Relax and Pain Relief Sports Massage Therapy for Better Performance

Sports massage focuses on optimizing the health of muscles, tendons, ligaments and joints to prevent sports injuries or healing after injury. It is used before or after a sporting event or during training. Sports massage therapists trained in a variety of massage therapies, including stretching techniques that can be incorporated into the course of treatment. Please be sure to ask the therapist what massage skills they are trained in.


Above and Beyond:

 Advances in PNF or proprioceptive neuromuscular relaxation allow for increased flexibility, which is considered to be one of the most effective ways to increase the range of motion. Using this technique, the exercise massage therapist gently stretches the muscle or muscle group to the end for about 10 seconds. Then you can resist the resistance by pushing the therapist's hand. This position lasted six seconds. Once relaxed, the therapist then passes the muscle again, positioning it farther than the originally allowed range of motion. This treatment is very suitable for thigh muscle tissue, such as your hamstring, quadriceps and adductor muscle, they are inside your thigh muscles.


Don't Antigonize the Antagonist:

 AIS or active isolation stretching is one of the most common ways to increase the range of exercise therapy. During the meeting, your therapist will gently push the muscle beyond its normal range of motion and stretch it to two seconds. This brief stretch allows the target muscle to extend without triggering the contraction of the contraction of the antagonist muscle or the muscle opposite the targeted muscle. For each target muscle, this gentle stretch is repeated several times. The AIS protocol involves more than 170 different extensions that target all muscle groups in the body, including difficult palpable muscle groups such as cashews. Your doctor will choose the right treatment based on your symptoms and evaluation.


Release Me and Let Me Go:

 Myofascial release therapy is intended to stretch the fascia, around the fibrous tissue of the muscles, bones and organs, in a continuous sheath of continuous tissue. The therapist imposes limitations on the development of fascia due to injury or scar development by applying force directly to the tissue and extending slowly.  Slowly increase the amount of pressure until the practitioner reaches the deep tissue layer. This treatment means relaxing the fascia and extending through the entire body.


Relax and Release:

Passive soft tissue release is used to stretch the muscles, the fascia around them, and the tendons that attach these muscles to the bones. In this Spa Treatment, your therapist will place the muscle in a relaxed position. In order to achieve this goal, they will put your limbs together, shorten the muscles. As an example, in order to relax your hamstring, they bend your knees when lying on your belly. This shortens the muscles. The therapist then exerts pressure near the origin of the muscle, locks the muscle in place, and slowly lengthens the muscles by lowering the legs to the table. The therapist repeats this initiative several times and gradually exerts pressure on the length of the muscle until it reaches the other end. This treatment can be applied to the size of muscle groups, from the big muscles on the thigh to the fingers of small muscles, making it ideal for systemic treatment.