About Remedial Massage
What is Remedial Massage?
Everything you wanted to know about remedial massage
Remedial massage is found to be effective in treating a wide range of medical conditions and ailments. It results in positive impact on various parts of the body by treating both the cause of the disorder, as well as the symptoms.
What is remedial massage?
Remedial massage offers an effective healing treatment for muscles and tendons that have become damaged, tensed, immobile, impaired, and knotted. Depending on the condition that needs to be addressed, remedial massage therapy can be gentle, or strong, deep or shallow. Remedial massage offers a holistic treatment by identifying the cause and then healing the disorder, as well as the symptoms.
Remedial massage therapy is successful in treating a wide range of conditions, such as neck pain, back pain, jaw pain, arthritis, tennis elbow, muscular spasms, muscular cramps, frozen shoulder, tension headaches, and many other conditions. As well as treating this medical problems and conditions, remedial massage helps in improving the circulatory and lymphatic systems of the body. It helps reduce pain and swelling by virtue of improving the lymphatic system. It helps in relaxing tired and tensed muscles, assists in tissue re-generation, and works towards improving joint strength and mobilisation. Studies have revealed that remedial massage helps reduce pain and improves one’s mood and relaxation. It also helps reduce anxiety thereby improving sleep, concentration, and energy level.
To get the most out of the remedial massage, one should get the massage on a regular basis. In case of acute injuries, one must get the remedial massage within 72 hours following the injury. Normally, remedial massage treatment session lasts for about 30-45 minutes. For a full body treatment, the massage session may last for about 90 minutes.
Who is the best candidate?
Remedial massage is effective in treating a wide range of conditions. The following common conditions that can be successfully treated with remedial massage are Achilles injury Tennis elbow Frozen joint Carpal Tunnel Syndrome Repetitive strain injuries Shin splits Scar tissue Hamstring injuries People who have muscular and skeletal dysfunctions such as sports injuries, dancing injuries, arthritis, spondylitis, and muscular atrophy can also benefit from remedial massage therapy. If people are interested in remedial massage therapy they must consult an experienced and qualified massage therapist.
Though remedial massage is safe and pain-free, some people experience the following side effects, Headache Diarrhoea Stomach upset Increased urination The above side effects are a result of release of certain toxins from the muscles. However, they can be reduced by getting the massage from a trained and experienced remedial massage therapist.
What is the Cost?
The cost of remedial massage therapy may vary, depending on the number of hours for which the massage is availed, the number of sessions that one needs, medical condition that is being treated, skill and experience of the therapist and the location. On an average, remedial massage therapy may cost anywhere between $90 and $190.