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Remedial Massage & Trigger Point Therapy

The entire body can be effectively relieved of pain and tension with remedial massage. Soft tissue massage increases range of motion, improves joint mobility, and relaxes the muscle. The methods employed depend on the type, location, and intensity of the pain.

Trigger Points are hyper-irritable areas of the muscular fascia brought on by repetitive motion and postural tension. There are a variety of physical, physiological, or psychological factors that might cause them to start or continue. When pushed or when they are active, trigger points can “trigger” local and referred pain as well as local discomfort when pressure is applied. Direct pressure is used to pressurize the area and diffuse trigger points. These trigger points can be released to reduce anxiety and get rid of discomfort. Massage with trigger points “is not soothing.”

People can have headaches, shoulder pain, and neck and back pain as a result of hunching over a computer. Poor work-station (desk) design, incorrect posture, and prolonged sitting can all lead to or exacerbate muscle and joint issues.

Remedial massage combined with trigger point therapy is an efficient technique to reduce pain and discomfort and hasten the healing process, whether you are engaging in a lot of physical activity, training for a sporting event, or spending all day at a computer.

How frequently must I have treatments?

The quantity and frequency of treatments needed to treat an injury or muscular issue will vary depending on the specific ailment being treated.

A common rule of thumb is that 2 or 3 treatments will typically get rid of the majority of your discomfort. Once there is no discomfort from one treatment to the next, biweekly sessions are advised. A monthly maintenance massage is advised after the treatment has stabilized.

You can have a massage once a month or more frequently if you like because they are generally good for your health.