Remedial Massage Preston
Located at 10 St Duthus St Preston Vic Australia, Specific Physiotherapy provides the remedial massage Preston residents rely on for relief from muscle aches and pains.
Read on for more information about remedial massage and how it can benefit your health.
Top-Quality Remedial Massage in Preston
Our team of highly skilled and experienced therapists use a variety of techniques to address muscle pain and tension.
We pride ourselves on providing quality healthcare to alleviate pain in a conveniently located off Gilbert Rd Preston Vic.
Our massage therapist specialises in sports massage for acute pain from soft tissue injury.
We also offer whole body treatment for health and wellness goals.
Contact our health clinic for information on our services.
Services by our massage therapist
Our massage therapist will tailor your treatments to each individual, using a combination of deep tissue massage, trigger point release, and active Release Technique (ART).
These evidence-based approaches are highly effective in treating a wide range of conditions, including lower back pain, neck pain, headaches, and tendonitis.
We aim to relieve pain caused by sports injuries, tight muscles, movement discomfort and poor posture.
Book an appointment today to feel the benefits.
Remedial massage, myotherapy & physiotherapy in Preston
At Specific Physiotherapy, we provide a range of professional therapies to help our clients improve their health and wellbeing.
Our services include Preston remedial massage, myotherapy and physiotherapy, all of which are delivered by our team of experienced and qualified therapists.
We understand the importance of tailored treatments, which is why we offer each client a tailored treatment plan based on their individual needs.
Whether you're looking to relieve pain, reduce stress or improve your flexibility, we can help.
Preston Remedial Massage Common Questions
What is remedial massage therapy?
Remedial massage therapy is a type of massage that is designed to address specific muscular and skeletal problems.
Our Preston remedial massage therapist uses a variety of techniques, including deep tissue massage, trigger point release, and stretching, to release tension and improve range of motion.
Who is remedial massage for?
Remedial massage therapy can be used to treat a wide range of conditions, including back pain, headaches, neck pain, knee pain, nerves, and sports injuries.
It is often used in conjunction with other forms of treatment, such as physiotherapy or chiropractic care.
When performed by a qualified therapist, remedial massage therapy can be an effective way to reduce pain, promote healing and improve health.
What happens during a massage treatment?
During a massage consultation, our therapist will use a variety of techniques to manipulate the muscle and soft tissues of the body.
The goal of the massage is to promote relaxation, and help improve circulation which benefits your overall health and wellbeing.
What is massage good for?
Massage is often used as a form of relaxation, but it can also provide some health benefits.
Massage can help to improve circulation, ease muscle tension, and boost the immune system for improved health outcomes.
In addition, massage can help by increasing blood flow and relaxing contracted muscle. Our massage aims to promote wellness and reduce stress.
If you are in Preston and suffering then look no further.
Some of the practices we provide, such as acupuncture (otherwise known as dry needling) are designed to improve symptoms of injury and improve fitness for our clients.
Dry needling for sporting injuries is our speciality at Specific Physiotherapy Preston.
Other Questions about our Remedial Massage Preston
Does remedial massage hurt?
While it is common to feel some discomfort during a massage, it should not be painful.
Be sure to let your therapist know so they can adjust their pressure.
In some cases, the therapist may need to use a different technique altogether.
However, it is important to remember that some pain is normal, especially if the massage is targeting tight or sore muscles.
The therapist will work with you to ensure that you are as comfortable as possible and that the massage is effective for your health.
When should I get a remedial massage?
Remedial massage is a type of therapy that uses specific techniques to address muscle and other soft tissue issues.
While some people opt for remedial massage as a way to de-stress, it is most effective when used to treat a specific problem.
We provide bodywork services from our Preston clinic and work alongside all health services providers such as acupuncture and chiropractic with the aim of providing relaxation and best possible care.
How often should I get a remedial massage?
Depending on your condition, your therapist may recommend a specific number of sessions or frequency of appointments.
In most cases, however, remedial massage provides significant relief and health improvements after just a few sessions.
We tailor services for injury and healing times, which varies from person to person.
What should I do after a remedial massage?
Although a remedial massage can be extremely beneficial for health, it is important to take some time to relax afterwards.
Things to avoid
Try to avoid strenuous activity for the rest of the day, and if possible, take a hot bath or shower to further loosen your muscles.
Things to do
You should also drink plenty of water to help flush out toxins that were released during the massage.
Book your next remedial massage appointment in Preston
Our Preston massage therapist invites new clients to check out the opening hours and find a time that suits them.
So if you are looking for an affordable way to relax and rejuvenate your body, book a remedial massage Preston. We are off Gilbert Rd Preston Vic Australia.
Contact us today
Contact us today if you have any questions about the massage Preston residents love on 0490 021 474.