Deep tissue massage can help.
Deep Tissue Massage
Find Out How Deep Tissue Massage Can Provide Release and Relief
Deep Tissue Massage
Do you suffer from any of the following?
- Back pain
- Neck and shoulder pain
- Sports injuries
- Rotator cuff problems
- Occupational injuries
- Achilles tendinopathy and other ankle injuries
- Jaw pain and clicking
- Fibromyalgia and other chronic pain presentations
- Tennis elbow
The Advantages Of Deep Tissue Massage
The connective tissue that wraps most structures within your body is referred to as the fascia. Deep fascial massage, or deep fascial manipulation, is a soft tissue therapy that relaxes contracted muscles, improves blood supply and lymphatic circulation, and treats skeletal muscle immobility and pain. Most people also know this as deep tissue massage.
By focusing primarily on the fascia and other connective tissues, deep fascial manipulation, or deep tissue massage, eases pain caused by the tightening and constricting of muscles, whether from overuse, injury, inactivity or illness.
The Difference Between Deep Tissue Massage And Relaxation Massage
At Adaptive Myotherapy, deep tissue massage is one of our specialties. Unlike relaxation massage, which helps to de-stress and loosen up your body, deep fascial massage uses gentle, sustained pressure to loosen and lengthen constricting fascia, thus dealing with particular muscle tension or chronic pain.
Through a range of techniques, a myotherapist can break up adhesions or knots in your body to provide release and relief, a process that could take several minutes for each specific area as the tissues need to be softened and realigned.
Deep Tissue Massage At Adaptive Myotherapy
At your deep fascial massage appointment, our myotherapist will assess where you need treatment, what is causing the pain, and tailor an individualised treatment plan, which may involve other treatment approaches such as remedial massage, dry needling and cupping. You may also be advised on exercise, pain management, load management and lifestyle or activity modification.
Similar to physiotherapists, osteopaths and chiropractors, myotherapists have their own distinct qualifications, specifically the BHSc (Clinical Myotherapy), BHSc (Myotherapy) and AdvDip (Myotherapy), which qualify practitioners to undertake evidence based assessment, treatment and rehabilitation of patients experiencing musculoskeletal pain and associated conditions.
Why Choose Adaptive Myotherapy
Here at Adaptive Myotherapy, we focus on a holistic approach. Our clients’ health and wellbeing come first, which is why we adapt with you and your needs to create an individualised treatment plan that your body will respond to. If we can’t help you, we will find someone else who can.
We are thorough in our deep tissue massage and deep fascial manipulation treatments, committed to your health (and ours), and are fun loving and relaxed too! We take pride in our attention to detail and extremely high level of support and care, whether in creating a more relaxed environment for our clients or following up on each of them.
Our clients come from all across Melbourne, particularly Richmond, Abbotsford, Collingwood and Cremorne. We also believe that we are just that little bit more caring than your regular myotherapist, but don’t just take our word for it, come and try our deep tissue massage for yourself. We also offer other treatments such as pregnancy myotherapy, cupping therapy, dry needling therapy, pregnancy massage and remedial massage. Contact us today for a free trial or more info.