Deep-tissue massage therapy

Deep-tissue massage therapy from Art Klassen RMT

By: Art Klassen RMT  15-03-2013
Keywords: Massage Therapy, alternative medicine, back pain

Deep Tissue Therapeutic Massage  provides a unique multidisciplinary approach in which you become an active participant in your own recovery. You and the therapist work together to identify and eliminate the symptoms and underlying physiological imbalances while managing pain with massage and home-based exercises. looks past the immediate physical symptoms to the origin of the pain or dysfunction. These root causes may stem from trauma-induced injuries, pathology, or from postural imbalances that aggravate the pain through daily activities.

Common orthopaedic conditions can stem from sports injuries, postural imbalances due to poor work ergonomics, chronic pain or from scar tissue that arises from surgery or traumatic injury. As your massage therapist, I will evaluate and treat the soft tissue dysfunctions, pain and injuries with a series of specialized techniques.

Some benefits of orthopaedic massage are increased blood circulation and relaxation. Additionally, orthopaedic massage helps to dissolve adhesions, realign the soft tissue and reduce or eliminate tension; and many other benefits. Orthopaedic massage is often used to enhance the performance of athletes, dancers and individuals wishing to improve their overall health and well-being.

One of the most important benefits of massage therapy was discovered recently by Dr. Mark Tarnopolsky of , . His study demonstrated that Massage helps relieve pain in damaged muscles by sending anti-inflammation messages to muscle cells. While ifnlamation plays an important role in helping your body heal, chronic inflammation can also lead to a host of diseases, such as allergies, auto-immune disorders and even cancer.

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