Massage Therapy

Massage therapy consists of “hands-on” soft tissue manipulation. It works directly on the muscular, nervous and circulatory system to rehabilitate and treat physical injuries. We are trained in a wide variety of techniques to obtain varying results. Following an assessment, your therapist will utilize the appropriate techniques for treatment.

There are many benefits of Massage Therapy.

  1. Massage has an effect on local blood flow by clearing metabolic waste and by-products of tissue damage and inflammation, as well as delivering oxygen to tissue cells.

  2. Massage can reduce muscle tension; decrease spasms and increase flexibility and pain-free movement.

  3. Massage can aid with respiratory difficulties such as asthma and emphysema by loosening mucous and increasing chest expansion.

  4. Massage is helpful in reducing stress, anxiety, and depression.

  5. Massage can reduce neurological symptoms such as numbness and tingling; and increases nerve supply to areas that are lacking ie sciatica pain.

  6. Massage benefits athletes by decreasing recovery time and preventing further injuries.