Massage Therapy: When Should You Seek Clinical Massage Therapy?

If you suffer from any of the following disorders, you may benefit by clinical massage:

• Any chronic muscle or joint pain.
• A known condition of referred pain.
• Any recurring symptoms that seem, to accompany or are precipitated by muscle tightness.
• Tight muscles that are limiting the mobility of a joint.
• Chronically fatigued muscles.
• Low energy level, especially when accompanied by muscle aches and pains.
• A recent muscle injury that generates pain or dysfunction in areas not seemingly involved in the injury.
• Any visceral dysfunction that tests negative for conventional causes.
• Muscle pain that recurs in an area with no apparent new cause.
• A tendency for pain to spread to other muscles whenever a simple strain or injury occurs.
• People find that therapeutic massage can help with a wide range of medical conditions, including allergies.
• Anxiety.
• Arthritis (both osteoarthritis and rheumatoid arthritis).
• Asthma and bronchitis.
• Carpal tunnel syndrome.
• Chronic and acute pain.
• Circulatory problems.
• Depression.
• Digestive disorders, including spastic colon, constipation and diarrhoea. Gastrointestinal disorders (including spastic colon, colic and constipation).
• Headache.
• Immune function disorders.
• Insomnia.
• Myofascial pain (a condition of the tissue connecting the muscles).
• Premature infants.
• Reduced range of motion.
• Sinusitis.
• Sports injuries (including pulled or strained muscles and sprained ligaments).
• Stress.
• Temporomandibular joint (TMJ) dysfunction.

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