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What Can Deep Tissue Mobilization Massage Treat?

Last updated 2 years ago

Massage therapy can be utilized for a number of health and beauty benefits, depending on the type of massage being used. In pain management, deep tissue mobilization is a popular treatment modality because it facilitates natural healing of the tissue without surgery or medication. The intent of this type of massage is to work deep into the muscle tissue to stimulate the processes that help this tissue rebuild. Deep tissue mobilization can be utilized for the treatment of several ailments in the spine or the joints, including those listed below.

  • Reduced mobility in the spine:
    As you get older, you might find it more difficult to bend or twist with complete range of motion. This can occur because the ligaments that hold the joints of the spine together are prone to weakening over time. Additionally, the muscle can lose strength, further reducing your mobility. Deep massage techniques can stimulate problem areas of the spine so that mobility is improved.
       
  • Muscular or soft tissue injury:
    After sustaining a soft tissue injury, like a muscle strain or whiplash, your body requires extensive recovery to rebuild the affected structures. Using deep tissue massage during the recovery process can help accelerate healing and reduce downtime from the injury.
       
  • Muscle spasms:
    When a muscle has been injured or improperly stretched, it can cause severe pain in areas like the legs, shoulders, and lower back. During muscles spasms, the muscles affected might feel hard or bulging because they are contracting involuntarily. Massage will bring more nutrient-rich blood to the site of the pain so that the muscle can heal and return to normal movement.

If you are experiencing pain because of these or similar disorders, find out what deep tissue mobilization massage can do for you by visiting SpineOne. Contact us online or call (303) 367-2225 for a closer look at the non-surgical pain management solutions we offer.

 

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