Are your feet sore and tired? Feet hold the weight of the body throughout the day, each small muscle is repeatedly used to help you balance as you move. They are also full of nerves that can trigger physical effects throughout the body. Massaging the feet can often help relieve tension or pain in the other parts of the body as well as help detox your lymphatic system. (40 min massage. 20 min each foot.)
Recovering from knee surgery or dealing with pesky patellar tendonitis? Massage therapy has proven effective in breaking down scar tissue, which improves the recovery process from surgery or knee injuries. This massage also addresses the ever tight IT Band, which can also cause soreness in the knees. Even for people whose knees feel fine, massage increases serotonin which acts as a natural pain reliever and benefits anyone facing stress on knees, joints or anywhere else in the body.
Sit at a desk all day long? If you are suffering from carpal tunnel syndrome or tendonitis, this massage focuses on releasing the muscles in your wrists and forearms and those that pull at your upper body, rounding in the shoulders. Trigger point release therapy is used to release the tension in your muscles, allowing them to relax into their normal position.
Low back pain is one of the leading causes of health problems in the developed world, and has a high rate of disability associated with it. Therefore, it becomes imperative that correct diagnosis of low back pain be made as early as possible, with the best treatment applied, to prevent initial acute episodes from becoming a chronic reoccurrence.