Wallis Holistic Sports Massage
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What I can do and how
Relax tight muscles to Increase suppleness.
Muscles may be tight due to the presence of old deep scar tissue that is very difficult to heal without assistance. Warming up and streching with the assistance and feedback of a therapist is potentially far more effective than doing so alone. Combining massage with assisted stretching will alleviate the problem and the benefits can appear immediately.
Aid injury recovery.
Accidents happen. A common consequence may be a Strained Tendon or Sprained Muscle. These need the immediate attention of a First-aider but afterwards there is a recovery period that may last months depending on the severity of the injury. A daily treatment of Swelling management by Thermotherapy will greatly increase the rate of healing by removing damaged scar tissue and replacing it with nutrient rich blood supplies to promote new growth. Followed by a program of massage and stretching full use of the muscle/tendon can be returned much quicker than with rest alone.
Prepare for exercise.
Warming up before exercise is vital for preventing injury and cramp. A 10-15 massage warming up the muscles to be worked during exercise or most used during sport can greatly reduce the risk of injury.
Relax after exercise.
Hard anaerobic exercise will produce a great deal of Lactic acid and this in turn causes muscle damage. If the muscle group has been over-exercised then the pain caused by Lactic acid damage will last several days and may deter further visits to the gym. The Lactic acid can be removed by gentle post exercise massage which maintains the oxygen supply to the affected area and encourages relaxation.
Registered Professionals are fully trained and are bound by a strict Code of Practice. You can be confident of a high quality, professional treatment. Click on the therapist's name to see the treatments for which they are qualified and insured.
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