Remedial Massage Therapy
Revive Your Body and Mind with Expert Remedial Massage Therapy
As a leading remedial massage therapist, we offer a complementary therapeutic technique focused on injury treatment and mobility improvement in athletes. Remedial massage therapy is typically performed by physiotherapists and sports therapists, with the aim of facilitating the body's recovery from injuries and enhancing performance.
At Medisport Clinic, our team of fully qualified and highly trained remedial massage therapists are dedicated to delivering effective, long-lasting treatment to alleviate chronic pain, tension, and discomfort. Whether you are coping with a sport or workplace-related injury or seeking to reduce stress and enhance performance, we are here to help. Experience the revitalizing effects of remedial massage therapy and schedule an appointment with us today.
At Medisport Clinic, our expert remedial massage therapists use a holistic approach to target your specific needs and alleviate pain, discomfort, and tension.
Here are some benefits you can expect from our remedial massage therapy:
- Improved Blood Circulation - A remedial massage helps stimulate blood flow, which delivers nutrients, oxygen, and other vital chemicals to your cells. The increased blood supply also reduces inflammation in sore areas, promoting faster recovery.
- Muscle Stabilization and Flexibility - A Remedial Massage can ease and stabilize your muscles, which helps to increase flexibility. This is especially beneficial for athletes and active individuals as tight muscles can lead to pain and discomfort.
- Pain Management - Remedial massage can be used in conjunction with other treatments like physiotherapy or acupuncture to help reduce pain and inflammation. It can also be used alone to promote relaxation and well-being, making it an effective treatment for individuals with chronic pain conditions.
- Reduces stress and anxiety: Remedial massage can help reduce stress and anxiety levels by releasing tension from the body and improving blood flow. This can lead to a sense of relaxation and calmness, promoting a healthier state of mind.
- Improves posture and alignment: A remedial massage can improve posture and alignment by addressing muscular imbalances and promoting better movement patterns. This can lead to a reduction in pain and discomfort, and improved overall physical function.
- Helps prevent future injuries: Regular remedial massage can help prevent future injuries by maintaining muscle health and flexibility. By addressing problem areas and promoting better movement, you can reduce the risk of injury and maintain your physical performance.
- Increases overall well-being and relaxation: Remedial massage promotes a sense of overall well-being and relaxation by releasing tension, reducing pain, and improving blood flow. This can lead to a better quality of life, improved sleep, and reduced stress levels.
Frequently asked questions
What is Remedial massage?
A remedial massage is a supplemental therapy to rehabilitate injured, tight or stiff muscles.
One of its primary objectives is identifying and treating injured areas of the body and applying precise pressure to accelerate natural healing.
Remedial massage is loved among athletes, bodybuilders and those who have highly physical occupations.
How does a remedial massage work?
A remedial massage works by applying various massage techniques to target specific areas of the body that are injured, tight, or stiff. The therapist will use precise pressure and manipulation to stimulate the body's natural healing process, increase blood flow, and reduce muscle tension.
During the massage, the therapist may also assess the client's posture, range of motion, and muscle imbalances to develop a customized treatment plan. Overall, the goal of a remedial massage is to relieve pain, improve mobility, and promote overall well-being.
How often should i receive a remedial massage for therapeutic benefits?
While there are no established guidelines for the frequency of remedial massages, it is generally recommended to have them on a monthly or quarterly basis to derive maximum therapeutic benefits.
However, individuals experiencing pain, soreness, or tension may require more frequent sessions. Athletes who engage in intense training or competitions may also benefit from more frequent remedial massages to aid in their recovery.
Ultimately, the optimal frequency for remedial massages will depend on the individual's unique needs and goals, and it is best to consult with a qualified therapist to determine a personalized treatment plan.