Are you suffering from chronic pain in your back, neck, shoulders, or knees? Deep tissue massage therapy can help. Deep tissue massage utilizes a variety of techniques designed to alleviate symptoms of chronic pain, increase functional range of motion, and improve posture.
The goal of deep tissue massage therapy is to break down adhesions in the fascial tissue. Adhesions are fibrous bands of scar tissue that bind together normally separate tissues. Adhesions restrict the flow of blood, oxygen and waste products; limit joint range of motion; and are the primary cause of most soft-tissue pain and discomfort. It is common for adhesions to form between fascial tissue and to the muscles, tendons, ligaments, bones, or organs that it surrounds.
Adhesions are commonly caused by inflammation or injury due to an accident such as a fall or car crash; poor bio-mechanical movement patterns such as walking, running, or other highly repetitive activities; scar tissue from an old injury or surgery; lack of movement from sitting for long hours each day; or even the day to day stresses of life.
As adhesions are broken down, you will experience an increase in joint range of motion; reduction in the symptoms of pain and discomfort; and an improvement in the ability to maintain a healthy pain free posture.
Deep tissue massage can benefit anyone who is suffering from chronic pain, tight muscles, restricted range of motion, or stress.
Feel better with deep tissue massage therapy with Jesse James Retherford.
Jesse James Retherford is a certified personal trainer and licensed massage therapist. For over 12 years, Jesse has been passionate about helping his clients reach their fitness and health goals.
Jesse specializes in chronic pain and injury management, movement assessment, corrective exercise, and advanced sports conditioning.
Jesse offers personalized programs designed to improve performance and efficiency, reduce chances of injury, and allow you to move pain free so you can re-engage fully with your life.
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