Remedial Massage Coffs Harbour and Surrounding Area’s

 

Remedial massage focuses on the causes of musculoskeletal dysfunction and discomfort as well as providing pain relief. It is a holistic approach that uses several diagnostic techniques to locate and repair damage while also supporting and speeding up the body’s own repair mechanisms. Remedial massage is a deep massage done to create the conditions for the body’s return to optimal health.

 

In particular, it is the specific manipulation of soft tissue (muscle, ligament, tendon and fascia) that can help restore function by treating and preventing specific health issues, musculoskeletal dysfunction and injuries. It is used to treat strains, sprains, broken bones, bruising, any injury where the skin is intact. Deep tissue massage removes blockages, damaged cells, scar tissue and adhesions left after injury, speeds up recovery and encourages more complete healing. Remedial Massage is also used for conditions created by lifestyle for example Repetitive Strain Injury and Back Pain.

 

There are several techniques used during a remedial massage, each with a particular use specific to a desired outcome. The techniques used are designed to increase the flow of blood and lymph around the body, particularly in the injured areas. This enables the body to heal. It is often successful where other forms of treatment have failed.

 

What is the difference between remedial massage and a normal massage?

 

A normal massage is unspecific in its aim to provide muscle relief and ease tension. By comparison, a remedial massage targets a particular area of the body that is the focal point of pain and discomfort. Remedial massages use expert techniques to promote normality in your body structure and restore optimal health. A remedial massage achieves this by firstly identifying musculoskeletal pain or dysfunction, and then employing targeting methods to alleviate discomfort and enhance the body’s natural ability to repair. Some remedial specific techniques may include effleurage, wringing, or compressions – all of which are dependent on the type of pain and its location.

 

How long does it take to get results?

 

The results process differs based on an individual’s self-healing process and the extent of the injury or discomfort in the body. A remedial massage will help increase the flow of oxygen and nutrients to damaged cells, prompting them to heal and recover. If your body has an excessive amount of toxins and waste as a result of musculoskeletal issues, this will slow down the healing process. In cases of severe injury, monthly remedial massages may be required to enforce cell turnover.

 

Is remedial massage painful?

 

Mild or slight discomfort is a common occurrence when receiving a remedial massage. However, extreme pain is counter-intuitive to the aim of a remedial massage, which is to restore relaxation and relieve tension, and is often only used in extreme cases of bodily dysfunction or dislocation. Similarly, it is common to feel a slight discomfort post-massage due to the manipulation of soft tissue in affected areas. This pain usually subsides naturally and lessens over a 48-hour period. If this is not the case, get in contact with your therapist.

 

Qualified remedial massage therapists at Coffs Coast Sports Physiotherapy

Our team at Coffs Coast Sports Physiotherapy includes fully qualified remedial massage therapists who have years of experience and expertise. Cynan Dowling began working for our team in 2014 and has worked alongside triathletes and cyclists to support their recovery processes in cases of sports-related injuries. Tennille Callegari is another member of our remedial massage team and is a firm believer in the holistic approach to health, which is at the forefront of remedial massage aims. Tennille combines her interests in holistic help with anatomical research to provide a comprehensive service that treats both the mind and body in one go.

 

A remedial massage is useful in cases of localised musculoskeletal discomfort or dysfunction. It is used by professional therapists to promote self-healing processes in the body through expert techniques and targeted action. If you require help regarding a bodily health concern or feel that you require further assistance on your journey to optimal health, recruit Coffs Coast Sports Physiotherapy specialists today for a remedial massage or other related services.

 

If you’d like to book an appointment at our Coffs Harbour clinic, give us a call on call on 02 6651 9622.

 

If you live closer to our Woolgoolga clinic, call 02 6654 2477 today so our team can help get you with your recovery.

 

You can also contact us online if you don’t want to speak to someone over the phone.

Remedial Message - CCSP
Remedial Message - CCSP

Remedial Massage Coffs Harbour and Surrounding Area’s

 

Remedial massage focuses on the causes of musculoskeletal dysfunction and discomfort as well as providing pain relief. It is a holistic approach that uses several diagnostic techniques to locate and repair damage while also supporting and speeding up the body’s own repair mechanisms. Remedial massage is a deep massage done to create the conditions for the body’s return to optimal health.

 

In particular, it is the specific manipulation of soft tissue (muscle, ligament, tendon and fascia) that can help restore function by treating and preventing specific health issues, musculoskeletal dysfunction and injuries. It is used to treat strains, sprains, broken bones, bruising, any injury where the skin is intact. Deep tissue massage removes blockages, damaged cells, scar tissue and adhesions left after injury, speeds up recovery and encourages more complete healing. Remedial Massage is also used for conditions created by lifestyle for example Repetitive Strain Injury and Back Pain.

 

There are several techniques used during a remedial massage, each with a particular use specific to a desired outcome. The techniques used are designed to increase the flow of blood and lymph around the body, particularly in the injured areas. This enables the body to heal. It is often successful where other forms of treatment have failed.

 

What is the difference between remedial massage and a normal massage?

 

A normal massage is unspecific in its aim to provide muscle relief and ease tension. By comparison, a remedial massage targets a particular area of the body that is the focal point of pain and discomfort. Remedial massages use expert techniques to promote normality in your body structure and restore optimal health. A remedial massage achieves this by firstly identifying musculoskeletal pain or dysfunction, and then employing targeting methods to alleviate discomfort and enhance the body’s natural ability to repair. Some remedial specific techniques may include effleurage, wringing, or compressions – all of which are dependent on the type of pain and its location.

 

How long does it take to get results?

 

The results process differs based on an individual’s self-healing process and the extent of the injury or discomfort in the body. A remedial massage will help increase the flow of oxygen and nutrients to damaged cells, prompting them to heal and recover. If your body has an excessive amount of toxins and waste as a result of musculoskeletal issues, this will slow down the healing process. In cases of severe injury, monthly remedial massages may be required to enforce cell turnover.

 

Is remedial massage painful?

 

Mild or slight discomfort is a common occurrence when receiving a remedial massage. However, extreme pain is counter-intuitive to the aim of a remedial massage, which is to restore relaxation and relieve tension, and is often only used in extreme cases of bodily dysfunction or dislocation. Similarly, it is common to feel a slight discomfort post-massage due to the manipulation of soft tissue in affected areas. This pain usually subsides naturally and lessens over a 48-hour period. If this is not the case, get in contact with your therapist.

 

Qualified remedial massage therapists at Coffs Coast Sports Physiotherapy

Our team at Coffs Coast Sports Physiotherapy includes fully qualified remedial massage therapists who have years of experience and expertise. Cynan Dowling began working for our team in 2014 and has worked alongside triathletes and cyclists to support their recovery processes in cases of sports-related injuries. Tennille Callegari is another member of our remedial massage team and is a firm believer in the holistic approach to health, which is at the forefront of remedial massage aims. Tennille combines her interests in holistic help with anatomical research to provide a comprehensive service that treats both the mind and body in one go.

 

A remedial massage is useful in cases of localised musculoskeletal discomfort or dysfunction. It is used by professional therapists to promote self-healing processes in the body through expert techniques and targeted action. If you require help regarding a bodily health concern or feel that you require further assistance on your journey to optimal health, recruit Coffs Coast Sports Physiotherapy specialists today for a remedial massage or other related services.

 

If you’d like to book an appointment at our Coffs Harbour clinic, give us a call on call on 02 6651 9622.

 

If you live closer to our Woolgoolga clinic, call 02 6654 2477 today so our team can help get you with your recovery.

 

You can also contact us online if you don’t want to speak to someone over the phone.

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