Advanced Sports Massage: Sports injury massage was developed to treat sports injuries. It can also be effective in the treatment of any injury whether sustained through sport or not. Problems may have arisen as a result of the stress, physical or emotional trauma, lifestyle, falls, repetitive movements or postural disturbances.
Advanced Sports Massage can address musculoskeletal pain or restricted movement of any sort. I have had experience in dealing with the following pathologies, as well as others.
Bursitis: Inflammation of the bursa – fluid filled sacs found between bones and muscles resulting in pain and decreased motion.
Carpal tunnel syndrome: Tightness in the neck, chest, arm and or and wrist resulting in compression and swelling of the nerves that feed the hand resulting in numbness, tingling, and pain in the fingers. Carpal Tunnel Syndrome is usually caused by repetitive movement of the arms and hands.
Frozen shoulder: (adhesive capsulitis) Pain and reduced movement of the shoulder, due to scarring of the connective tissues in and around the shoulder joint. A frozen shoulder can occur after a fall or repetitive movement of the arm that aggravates and stresses the shoulder.
Golfers elbow: (medial epicondylitis), a painful, tender condition caused by inflammation of the tendon at the site of attachment for muscles inside the elbow, usually caused by overuse.
Planter fasciitis: The plantar fascia, which covers the sole of the foot, becomes tight, inflamed, and tender, commonly making it painful to walk. Plantar Fascitis can be caused by poor alignment of bones in the foot, a poorly aligned pelvis coupled with using un-supportive shoes or walking on hard surfaces.
- Kyphosis: exaggeration of the outward curves of the back
- Lordosis: exaggeration of the inward curves of the back
- Scoliosis: Curvature and rotation of the spine in the shape of a “C” or “S” resulting in uneven shoulder levels or a hump in the back. Often associated with back pain and/or neck pain, it can be caused by birth, physical trauma, or associated with other diagnoses such as arthritis. Many individuals with scoliosis also have a poorly aligned pelvis and differing leg lengths.
RSI: Repetitive Strain Injury can affect the arm, back, shoulders, wrists, hands or thumbs, patient may experience short bursts of excruciating pain, the pain is worse with activity, weakness, lack of endurance.
Shin splints: Painful shins resulting from overuse or excessive activities such as running or jumping.
Tennis elbow: (lateral epicondylitis), pain and tenderness on the outside of the elbow and down the forearm, caused by inflammation of the tendon at the site of attachment for some muscles, usually due to overuse.
Whiplash: Neck pain as a result of muscle spasm from the head being whipped forward and backward at high speeds such as in a car accident. Whiplash can also be associated with headaches and difficulty moving or turning the head.
Deep Tissue Massage:
This work is relevant for almost anyone; the aim of this treatment is to reduce pain, increase mobility and increase the body mind connection of the patient.
Problems may have arisen as a result of extreme exercise, physical or emotional trauma, lifestyle, repetitive movements or postural disturbances.
Advanced palpatory skills enable the therapist to feel for restrictions, understand more clearly what is going on within the client’s body, to treat accordingly and help restore condition.
This work can be very deep, depending on the individual patient’s needs.
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This work is relevant for almost anyone; the aim of this treatment is to increase the body mind connection of the patient and to introduce therapeutic touch. It can be deeply relaxing and enables the patient’s body to self-heal on a deep level.
This work can be very deep or more superficial, depending on the individual patient’s needs.
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