Techniques Used and Conditions Treated

Conditions Clinical Massage can help with

  • Neck and Shoulder pain

  • Wrist and Arm pain

  • Hip and Pelvis pain and injury

  • Knee and Foot pain and injury

  • TMJ Jaw Pain

  • ​Stress Relief and Chronic Pain

  • Nerve pain

 


Amma fusion deep tissue trigger point therapy

What is Clinical Massage
 
Clinical massage is  a non-invasive therapy that encourages self-healing through manual therapy, stretching and self-care.  It is for everyone who is experiencing musculoskeletal pain and disfunction of the soft tissue of the body.
 

The treatment
 
I combine different approaches and range of advanced bodywork techniques in my treatment to encourage your body to heal and get a great result from the massage, improving pain management and/or reducing it enough to improve your quality of life. 


Treatment length 
The massage treatment usually lasts for 60-90 minutes.
Each person and body is different but generally you shall experience a positive result within one to six treatments depending on your condition.  This can manifest in reduction of the initial pain and increasing the range of motion to a complete recovery. When the pain-free time increases in between sessions, the recommended frequency of your treatment can be decreased.


 
Techniques used

  • Amma Fusion
  • Deep Tissue
  • Sport Massage Techniques and Stretching
  • Trigger Point Therapy
  • Soft Tissue Release (STR)
  • Myofascial Release (MFR)
  • Acupressure
  • Hot and Cold therapy ( hot/cold stones)
  • Fascial Nerve Release manipulation "nerve flossing"
  • Positional Release/ strain-counterstrain (SCS)