So what is clinical massage? Is it deep tissue...a little bit. Is it relaxing...a little bit. So what's the difference between deep tissue and clinical massage. Absolutely loads! Clinical massage really addresses the pain you find debilitating in your daily life. A combination of deep tissue, myofascial release, trigger point therapy and stretching, clinical massage can really help mobilise you to allow you to function better. This is an 'audience participation' massage. I need feedback as we work together, to make sure we work within your pain threshold.
Most people have never heard of myofascial release or trigger point therapy, you don't need to know unless you're interested. I'm happy to bore you with technical, sciencey knowledge if you really want me to, I usually stop when I see your eyes glaze over. All you really need to know is that I know. I've done the training to give you a better massage than most.
As your pain has probably built up over months or years, you can't expect to feel better and be 'fixed' in one session. If you want real, long term results, you'll need to commit to 3-6 weeks of weekly treatments if you genuinely want to feel better. Clinical massage can help with a myriad of issues such as lower back pain, knee issues, plantar fasciitis, neck and shoulder problems, migraines and headaches, carpal tunnel syndrome, fibromyalgia, bruxism (that's grinding your teeth to you and me) TMJ pain and so much more.