great alternative to unnecessary surgeries in the future.
Common physical benefits of Clinical Massage
- Relaxes the whole body and relieves tired and aching muscles
- Helps chiropractic adjustments.
- Prevents future joint problems.
- Stimulates the body’s natural rest and repair system
- Reduces pain, swelling and formation of scar tissue
- Accelerates the healing of damaged or overworked muscles
- Diminishes chronic pain
- Headache relief
- Improves posture
- Post-stroke recovery
- Decreases the effects of Multiple Sclerosis
- Decreases or reverses Scoliosis
- Support and relief throughout pregnancy
- Improved circulation and nutrition of joints
- Stretches the muscles and connective tissue
- Improved muscle tone, flexibility, and range of motion
- Increased efficiency of muscle performance
- Deeper and more efficient breathing cycles
- Reduces blood pressure and improves blood circulation
- Strengthens immunity and lymph circulation
- Increases the elimination of toxins and waste products
- Complimentary to all other health care regimens.
- Used as a preventative therapy to surgeries as well as rehabilitation after surgery.
- Alleviates myofascial pain syndrome and fibromyalgia.