Targeted Deep Massage
Massage Therapy is a deep tissue massage technique designed to access deeper layers of soft tissue, working on a specific joint, muscle or muscle group.
Massage Therapy can alleviate stress and tension in muscles through stimulating mechanoreceptors along with improving circulation to muscle tissue. This form of therapy reduces muscle stiffness along with cramping by removing any excess lactic acid build up after any vigorous form of physical activity.
Massage therapy is known to reduce the likely hood of injury through regular treatment as this improves the rate of physiological recovery.
Regular massage therapy can improve muscle tone along with improving flexibility and posture. It also has an effect on the psychological side by improving ones quality of sleep and create a feeling of physical well-being.
Sport Massage Therapies
Pre and Post training requires regular massage to invigorate the muscles before the event, and Post event is a slower, more superficial en training massage to drain the lymph and get rid of lactic acid; a by-product of vigorous exercising.
Soft tissue therapy
A process that requires the doctor to apply deep pressure onto the effected, inflamed muscle. This is used to stimulate the area along with increasing blood flow allowing adequate oxygen and nutrients back to the inflamed muscle.
The overall aim of treatment is to be able to enhance performance and prevent injury.