Clinical Massageby C. Bailey-Lloyd
Clinical Massage may include massage modalities in medical massage, Swedish Massage, touchpoint therapy, and craniosacral therapy. In addition, Clinical Massage may also incorporate myoneural therapy, neuromuscular therapy, and positional release. Exellent for lymph drainage, clinical massage also utilizes myofascial release, and other energy techniques.
Clinical massage helps to improve and maintain muscle flexibility, and can reduce bloodstream stress hormone levels, releases muscle tension, and calms nervous systems. Clinical massage further helps to improve the body's immune system and aids the body in toxin and waste products. Improving blood flow, and digestive processes, clinical massage is also known to help reduce swelling and can even soften scars.
Clinical massage practitioners work with a wide variety of health conditions, and assist with patients suffering from arthritis, musculoskeletal pain, constipation, edema/swelling, stress, fibromyalgia, headaches, nervous system disorders/conditions, sciatica, sports injuries, trauma and whiplash.
Clinical massage practitioners often work in family practice offices, hospitals, alternative medicine clinics and massage therapy clinics.
To learn more about clinical massage, or if you are interested in attaining an education in clinical massage, feel free to peruse our holistic practitioners' and healing arts schools' directories at Holistic Junction today.
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About the Author: C. Bailey-Lloyd/LadyCamelot is the Public Relations Director & Writer for Holistic Junction -- Your source of information for Myotherapy Schools; Natural Health Schools;Massage Therapy Schools, and Reflexology Schools; Alternative Healthcare; Insightful Literature and so much more!
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