What is clinical massage
These methology includes massage therapy, trigger point therapy, myofascial release, muscle-energy techniques, craniosacral therapy deep tissue massage and more
The primary purpose of clinical massage
First session of the treatments.
This is performed using passive movement by the therapist by moving the relevant muscle areas, while keeping the client inert.
After which the therapist will require the client to perform active movements on the required area by himself
Lastly the client will perform resisted movements in which the clients will perform movements against a resisting force.
Review on past injuries record
The compiled data are then used for the doctor’s order to customize a clinical massage therapy for the client.
Results from clinical massage
These points set off and triggers reaction and is called the triggered points.
From these map system many of the dysfunctions related to them are being discovered. The most commonly known are PMS, dizziness, blurred vision, arrhythmia, urinary frequency, headache, diarrhea, cardiac, indigestion, tennis elbow, Sinusitis, deafness and TMJ dysfunction .
-Fascial Plane Dysfunction
Fascia plane can be distorted and the surronding tissues can also be affected by the injury inflicted area.
Injuries can be caused by misalignment or chemical imbalance. To attain optimal health, the fascial sheets, blood vessels and nerves which are connected to them need to be kept in good condition.
-Tonus System Dysfunction
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