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Deep tissue massage is meant to address chronic pain in areas like the back, neck, shoulders, and legs. It works to realign muscles and connective tissue and break up adhesions.

This type of massage in Loveland is unique because it can actually hurt when it is being performed. You may even be stiff and sore for the next couple of days. However, once this subsides, you should notice a definite improvement in your usual pain levels. Consumer Reports says that 34,000 people have reported that deep tissue massage is more effective than physical therapy, medications (both prescription and over-the-counter), exercise, and other remedies.

The number of conditions that can be effectively treated with deep tissue massage is surprising. Osteoarthritis pain, tennis elbow, sciatica, muscle tension in large muscles, and limited mobility are just some of the things this type of massage in Loveland can help with. It is also a good form of treatment for ongoing pain.

Deep tissue massage is meant to address problems that could have taken months or years to show up. Therefore, it doesn't eliminate issues in just one session, even if the therapist uses a lot of pressure. Instead, it is best done over several sessions. It is also a good idea to combine it with other therapies so that underlying conditions are adequately addressed. These include exercises, kinetic therapy, and relaxation techniques.

By making massage part of your overall health improvement plan, you will be able to speed up healing and better regain mobility. To get started, call me here at Intuitive Insights Massage in Longmont, CO. I'll be glad to assess your needs and develop a massage-centered program to reduce your pain and get you moving again.

Deep Tissue Massage: About
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