Remedial Massage Therapy has been defined as normalising restriction and reducing pain when caused by soft tissue (muscle, ligament, tendon or joint irritation). We use a combination of techniques including deep tissue, trigger point, reflexology, myofacial release, shiatsu and cross fibre techniques to achieve the most effective and quickest results possible for each client.
What to expect from your remedial massage
A remedial massage may be painful at times. The goal of the therapists is to fix your injury in the shortest possible time with a minimum number of visits. You may be a little sore after your massage, but your muscles and joints should feel relaxed and free. It is also normal for some people to experience a bit of a “bruised” feeling for a few days after a remedial massage. When you get up off the table the majority of people feel a definite improvement in their soft tissue injury.
What types of conditions can remedial massage treat?
A good remedial massage can treat the following, as well as some other conditions with a very high success rate
(depending of course on the cause of the problem)
- Neck and shoulder pain
- Tennis & Golfers’ elbow
- Scoliosis, Sciatica & other back pain
- ITB complaints
- Knee pain
- Shin splints/Achilles tendonitis
- Foot pain/sprained ankles
- Various other injuries