Neuromuscular therapy provides not only relaxation but also pain treatment. The goal is to rebuild the strength of injured tissues while restoring your body's physical functionality. This type of massage also promotes improved blood circulation. Thus, promoting good overall health.
A sports massage focuses on enhancing circulation, increasing tissue elasticity and reducing muscle tension. Sports massage is also used to help relieve tight muscles. Muscle tightness can limit flexibility, increase pain and cause future injuries.
INDIBA is a proven treatment protocol including radiofrequency technology which can speed up the body's natural recovery and vitality. It is a system that has been used successfully for immediate pain relief and accelerated healing by medical clinics, hospitals, and leading professional sports teams across Europe.
If you're questioning whether INDIBA works, then the answer is yes! By safely and gradually increasing the temperature of parts of your body, it enables the correct movement of ions through the cell membrane, which increases circulation and encourages the production of collagen.
Prenatal therapy helps by providing regular blood flow to the uterus, placenta and fetus, promotes the delivery of oxygen and nutrients, and accelerates the removal of waste products, improving both mother's and baby's health.
Prenatal massage helps by stimulating the soft tissues of the body to reduce the fluids that cause swollen joints. This practice helps remove the tissue waste to reduce muscle aches and joint pain.
Prenatal massages are generally considered safe after the first trimester, as long as you get the green light from your medical practitioner and you let your massage therapist know you’re pregnant. You may want to avoid massage during the first three months of pregnancy as it may trigger dizziness and add to morning sickness.