sprains and strains, muscles tears, broken bones, contractures and paresis.
Massage therapy is a non-invasive treatment that improves health, increases healing rate and shortens recovery time. Most popular types are partial or full body massages for neck, head, and legs and back; 3 to 5 sessions are recommended.
The massage therapist applies pressure and manipulates soft tissues of the body, positively affecting the connective tissues, muscles, skin, cardiovascular system, digestive system, lymphatic and immune systems, nervous and endocrine systems, respiratory system and urinary system. The body responds to pressure in both a mechanical and reflexive response.