We work with the muscles and soft tissue with massage and stretching. Massage manipulates the muscle, and stretching elongates the muscles. The body is essential and important to perform our daily activities. We all care for our cars and objects, so why not invest in our bodies' well-being? After all, it is like one big machine.
Massage is used to help manage a health condition or enhance wellness. It involves manipulating the soft tissues of the body. Massage has been practiced in most Eastern and Western cultures throughout human history and was one of the earliest tools people used to relieve pain. There are many forms of massage. Some of the common are Swedish, deep tissue, and sports. Some forms accomplish specific goals, and others help with overall body wellness.
- FeverSkin problems
- Infectious disease
- Bone fracture
- Recent surgery
- BurnsOpen wounds
Assisted Stretching is stretching with the assistance of another person. Assisted stretching allows your body to move in ways it cannot when stretching alone. Active isolated stretching (AIS) is sometimes called the Mattes Method. It was developed by Aaron L. Mattes decades ago as an amazing way to reduce pain, increase flexibility, and improve performance while decreasing the chance of injury. This stretching is dynamic. You only hold the stretches for two seconds each and repeat for a few reps, whereas, in static stretching, you hold the stretches between thirty to sixty seconds.
- Limited movement at the joint due to the presence of a boney block
- Directly after fracture when it has not completely healed
- Acute inflammation or infection
- Sharp pain during joint movement
- Hematoma or other soft tissue trauma
- Hypermobility Pregnancy Deep Vein Thrombosis (DVT)
- Reduce Muscle Tightness. Many of us struggle to relax, unwind and let our muscles relax
- Decrease Stress. When your muscles are relaxed, it's easier for you to relax ...
- Become More Flexible
- Increase Athletic Performance
- Improved Range of Motion
- Injury prevention
- Improved Circulation
- Stimulation of the lymphatic system
- Increased joint mobility and flexibility
- Improved recovery of soft tissue injuries