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Is it possible to manage the pain from a remedial massage?

Updated: Sep 13, 2022

Pain is an uncomfortable feeling that tells you something may be wrong. It can be steady, throbbing, stabbing, aching, pinching, or described in many other ways. Sometimes, it's just a nuisance, like a mild headache. Other times it can be debilitating.

Untreated pain profoundly impacts the quality of life and can have physical, psychological, social, and economic consequences. Inappropriately managed acute pain can result in immunological and neural changes, progressing to chronic pain if untreated.

It's possible that remedial massage could help you manage the pain. Remedial massage could help you manage the muscle pain that you are feeling. The remedial massage therapist would do an assessment at the beginning of the massage and determine how many treatments you need and what areas of the body need to be worked on.

A remedial massage is an alternative medicine that uses touch to relieve muscle pain, stiffness, and tension. People from all walks of life have used it to relieve stress, aid sleep and increase mobility.

Remedial massage is the art of manipulating the soft tissues of your body to relieve pain. The massages reduce stress, enhance circulation and increase blood flow.

Remedial massage has been a long-standing medical treatment in various cultures worldwide since the beginning of recorded history.

The benefits of massage therapy are not just physical. They may improve emotional and mental health, reduce stress and anxiety and even aid in the reduction of pain.

Remedial massage can be an effective treatment for a variety of health problems. My mission is to help you achieve total well-being and balance through therapeutic bodywork - a customised blend of remedial massage therapy and aromatherapy.

A series of treatments can often remedy a common condition, subluxation of the spine. However, the condition may persist indefinitely and cause extreme discomfort if left untreated.

Yes, it would help if you had treatments. Remedial massage is designed to help you manage pain and stress, improve your range of motion, increase your overall sense of well-being, and enhance muscle tone.


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