Sports & Clinical Remedial Massage 

 What is Sports Massage, and why is it used?

There are many therapeutic benefits found with sports massage treatments for those struggling with pain issues stemming from injury or other root causes. There are some preventative types of sports massage that can help to decrease incident of strain or sprain by increasing resilience and range of motion. Regular sports massage therapy can also give the body a better alignment, which can curb potential injury during some activities. Sports massage has also been proven to be effective in expediting rehabilitation and recovery from injuries, restoring muscles and joints following surgeries as well.

Sports massage is further endorsed as being effective for clients before and following sporting events or performances, both priming muscle groups for the ensuing movement or restoring and loosening up muscle groups following exertion. Depending on the activity or sport involved, many areas of the body can become strained due to the repetitive motion or extreme assertion of particular muscle groups. Sports massage is an integral component of a holistic approach to wellness that can be used to augment existing treatment options and routines to optimize performance and expedite recovery following. Surgical patients have reported faster healing and less discomfort when regularly utilizing sports massage from qualified massage therapists and practitioners.
The impact of sports massage on the actual performance of an athlete or client is further endorsement for integrating this practice into current regimens. Those receiving massage report less fatigue, increased flexibility, bigger gains, more endurance, and fewer injuries during exercise or sporting events. Furthermore, the relaxation of massage therapy can lend to a calming influence on the mind which may improve focus in other areas of life including the big game!

 

 The Seeing Hand Therapies Massage incorporates:


Effective Deep Tissue Massage Techniques,
Neuro Muscular Technique (NMT),
Trigger Point Therapy.
Muscle Energy Technique (MET),
Proprioceptive Neuromuscular Facilitation (PNF),
Myofascial Release Technique,
Soft Tissue Release Technique (STR),
Connective Tissue Massage (CTM),
Passive articulation of major joints,
Positional Release Technique (PRT),
Manual Lymphatic Drainage Techniques (MLD),
The use of ice (Cryotherapy) & heat (Thermotherapy) in treating injuries, 
Sports Rehabilitation & Aftercare Advice,
Pre, post and maintenance sports massage routines.

 

 Sports Massage can aid in the following conditions:

 

Muscle and Tendon Strain,
Muscle Tightness, Knots/Adhesions & Scar Tissue,
Ligament Sprains,
Ankle Impingements,
Carpal Tunnel Syndrome,
Frozen Shoulder,
Golfers & Tennis Elbow, 
Shin Splints,
RSI,
Lower Back Pain,
Sciatica,
Neck Pain,
Rotator Cuff Pain,

 And many more...

 

Let the Seeing Hand Therapies help you on your journey