There is absolutely a time and a place for DTM, the problem is that everyone has a different idea of what this means. Some therapists go after deep fascial layers, some therapists think this means trigger point work, and some just increase pressure as much as they can. If the client and therapist don’t have an open dialogue with clear instructions of when ‘enough is enough’, the client can experience a lot of discomfort and we don’t want that.
Rome Floyd 30162 Georgia GA 34.2905 -85.2138
I have been a licensed massage therapist for over 10 years with my ultimate goal being to help others mentally and physically. I am the daughter of a Physical Therapist after all! hehe Extensive experience working on individuals struggling with depression and/or addiction and they hold a special place in my heart. I am very easy going and non-judgmental, my table is available to those who need to ease up and disconnect. Massages are incredibly beneficial as research proved it could significantly increase one's well-being over time. Booking a session will come with complimentary aromatherapy to open your senses and promote relaxat ... View Profile
Neck pain is among the most common reasons people seek medical treatment. In fact, 40 to 70 percent of people report significant neck and Back Pain at some point during his or her life. The good news is that you do not have to allow your neck pain to become a real and constant problem. Deep tissue neck massage techniques help you to manage pain. This is even true if you suffer from neck pain well after a neck injury occurred.
Posterior interosseous syndrome. Physiopedia explains that posterior interosseous syndrome is a compression of the posterior interosseous nerve, which is located near the shaft of the humerus and the elbow, that may result in paresis or paralysis of the thumbs and fingers. Though cryotherapy, ultrasound, dry needling, and other modalities often help with this condition, so too does deep tissue work that is focused on the thoracic outlet, pectoralis minor, triceps, brachioradialis, and other surrounding areas.
Since ancient times, hot stones have been used for both physical and spiritual healing. Hot Stone Massage not only dispels tensions and soothes the soul but also enhances lymph flow, removes toxins, and fortifies the immune system. The treatment causes blood vessels to dilate, leading to improved circulation and consequently improved oxygen, nutrient, antibody, and protective cell supply to the area of the body under the stones. It is extremely effective for joint problems, back pain, and sore muscles.
Glenn Heard 30219 Georgia GA 33.1572 -85.1706
Fibromyalgia syndrome is a common and chronic disorder characterized by widespread pain, areas of tenderness, and a number of other symptoms. While massage can be an effective way to manage fibromyalgia pain, most studies done on the effects of massage on fibromyalgia symptoms only showed short-term benefits of massage. Only one study proved to have long-term benefits.9 Though more studies are needed to confirm the positive effects of massage on this condition, you could go to a registered remedial therapist for massage therapy to help with the pain.
Deep tissue massage is a therapeutic technique that relieves deep-seated muscle tension and soothes chronic tightness. During a deep tissue massage, a trained therapist delivers intense pressure through slow strokes and targeted fascial release. This technique is often used to treat repetitive-stress injuries, posture problems, and sports injuries.
Atlanta DeKalb 30319 Georgia GA 33.8687 -84.3351
As you can probably tell, understanding sports massage is never as simple as learning one technique or type of modality ... or just "working deep." A sports massage therapist who understands the three key principles of sports massage should be able to apply the appropriate treatment at the appropriate time. Every sports massage therapist should ask himself or herself the following questions before beginning a session:
Certainly a well presented and premier technical DVD series on an approach to deep tissue massage and myofascial release. Well formatted and presented. Good on technique and for both patient and therapist positioning. Should be considered as part of any clinical library. Myofascial massage and release is often of underestimated value in patient's plan of care. The DVDs aim at demonstration of technique and do so in a comprehensive and clear manner. The series is not intended to present current scientific evidence.