Clinical Massage

June 12, 2018 - 10:35am

I find when most people think of massage they think about relaxation.  A common misconception with massage is that it's just for back pain, or that it can only do so much.

While massage therapy is still commonly used for relaxation it can also be used to relieve pain and improve range of motion.

With direct billing as an option it doesn't need to be considered a luxury either.

For those that just want to relax I can and will do relaxation massage. If you go to my website you will see that I list the service as clinical massage. I do this because I can use massage therapy techniques to help your body heal.

I prefer to dedicate my services to relieving pain and or restoring range of motion.

So how does it differ from my other services you may ask?

RAPID accesses the nervous system in a quick and effective way to "reset" the brain body connection (for more detail see my column about RAPID).  This can be uncomfortable or difficult for some people to handle. This is when I would use clinical massage instead.

The effects of a good massage can be wonderful. Relaxed tissue puts less stress on the body which in turn can decrease mental or emotional stress. Pain is often diminished and range of motion can be restored.

Massage tends to be more comfortable but requires more time to provide lasting results.

Similar to RAPID, massage can be used to treat a wide range of issues such as headaches, migraines, carpal tunnel, sciatica, plantar fasciitis, and that's just to name a few.

Please feel free to text or call 306-940-6005, or email [email protected] if you have any questions or would like to book an appointment.


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