Swedish Massage
A vigorous system of treatment designed to energize the body by stimulating circulation. By using a combination of kneading, rolling and percussive type strokes, Swedish massage can provide generalized relaxation, reduce scar tissue adhesions and speed healing from injury.
Myofascial Release
A three dimensional application of sustained pressure and movement into the fascial system in order to eliminate fascial restrictions caused by various types of chronic pain.
Neuromuscular (Trigger Point)
A soft tissue manipulation that balances the body's CNS (central nervous system) with the Musculoskeletal system. Based on the theory that the CNS initiates and maintains pain, this treatment helps to relieve tissue dysfunction by alleviating the underlying causes.
Sports Massage
A method that includes three specific components: Pre, Post, and Throughout training regimens. This massage modality provides warmup, restores tissue normalization, and reduces injuries for amateur and professional athletes.
Positional Release
An approach that provides the opportunity for the release of spasm and hypertonicity in soft tissues by positioning the body away from resistance barriers and towards positions of comfort and ease.
Active Isolated Stretching
A rehabilitative and restorative modality designed to assist in the recovery of an acute muscular problem or to prevent acute muscular problems from becoming chronic. This specific stretching technique provides patients with a faster recovery time with less physical discomfort.
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