Enhancing Sports Performance, Reduce recovery time, Injury Prevention, Whiplash, Low Back Pain, Neck Pain, Sciatic Nerve Pain, Joint Mobility, Frozen Shoulder, Thoracic Outlet, Rotator Cuff Injuries, "Tennis Elbow", Carpal Tunnel, Bursitis, Meniscus Tears, TMJ Dysfunction, Headaches/Migraines, Insomnia, Pelvic Floor Pain, Knee Pain, Hamstring/Adductor Strain, Relief on Compressed/Herniated Disks
Loss of flexibility will reduce strength, performance and function which can contribute to pain. Improving overall well being and can help improve performance and movement.
If you are experiencing physical pain that is interfering with work, daily routine, or recreational activities, you may be experiencing "Chronic Pain". Chronic pain is defined as pain that persists for more than 3 months. It can often worsen and the original cause can be difficult to determine.
"Acute" or short-term pain generally lasts for a few days to several weeks. The cause is typically from trauma or over activity. Other causes can be from arthritis, sports injury, house work or yard work, sudden jolt from car accident or minor fall. Symptoms may range from muscle ache to shooting or stabbing pain, limited flexibility and/or range of motion, or an inability to stand straight. Occasionally, pain felt in one part of the body may "radiate" from a disorder or injury elsewhere in the body. Some acute pain syndromes can become more serious if left untreated.
Note: More and more Therapeutic Massage is being prescribed by physicians to complement traditional medical treatments for illness, injury and pain relief . Always seek the advice of your physician before starting any new treatments.