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Neck pain! Will Remedial Massage Help Me?

Neck Massage

If you are experiencing neck pain, you are not alone. Neck pain is a common issue that affects many people and can range from mild discomfort to severe pain. There are various causes of neck pain, including poor posture, injury, and conditions such as arthritis. Fortunately, remedial massage can help alleviate neck pain and improve your overall well-being.

What is Remedial Massage?

Remedial massage is a type of therapeutic massage that targets specific areas of the body where you are experiencing pain or discomfort. The massage therapist will use various techniques, including deep tissue massage, trigger point therapy, and stretching, to relieve tension and promote healing in the affected area.

How Does Remedial Massage Help with Neck Pain?

Remedial massage can be extremely effective in treating neck pain because it addresses the underlying cause of the pain. The massage therapist will assess your posture, range of motion, and muscle tension to determine the root cause of your neck pain. They will then use specific techniques to target these areas and alleviate the pain.

The deep tissue massage techniques used in remedial massage can help to break down adhesions and improve circulation in the neck and shoulder muscles. This increased circulation brings oxygen and nutrients to the affected area, promoting healing and reducing pain. Additionally, the stretching and trigger point therapy techniques used in remedial massage can help to improve flexibility and mobility in the neck, reducing the risk of future neck pain.

What Can You Expect from a Remedial Massage Session?

A typical remedial massage session lasts between 30 and 90 minutes and is performed by a trained and licensed massage therapist.  The massage therapist will use various techniques to target the affected areas, including deep tissue massage, trigger point therapy, and stretching.

It is important to communicate with the massage therapist about any areas of discomfort you may be experiencing and to discuss your expectations for the session. You may feel a slight discomfort during the massage, but this should subside as the therapist works to relieve the tension in your neck. After the session, you may experience some soreness, but this should dissipate within a day or two.

The Benefits of Regular Remedial Massage for Neck Pain

In addition to alleviating neck pain, regular remedial massage can also provide numerous other health benefits. Regular massage can help to reduce stress and anxiety, improve sleep, and boost your overall energy levels. It can also help to improve posture and reduce the risk of future neck pain.

Book Your Remedial Massage Session Today

If you are suffering from neck pain, a remedial massage session may be just what you need to feel better. Book an appointment with a licensed and trained massage therapist today to experience the benefits of remedial massage for yourself. You deserve to feel your best and live a pain-free life, and remedial massage can help you achieve just that.

The information provided is intended for general informational purposes only and should not be construed as a replacement for professional medical advice. Magda Clinic is available to provide personalised consultations to help determine the suitability of this advice for your individual circumstances.


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