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Massage Therapy for Grand Falls

ChiropracticCarole12 and massage can be combined for the ultimate relaxation experience. Your muscles and spine will be addressed more specifically by our certified massage therapist.

Feel Great and Function Better

The practice of massage therapy is the assessment and manipulation of the soft tissues and joints of the body. Our therapist has a wealth of knowledge about anatomy and physiology of the body’s structure.

The effects of massage therapy reach beyond relaxation. Massage therapy:

  • Increases circulation, enabling better oxygen and nutrient delivery to muscles and cells and the removal of waste materials
  • Stimulates healthy separation and realignment of injured fibres
  • Helps decrease pain and inflammation
  • Loosens contracted muscles and stimulates weak muscles to help balance the body
  • Increases mobility in joints
  • Affects internal organs through direct or indirect nerve stimulation

Who Can Benefit?

Massage therapy is recommended for:

Relief of chronic stress/tension
Improved circulation
Pain relief
Lymphatic drainage
Neck, jaw and back pain
Chronic fatigue
Fibromyalgia
Tendonitis
Bursitis
Carpal tunnel syndrome
Pregnancy discomforts
Muscle spasms
Sprains/strains
Osteoarthritis
Sciatica
Thoracic outlet syndrome
Rheumatoid arthritis
Whiplash

Types of Massage Offered

Our therapist will evaluate the status of your muscle tissue to determine which technique is most appropriate for you.

Therapeutic/Swedish

This technique is deep and focuses on healing the muscle tissue that can be causing health problems.

Most commonly used for this method are:

  • Trigger point release
  • Manual lymphatic drainage
  • Deep tissue work
  • Scar tissue work
  • Hydrotherapy techniques
  • Remedial exercises
  • Myofascial release

Relaxation

This technique is focused on increasing your relaxation. It is considered a more superficial technique that helps to promote circulation. The skills used in this type of massage are:

  • Diaphragmatic breathing
  • Stroking technique
  • Effleurage
  • Origin
  • Insertion for muscles

Are you ready to relax and bring your body to a higher state of wellness? Contact us today to schedule an appointment.

 

 


Enjoy Massage Therapy in Grand Falls | (506) 582-2000

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