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Soft Tissue Therapy Nigel Bower

Electively soft tissue therapy and sports massage are very similar. However the benefits are not solely directed at sporting injury. Therefore soft tissue therapy offers a more inclusion name. The therapy offers help and support for many muscular skeletal injuries and issues.

Various massage techniques are used to offer a remedy to a range of muscular injury and dysfunction. Soft tissue therapy can be painful during the treatment session. Often described by patients as good pain, you can feel the benefits even though the session may be painful in parts. It is part of the therapist’s skill and technique to understand the issues presented and the individual’s pain thresholds and to manage these in the most effective manner possible call and chat with Nigel Bower.
Soft tissue therapy can be used for a number of different conditions listed below are just a few to give you an idea.

  • Back neck and shoulder pain
  • Postural imbalance
  • Hip and Knee Pain
  • Arthritic pain and Rheumatism
  • Muscular Pain
  • Stress
  • Repetitive strain Injuries
  • Headaches
  • Tendonitis

When leaving for home it is imperative that you take with you the principles of self help. Maintaining a good posture managing your own body and insuring you act promptly if the symptoms flair up again.