Clinical Massage Therapy
BENEFITS OF CLINICAL MASSAGE THERAPY
Clinical massage therapy addresses a variety of health conditions, the most prevalent being stress-related tension, which, experts believe, accounts for 80%-90% of disease. Massage has been proven beneficial in treating musculoskeletal disorders, increase flexibility and range of motion, relieves headaches, and shown to improve health during pregnancy.Massage has many physiological effects, such as:
" Increased circulation to all areas of the body. This means that more oxygen goes to the tissues, enabling them to function more efficiently.
" Removal of toxins and waste products that build up in the tissues.
" Reduction in recovery time from certain injuries.
" Softening of the connective tissue that permeates the body, resulting in more relaxed muscles and more efficient organ function.
" Breaking of the pain-tension cycle, which helps prevent muscle strains and aches.
" Increased flexibility and joint mobility.
" Better muscular balance throughout the body, resulting in effective support for chiropractic manipulation.