Muscular Rehab Center "Chris was able to see the whole picture
and notice that I had pronated feet that
was the root of my knee pain."
— Mrs. Chappel

 

Massage is not just a luxury anymore.

Massage greatly affects your overall health and well-being, and initiates the healing process.
A recent study shows that massage follows medication as the most popular form of pain relief.

Who Can Benefit from Massage Therapy?
You can benefit form therapeutic massage. For example, do you suffer from any of these conditions?

Post surgical
Pain
Neck pain
Whiplash
Muscular
Spasm
Trigger/Tender
Points
Muscular
Imbalance
Stress
Joint pain
Referred pain
Bio Mechanical  
Stress
Stretch Reflex
Shoulder pain
Arthritis
Circulatory
problems
Headaches
Insomnia
Back pain
Immune function disorders

 

Heat or Ice...
 When To Use  Use Ice after an acute injury, such as
an
ankle sprain, or after activities that
irritate a chronic injury, such as
shin
splints.
Use heat before activities that irritate
chronic injuries such as muscle strains.
Heat can help loosen tissues and relax
injured areas.
How To Do It Read through the information on how
to ice an injury. There are several
ways to ice an injury.
Heating pads or hot wet towels are both
excellent methods. Place a washcloth
under hot tap water and then apply to the
injured area.
For How Long Apply ice treatments for no longer
than 20 minutes at a time. Too much
ice can do harm, even cause frostbite;
more ice application does not mean
more relief.
It is not necessary to apply a heat
treatment for more than about 20 minutes
at a time. Never apply heat while sleeping.

 

 

 

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