Massage therapy has become popular among people to get relief from daily life stress, pain and injuries. Using soft-tissue manipulation techniques, massage reduces stress and fatigue, while improving circulation. Depending on the style of massage, techniques may include stroking, kneading, rocking, tapping or holding steady pressure.At the Back2Life Wellness and Rehab professional massage therapists are treating patients with complicated medical conditions using various massage techniques to enhance general health.
Improved circulation, which nourishes cells and improves waste elimination
Relief for tight muscles and other aches and pains
Release of nerve compression (carpel tunnel, sciatica)
Greater flexibility and range of motion
Enhanced energy and vitality
Some clinical styles may help heal scar tissue as well as tendon, ligament, and muscle tears
Therapeutic massage does not increase muscle strength, although it can stimulate weak and inactive muscles, which helps compensate for lack of exercise and inactivity caused by illness or injury.
Massage can help treat stress-related physical conditions, including:
Anxiety and depression
Headaches and migraines
Pain, including muscle tension, back, shoulder and neck pain
Repetitive stress injuries