Medical Massage

  • Medical Massage: It makes use of advanced massage techniques to improve a particular condition or problem. The patient is properly diagnosed and administered by the therapist after a careful evaluation with particular results being the basis for the treatment.
  • Deep tissue / Therapeutic Massage: You may find some strokes the same as those in Swedish massage but Deep Tissue Massage is a lot different than a regular one. Deep Tissue massage relaxes the chronic tension and break up any scar tissues and knots that may be disrupting the flow of blood.
  • PNF- Proprioceptive Neuromuscular Facilitation: PNF is an advanced form of chiropractic treatment that involves both the contraction and stretching of the body muscle being worked out.
  • MFR – Myofascial Release: MFR is a deep tissue massage for stretching the fascia to enhance muscle alignment, eliminate pain and restore motion.
  • Lymphatic Drainage: It is a technique which is used to improve lymph flow in the body. A healthy lymph flow fosters the body’s immune system in fighting off toxins responsible for infection and viruses.
  • Sports Massage: It is a well-recognized form of treatment that focuses on soft tissue injuries. Sports Massage is a best option for pre and post athletes.
  • Trigger Point Therapy: It involves putting finger pressure on the most irritate areas to alleviate pain and stress from chronic injuries.
  • Pregnancy and Infant Massage: This massage technique is tailored particularly to the needs of a pregnant woman and their changing bodies to release muscle tension, eliminate waste products and improve the overall blood circulation. Whereas the infant massage involves soft body massage of an infant to provide nurturing touch to enhance health, improves a way of communication and sleep patterns.
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