Why Massage Therapy?
In today’s society, we can all say we are familiar with stress. Of course stress can be dealt with, but while we do deal with it, stress can do it’s share of agitation on your body – affecting your circulatory, muscular, and nervous system. Your circulatory system’s flow can be interrupted, musculature contractions can be hindered, and your nervous system’s nerve conduction can be over stimulated.
By means of massage therapy, your systems can be facilitated to a better state of health by improving the flow of circulation, enabling muscles to contract more efficiently and soothe taxed nerve conduction.
When circulation is improved, nourishment is restored and by-products from the tissue can get out. When muscles can contract more efficiently, the nourishment and by-product removal is stabilized. When nerve conduction is soothed, your body’s systems can operate more efficiently.
What Is Massage Therapy Applicable For?
Not only is massage therapy beneficial for stress management, but it also can help relieve other discomforts from specific problems, such as:
- muscle cramps and spasms
- post-workout tissue repair
- low back and neck pain
- tennis elbow
- sports injuries
- pre and post natal care
- post surgery discomforts