Deep Tissue Massage, also called deep tissue massage, is a type of therapy which aims to restore the tissues (tension, elasticity), especially muscles, tendons and ligaments. The main work in this form of massage is based on the fascia.
The massage techniques are performed very slowly and precisely and allow for a physiological tissue response (muscle and fascial relaxation). Deep tissue massage can be applied to people of all ages. The massage therapist performs the movements with elbows, forearms and fingers), without exerting much pressure on the patient's body.
Deep tissue massage is extremely effective in states of chronic tension in various spheres. It is adapted individually to each patient, taking into account the disease entities reported to the rehabilitator before the massage during the interview.
- reduces pain,
- increases the range of movement,
- improves blood circulation,
- relaxes muscles,
- improves posture,
- increases joint mobility,
- improves chest and lung function after infections, e.g. COVID.
- chronic pain (e.g. myofascial pain),
- conditions after injuries (sprains, contusions, fractures) and operations,
- pain of emotional origin, e.g. caused by stress,
- mobility restrictions and pain in the joints (e.g. back stiffness),
- posture defects,
- learning the correct movement function,
- carpal tunnel syndrome,
- sciatica, femoral and shoulder pain,
- upper chest syndrome,
- painful shoulder syndrome,
- muscle spasms and tension,
- other musculoskeletal dysfunctions.
Treatment duration: 25 min.Return to the list