Do you go for professional bodywork ie: therapeutic, sports massage etc? If no, why? If yes, how often?
Q:Please discuss your experience with therapeutic massage therapy. Do you use it for acute or chronic health issues.Relaxation, de-stressing, athletic training, general health and preventative medicine? Do you have any questions about what incorporating massage therapy into your health care regime can do for you?
More Answers to “Do you go for professional bodywork ie: therapeutic, sports massage etc? If no, why? If yes, how often?“I think massage therapy is both physically and mentally beneficial. It releases stress, can physically resolve issues if you let your masseuse know what you are suffering from. A benefit also comes from the fact that you are doing something wonderful for your self! I have a massage once a week during my busiest time of year, once a month otherwise.I also believe in reflexology. I have this type of therapy several times a year. I get massage for both the health benefits and relaxation. I also really like myofacial massage for chronic musclular injuries. It seems that several of these massages can really do a body some good. I vowed to get a massage every month, but it has been several months now since my last massage. Due to the tissue injury in the last car accidnet I was in, I got massages every week for eight weeks. I would get a massage as part of my physical therapy for arthritis. What would happen is that my muscles would get so sores because I was trying to use my muscles to support my spine because it hurt too much to support all my weight with my spine, so my muscles would tighten up and knot. My therapist gave me a massage once a week along with extensive physical training for my back muscles two to three times a week.