Advanced Medical Massage
                Advanced Medical Massage

Prevention is Preferable To a Cure

Fitness and prevention are foremost in all of our activities and treatments. Under our expert watch, you will learn to set goals and incorporate individualized flexibility, strength-building, and cardiovascular exercises to keep you feeling your best. (The 3 legged stool to optimal fitness.)

Good nutrition and stress management also support optimal health and offer preventative measures. 

Follow these five golden rules to maintain optimum health.

Practical tip No. 1:

 

Proper stretching

  • Active Isolated Stretching - in addition to increasing flexibility, it improves circulation and lymph flow. This helps decrease lymphedema. 
  • Passive Isolated Stretching - especially useful when included in the medical massage session to help stabilize the re-alignment of the soft tissue layers. 
  • Improves and maintains a healthy range of motion and pain-free living. 
  • Prevents osteoarthritis
  • Can be sprinkled into small snippets of time in your busy day.
  • Maintains supple movements enhancing the appearance of youthfulness and prepares.

 

Practical tip No. 2:

 

Body mechanics for all ages

  • The spine is more susceptible to injury in the morning after one first wakes up. 
  • Sleeping with the spine well supported helps prevent injuries. 
  • Keep joints long and strong during work and play. 
  • Avoid lifting while twisting (grocery shopping, taking items out of lower cabinets).
  • Stay strong in your core (i.e. pretend like you're dancing with the vacuum sweeper. 
  • Avoid sitting or standing for extended periods of time. Sitting is the new smoking in terms of cancer. Standing adversely impacts heart health. Desk elevators allow variations. Sit 20 minutes; stand 10 minutes alternating positions prevent pain and stagnation. 

 

Practical tip No. 3: More tips coming soon. See the Boosters and Self-care tab for more support info.

 

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Spine & Posture 

Unexplained Chronic Pain
Muscle Imbalances
Scoliosis 
Pinched Nerves
Herniations
Osteoarthritis 

 

Cervical (neck)

Chronic pain resulting from: Migraine Type Headaches (80% resolve completely)
Whiplash
Forward head posture

Shoulder Pain

Hand Pain

Lumbar Related (lower back)

Unexplained chronic Pain
Sprains

Sciatica

Osteoarthritis (Yes, knees)

Plantar Faciitis

Foot Drop Gait

 

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Board Certified 

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