Skill Set

Massage Therapy

This is the mobilization of the soft tissues which include muscle, connective tissue, tendons, ligaments and skin. The therapist uses a number of mobilizing techniques with varying amounts of pressure and movement according to the needs of the treatment.

Massage is a part of integrative medicine and can be used for a wide range of medical conditions i.e:

Musculoskeletal conditions, Chronic pain, Stress-related conditions, Circulatory problems, Injuries, Rehabilitation after injury or sugery, Pregnancy related discomfort and other chronic conditions.

Trigger-point Therapy

Trigger point therapy is a soft-tissue treatment that helps release tense, painful knots in your muscles and fascia (web of connective tissue).

Components of trigger point therapy may include sustained pressure, posture and movement correction, electrical stimulation, accupressure, needling and massage. Medical conditions where trigger point therapy may be applied include: 

Myofascial pain syndrome, Fibromyalgia, Tension headaches and migraines, Temperomandibular joint disorder, Lumbago, Carpal Tunnel Syndrome, Tennis elbow, Golfers elbow and Postural Imbalances.

Myofascial Mobilization

Myofascial tissue is a network of tissue that spreads into multiple layers throughout your entire body. It connects your muscles, joints, bones, and even reaches into your extracellular matrix. It also provides support to your organs, helping to keep them in place.‌

Myofascial mobilization aims to improve the overall function of all metabolic processes by releasing restrictions within the fascial system and by addressing muscular imbalances that may limit movement. Medical conditions where this technique may be applied include:

Restricted joint mobility, Musculoskeletal injuries, Scar tissue and adhesion, Postural Imbalances and more.