Why do I need a massage?
Myofascial tissue is a type of thin, strong, fibrous connective tissue that extends throughout your body to provide support and protection to your muscles and bones. Prolong repetitive motion of our muscle or high levels of tension due to stress, improper posture, and sports activities causes the muscle fibre to form knots in the tissue that results in spasm pain.
Adverse effects of myofascial tissue pain include damaged muscle cells, chronic numbness, fatigue, and degenerative tissue on the bone.
What does massages do?
Our Myofascial Pain Syndrome (MPS) deep tissue medicalck your blood circulation and cause pain, inflammation, and limit your movements.
By realigning deeper layers of muscles and connective tissues, we will restore your muscles back to its balanced state. Other tangible benefits of the massage are pain relief, increased mobility, and improved physical performance.
Where can I get a massage?
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