With a busy lifestyle becoming the norm nowadays, people are constantly searching for new ways to alleviate general tension (most often in back and neck) and a variety of health disorders in their bodies.
Although remedial massage is not a new technique, it is often looked upon as a 'luxury treatment' that people will only consider having if they have been gifted one or if a physiotherapist is not available to see them, as a desperate measure to get some hands-on relief of some sort... However people often underestimate the power of remedial therapy, especially when used in conjunction with physiotherapy treatments.
A qualified massage therapist will apply the appropriate modality relevant to the client's situation in order to: help repair damage in the body; support and speed up the body’s own repair mechanisms by stimulating blood supply (thus allowing the toxins in the muscles to be removed); calm the peripheral nervous system to ease pain and discomfort; and tone and relax the muscles to improve joint mobility.
Aside from the obvious physical impact on the body, remedial massage also has an impact on the emotional, mental and spiritual aspect of a client's state, leaving her/him with increased vitality, calmness, a sense of general wellbeing and balance.
People suffering from stress or poor sleeping habits should consider getting a massage regularly because of all the benefits mentioned above.
At The Physio Clinic, we want our clients to feel they are getting the best service available, so if you are already seeing a physiotherapist, talk to him/her about organising an appointment with our qualified remedial massage therapist as it will greatly help reduce the recovery time and get you back on track in no time.
Kindly from all the team at TPC!
For more information, call The Physio Clinic on 8342 1233 or click below to book online.
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