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  Remedial Massage Therapy

Some muscular and skeletal dysfunctions (among other condition) can be helped with Remedial Massage including Corked thigh, Spondylitis, Arthritis, frozen shoulder, muscular cramps, Whiplash, muscular atrophy, sports and dancing injuries.

Remedial Massage is a treatment modality that manipulates the soft tissues of the body including movement for a specific therapeutic effect, rather than a general therapeutic effect.

It provides a healing treatment that can be gentle or strong, deep or shallow when muscles and tendons become damaged, impaired, knotted, tensed, corked, or frozen.

Remedial massage tracks down where your discomfort comes from as far as possible back to the original cause. It holistically heals both the cause of the disorder as well as the symptoms.

Some of the key benefits of Remedial Massage include:

  • It stimulates blood supply allowing toxins in the muscles to be removed
  • It calms both sides of the nervous system so to ease pain and discomfort
  • It tones and relaxes the body’s foundation to improve joint mobility.
  • It encourages repair to tissue and cell health
  • It eases stiffness and tension to gain therapeutic relaxation

Some muscular and skeletal dysfunctions (among other condition) can be helped with Remedial Massage including Corked thigh, Spondylitis, Arthritis, frozen shoulder, muscular cramps, Whiplash, muscular atrophy, sports and dancing injuries.

Sessions usually take 30 minutes.

What Is Inflammation and How Can It Be Helped?

Inflammation is a process which is unpleasant to everyone’s body. It occurs in response to a range of traumas from sunburn, wounds, to infections and auto-immune conditions, viral and or bacterial conditions. Whatever the cause, this process is basically the same…INFLAMMATION.

Inflammation is characterised by four physical signs: warmth (also fevers), redness, swelling and pain. Warmth and redness are a result from dilation of the small blood vessels in the injured area and increased local blood flow. Because blood vessels become more permeable during inflammation, protein rich exudate escapes from blood plasma to the damaged tissue and causes swelling.

Pain is believed to result from such chemical substances as serotonin or from tension of tissue over the inflamed area. So inflammation in auto-immune conditions such as rheumatoid arthritis is fundamentally the same as that of simple infections or wounds, however the trigger of the reaction is very different.

 

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  Remedial Massage Therapy

Remedial Massage is a treatment modality that manipulates the soft tissues of the body including movement for a specific therapeutic effect, rather than a general therapeutic effect.

It provides a healing treatment that can be gentle or strong, deep or shallow when muscles and tendons become damaged, impaired, knotted, tensed, corked, or frozen.

Remedial massage tracks down where your discomfort comes from as far as possible back to the original cause. It holistically heals both the cause of the disorder as well as the symptoms.

Some of the key benefits of Remedial Massage include:

  • It stimulates blood supply allowing toxins in the muscles to be removed
  • It calms both sides of the nervous system so to ease pain and discomfort
  • It tones and relaxes the body’s foundation to improve joint mobility.
  • It encourages repair to tissue and cell health
  • It eases stiffness and tension to gain therapeutic relaxation

Some muscular and skeletal dysfunctions (among other condition) are with Remedial Massage include Corked thigh, Spondylitis, Arthritis, frozen shoulder, muscular cramps, Whiplash, muscular atrophy, sports and dancing injuries.

Sessions usually take 30 minutes to an hour, depending on the whether the practitioner will just address a specific area or give the whole body a full massage. As oil is used, it is necessary for the patient to be unclothed

What Is Inflammation and How Can It Be Helped?

Inflammation is a process which is unpleasant to everyone’s body. It occurs in response to a range of traumas from sunburn, wounds, to infections and auto-immune conditions, viral and or bacterial conditions. Whatever the cause, this process is basically the same…INFLAMMATION.

Inflammation is characterised by four physical signs: warmth (also fevers), redness, swelling and pain. Warmth and redness are a result from dilation of the small blood vessels in the injured area and increased local blood flow. Because blood vessels become more permeable during inflammation, protein rich exudate escapes from blood plasma to the damaged tissue and causes swelling.

Pain is believed to result from such chemical substances as serotonin or from tension of tissue over the inflamed area. So inflammation in auto-immune conditions such as rheumatoid arthritis is fundamentally the same as that of simple infections or wounds, however the trigger of the reaction is very different.