Most Popular Styles of Massage Therapy and Their Benefits

Posted on: 26 March 2019

For centuries, massage therapy has been practiced throughout the globe. Specialists use different physiotherapy styles with a wide range of movements, techniques, and pressures. All this involves manipulating, pressing and rubbing muscles with fingers or hands. Some experts also use elbows, forearms or feet. Many people rely on massage to heal injuries, get relief from different symptoms or promote overall wellness. Would you like to get a massage soon? Below is the information you may use to pick a suitable massage style that will work best.
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4 Ways to Help You Get the Most Out of Your Physiotherapy

Posted on: 21 February 2018

From time to time, your body will experience aches and pains resulting from a sedentary lifestyle or work injury that are best relieved by physiotherapy. Physiotherapy is a method of healing and remedy free from medication with a focus on a set of physical exercises to influence the body. If you are in need of physiotherapy or are considering it, here are some ways to prepare and get the most out of your sessions.
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What You Can Often Expect From a Physio Massage

Posted on: 20 July 2017

A physio or sports massage is very different than a massage you get at a spa; a physio massage is meant to treat certain muscle conditions, or to speed healing after injuries, whereas a massage at a spa is often done just for relaxation. Because these two types of massages are so different, note what you can often expect from a physio massage versus those you've enjoyed at a spa.
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Remedial massage techniques to help neck pain

Posted on: 25 January 2016

Neck pain can be caused by accidents and trauma but can also be caused simply by poor posture or overuse. Many people find that massage can be a great way to relieve neck pain and get more mobility in your neck. Here are some remedial massage techniques you can try at your desk to try and get some relief. Roll your head This is a hands free stretching exercise using the counterweight of the head to help mobilise the neck.
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