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massage therapy

Neuromuscular massage therapy is a form of soft tissue massage that aims to alleviate chronic muscle and nervous system disorders. It is mainly used to fix trigger points, circulation, nerve compression, postural problems and repetitive movement injuries.


This therapy addresses trigger points, scar tissue adhesions and microscopic damage to the Soft Tissue, poor posture, blood circulation, compressed nerves, and biomechanical problems that repetitive movement injuries can cause. Utilizing NMT can enhance the healing process by increasing blood supply into the tissue and promoting muscular symmetry.


Additional services offered to complement this therapy are:


Sports Therapy

Sports therapy is full bodywork that deals with acute, chronic, and repetitive injuries associated with recreational activities. This type of therapy can help prevent injuries, improve recovery, and condition the body to maintain optimal health during athletic activities.


Cupping Therapy - Kangzhu Cup

Cupping is a form of therapy in which cups are placed on the skin creating suction on the body to increase blood flow, reduce inflammation and activate the lymphatic system to promote drainage. Also, it brings fresh blood to the area, which improves circulation, treats pain, reduces tension, releases toxins, and enhances the appearance of cellulite.


When circulation is sluggish or compromised in an injured or diseased body area, the soft tissue will have insufficient oxygen getting to the cells, allowing the localized build-up of waste products. 


Cupping Therapy - MediCup

MediCupping uses a machine to create the suction and pumping movements with manual vacuum pistols, making a soothing, consistent, and effective treatment without causing strain on the practitioner or client. As an adjunct therapy to chiropractic manipulations, medical protocols, and surgical recovery, MediCupping therapy accelerates the patients' progress.


Functional Cupping - Baguanfa Cup

Baguanfa (silicone) cup therapy allows the client to get up and stretch while having the cups on them. The Silicone cups hold the muscle during Dynamic Movement. Silicone cups come in many different sizes and are malleable, which allows us to place these cups under challenging areas like the knees, elbows, hands, feet, scapulae, abdominals, shoulders, etc. The vacuum created by the suction effect of the silicone cups increases blood and lymphatic circulation systematically and locally relaxes the muscle and connective tissue, drawing out stagnant blood, pathogenic factors, and toxins from the tissue and releasing a myriad of pain-causing factors.


Deep Tissue Therapy

Deep tissue focuses on realigning deeper layers of muscles and connective tissue. It is beneficial for chronic aches and pains, contracted areas such as stiff neck, upper and lower back pain, leg muscle tightness, and sore shoulders. The pressure is deeper and concentrated on areas of tension and pain to reach the sub-layers of muscles and the connective tissue surrounding muscles, also known as Fascia.


Shiatsu Therapy

Shiatsu therapy is a therapeutic form of acupressure, muscle stretching, and corrective exercises derived from Japan. During the massage, the practitioner will use their hands, palms, and thumb to apply pulsing or rhythmic pressure to the body.


Trigger Point

Trigger point therapy is a commonly used technique in physiotherapy to alleviate pain caused by knotted muscles. Trigger points are irritable areas associated with a tight band of muscle that is painful upon compression, contraction, or stretching of the muscular tissue and can refer to pain in the local area or other areas of the body.


Kinesio - Rock Tape

Rock Tape is a Kinesiology tape that just evolved and enhanced to meet the demands of athletes. Rock Tape is used to facilitate the body's natural healing process while allowing support and stability to the muscles and joints without restricting the body's range of motion. Rock Tape successfully treats various orthopedic, neuromuscular, neurological, and medical conditions.

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