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What is remedial massage near me? Everything you’ve needed to know.

Looking for sensational remedial massage near me? Look no further than remedial massage in burwood east!

We will explain everything on your mind relating to remedial massage and what to expect during a consultation.

There’s nothing better than having your muscles and pain eased with a great massage, is there?

Only problem we see with all our patients is that there are so many different types of massages to choose from. Deep Tissue, Relaxation, Sports, lymphatic drainage… how are you meant to choose the right massage for your needs?

Our personal favourite as well as our patients is remedial massage.

Remedial massage, otherwise known as sports massage, is somewhat misunderstood, but performed by a qualified remedial massage therapist and/or Myotherapist, it can help with many injuries and areas of pain.

From relieving chronic pain and releasing tension to increasing mobility and blood flow and circulation, the list of remedial massage benefits is a long one!

Below is some additional information from our Director – Jayden Seracino who is also a Myotherapist, Personal Trainer and Remedial Massage therapist.

What is remedial massage?

The short version?

“Remedial massage is used to aid muscle recovery, reduce pain and improve mobility, blood flow, circulation and lactic acid.

Different to other forms of relaxation massage, remedial massage is performed by a trained remedial massage therapist which is normally a 2 year course.

“Remedial massage is used for the prevention and management of injuries, including soft tissue injuries, and can be performed in guidance with other health professionals as a part of a patient’s treatment plan.

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Remedial Massage therapists in burwood east with over 5 years of experience. Experts in pain relief and long term recovery.

Remedial massage benefits:

When people think of remedial massage, many think of AFL players having their legs rubbed down on the side of the field. Working alongside West Coast Eagles in the past, this is true and is very beneficial to speed up recovery so the players can perform at their best.

Yes, remedial massage is widely used in the treatment and prevention of sports injuries, but there are so many other benefits to this form of massage.

Remedial massage benefits include, but aren’t limited to:

  • Decreasing pain and alleviating chronic pain conditions.
  • Prevention and management of sports and soft tissue injuries.
  • Releasing tension and tightness in the muscles.
  • Increase blood flow and oxygen to treatment area.
  • Faster recovery time for athletes or people who train rigorously.
  • Flushing chemicals out the body that cause muscles to tighten.
  • Breaking down and healing of scar tissue post-surgical operation.
  • Assisting the flow or draining of lymph fluid in patients with cancer and/or lymphedema, which can decrease swelling in the treatment area.
  • Can improve problems such as headaches, abdominal pain, low back pain and sciatic pain.
  • Can be used in treatment for muscle cramps, whiplash, muscular atrophy, fibrositis, spondylitis, and arthritis.

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Who is remedial massage good for?

Anyone that is suffering from muscular pain, tension or just needing some maintenance could benefit from elements of massage.

  • Patients with back spasms and disc problems.
  • Cancer patients who have lymphedema as a result of their cancer treatment.
  • People with chronic pain.
  • Post-surgery for patients who’ve had arthroscopies or a joint replacement to manage the healing of soft tissue and scarring.
  • Athletes that perform at elite levels.
  • General Public with aches and pains.

Headaches

Remedial massage techniques:

  • Trigger Point Therapy
  • Manual Therapy (hands on)
  • Cupping
  • Dry Needling
  • Joint Mobilisations
  • Muscle Energy Techniques
  • Taping
  • Exercise Prescription

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