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    1. Massage

      Massage is a form of massage involving the manipulation of soft tissue.  Soft tissue is a term used to refer to connective tissue in the body such as skin, muscles, tendons, ligaments and fascia.

       

      Massage can be beneficial to anyone who is engaged in regular physical activity, regardless of age, level of fitness or level of competition.  And not just athletes, but anyone who is involved in regular physical activity as part of their daily routine.

       

      Massage promotes physical, physiological, neurological and psychological changes within the body.  Some of these benefits include:

       

      The release of muscle tension and pain

      The removal of waste products

      Improved posture and flexibility

      Prevent injuries and loss of mobility

      Break down scar tissue

      Reduce anxiety

      Increase blood and lymphatic flow

      Aid recovery following exercise

      Reduce the discomfort of DOMS (delayed onset muscle soreness) following exercise

      Increase feelings of alertness and well-being

       

      At Back on Track we use the traditional techniques of massge including Effleurage, Petrissage and Tapotment amongst more specialised techniques such as Muscle Energy Technique, Soft Tissue Release, Neuromuscular Technique and Trigger Point Therapy.

       

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