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Therapeutic Massage

Therapeutic Massage has a well-founded and a long history that has been rooted in the Chinese Medicine. Massage is the manipulation of the superficial layers of the muscles and connective tissues to enhance their function and this also promotes relaxation and a sense of well-being. This is a simple treatment that does not require medicines or a set of medical equipment, but this remedy only entails the minds and hands of the therapists giving the treatment.

The different massage techniques can stimulate the body to regulate its functions, control of the production and the disposal of harmful factors. As hundreds of years passed by, there has been a dramatic development of the therapeutic massage therapy. Studies have shown that this treatment has successfully improved a wide range of physical ailments especially the chronic cases.

During the first hour a number of therapeutic massage can be applied to the patient depending on the goal of the therapist. The therapist can also use reflexology, which is a type of foot massage that focuses on specific areas of the foot connected to the organ(s) involved in certain medical conditions. The theories of Reflexology has strongly been engraved in the old traditional form of the Chinese Medicine. The principle of this theories is that the whole body’s energy flows to the feet and in the cases of obstruction of that energy flow, the entire body is affected.

Massage is considered the first part of the Intensive Therapy wherein the goal is to get rid of the toxins and increase the circulation in the limbs thereby relaxing the muscles in preparation for the different exercises to avoid any unwanted muscle strain/sprain.

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