There is virtually no therapy that compares to massage therapy regarding healing potential. Wonderful healing can take place when you have an incredibly skilled and licensed professional that can investigate thoroughly then address the imbalances and the stresses that the body is expressing.Often, those disorders are lurking below the surface and beyond our perception. The correction of the tissue is critical to the overall function of the human machine. The anatomy has a hard and soft tissue for a reason. The doctor of chiropractic aligns the hard tissue to get the ultimate performance of the nervous system. The massage therapist works in concert correcting the soft tissue that attaches to the hard tissue. Those corrections performed together to yield better outcomes and bring balance to the entire system.
Every person should invest in their overall health by getting no less than one massage session a month. The human body is designed to respond to the therapeutic touch of healing hands. This service keeps the body, mind, and spirit from succumbing to stress, injury, fatigue, or even disease. Massage helps address the body's pH, biochemistry, sense of well being, dysfunction, tension, stiffness, and general wellness.
Bliss awaits you. A session may include light, gentle touch or deeper pressure to release the knots. In some instances, targeted stretches or proprioceptive neuromuscular facilitation (PNF) may be necessary. The proven techniques of petrissage, effleurage, and tapotement may need to be combined with trigger point therapy. Your uniques situation may require the skill of reflexology or craniosacral therapy. In every case, the massage technique that is best for you will be appropriately utilized.
This year, make sure you invest in yourself so that you can be more for everyone that you care about. Those that rely on you deserve the best you. Choose to be the best you this year by getting the care you need.
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PNF(Proprioceptive Neuromuscular Facilitation)
Some of the more commonly treated muscles:
Masseter | Occipitals | Splenius Capitis | SCM | Scalenes | Levator Scapulae| Trapezius | Rhomboid | Supraspinatus | Infraspinatus | Teres Minor/Major | Erector Spinae | Serratus Posterior Inferior | Latissimus Dorsi | Glutes | Piriformis | Lamina Groove | Obliques | QL | Deltiod | Triceps | Biceps | Brachioradialis | Exensor Digitorum | Extensor Carpi Ulnaris | Flexor Carpi Ulnaris | Brachialis | Pronator Teres | Flexor Carpi Radialis | Retinaculum | Abductor Digiti | Flexor Digiti Minimi Brevis | Oppones Pollicis | Abductor Pollicis Brevis | Flexor Pollicis Brevis | Adductor Pollicis | Oppones Digiti Minimi | Lumbricalis | Dorsal Interossei | Flexor Retinaculum | Pectoralis | Serratus Anterior | Abdominal External Obliques | Rectus Femoris | Vastus Lateralis | Vastus Medialis | Gracilis | Adductor Brevis/Longus/Magnus | Iliopsoas | Fibularris Longus | Tibialis Anterior | Soleus/Gastrocnemius | Peroneus Longus | Tibialis Posterior | Biceps FemorisSemitendinosus | Semimebranosus | IT Band | Flexor Halluis | Quadratus Plantar | Lumbricals | Flexor Digiti Minimi Brevis | Plantar Interossei | Flexor Digitorum Brevis | Abductor Hallucis | Abductor Digiti Minimi | Plantar Fascia