Orthopedic Massage

What is Orthopedic Massage?

Orthopedic massage focuses on the root of the problem not just the area of pain and/or discomfort. By checking each area of the body for proper range of motion it allows us to see where your restrictions are and what is causing them.Thus allowing us to treat properly. Some of the conditions Orthopedic Massage can help with are: Frozen Sholders and Hips, Sciatica, Tendonosis, Golfer and Tennis Elbow, Carpal Tunnel, 1st and 2nd Degree Anterior or Posterior Cruciate Ligament Sprains, 1st and 2nd Degree Medial or Lateral Collateral Ligament Sprains, 1st and 2nd Degree Muscle Strains and Ligament Sprains,  1st or 2nd Degree Medial or Lateral Meniscus Injuries, Plantar Fasciitis, Achilles Tendonosis, Whiplash, Lower Back Pain and Rotator Cuff Tendonosis.

Orthopedic Massage is a cutting edge way to get rid of chronic muscle pain and tightness or injuries and to prevent them from coming back by correcting the imbalance.

Orthopedic Massage uses a unique 12 step approach to help restore structural balance throughout the body. It helps with the prevention and rehabilitation of musculoskeletal dysfunctions caused by muscle imbalances. Muscle imbalances can be caused by over use of muscles, repetitive motions, actions and injuries. Orthopedic Massage starts with pelvic stabilization where your core is. By balancing out your core first it allows us to correct postural imbalances in the hips and lower back that can lead to other imbalances in the shoulders, neck and knees and other areas as well.

Orthopedic Massage works by taking the whole body into consideration not just the areas that are injured or hurt. It helps get to the root of what is causing or over use that caused them. Your therapist has had specialized advanced training in Orthopedic Massage and will help you to help yourself stay in balance with self care stretching and strengthening exercises to do at home. When done properly it takes all of 15 to 20 minutes to keep yourself feeling great and to help your treatments last.