There are many reasons one may choose to get a massage, the American Massage Therapy Association States that 75% of men and 71% of women get a massage for general health and wellness reasons. Such health and wellness reasons may be:
- Relieve Aches and Pains
- Decrease Muscle Spasms
- Reduce Fatigue
- Sports Injuries
- Improve Circulation
- Improve Flexibility
- Promote Better Sleep
Does sitting at a desk every day make you sore by the end of the day? Sitting in the same position for a very long amount of time, regardless of the task, decreases your flexibility and increases your risk of injury. Soft tissue massage aims to gently increase your flexibility by pushing oxygen in the soft tissue to damaged areas, creating a relaxing experience that decreases aches and pains.
Deep tissue massage varies from soft tissue in a few ways. One being the depth in which the therapists massage. In a deep tissue massage (you guessed it) goes deeper into the bodies’ muscles with longer, slower, higher-pressure strokes to work out those hard-to-get-to pains you have.
- A life where you can sleep at night without tossing and turning, hoping to find a position where the pain stops.
- A life where you can wake up in the morning and not take 20 minutes to get out of bed…and…another 20 to put on your socks and shoes, always restricted by a back so stiff and tight.
- A life where you can pick up and play with your kids without worrying when your back is going to “go out” and leave you crippled on the floor.
- A life where you can do and enjoy all the things you see so many others doing and enjoying, but your bad back has kept you watching from the sidelines.
Finally, the Wellness Specialists of Doylestown Sports Medicine Center who have already helped thousands of people in Bucks County over the past two decades with back pain recovery advice – have recently released a new FREE 6 page report:
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