Deep Tissue Massage
What is Sports Massage?
Wet cupping, also known as Hijama is a form of alternative therapy where blood is drawn by local suction from a small skin incision. Wet cupping, unlike dry cupping, requires a skin incisions, made using a sterile surgical blade. The cups are used to suck out any impurities in the body which may include blood, toxins, fragmented blood cells, and tissue fluid.
- Decreased pain
- Improved range of movement
- Increase flexibility
- Decreased tension
- Reduced muscle spasm
- Relieved tight muscles
- Maintenance of healthy muscles
PRICE LIST OF TREATMENT
When we or someone we care for is sick or needs medical attention, we want the best care possible in the shortest amount of time. Simply walk in and you will be seen as quickly as possible.
Is it Painful?
At certain points during the massage, most people find there is usually some discomfort and pain. It is important to tell the massage therapist when things hurt and if any soreness or pain you experience is outside your comfort range. There is usually some stiffness or pain after a deep tissue massage, but it should subside within a day or so. The massage therapist may recommend applying ice to the area after the massage. However, people often notice improved range of motion immediately after a deep tissue massage.
The Treatment Process
Before your deep tissue massage, your massage therapist will want to know about your problem areas. A deep tissue massage can involve your entire body or just one area.
Once ready, you’ll be asked to lie on your back or stomach, under a sheet. Your level of undress is based on your comfort, but the area being worked on will need to be exposed.
The massage therapist will warm up your muscles using a lighter touch. Once you’re warmed up, they’ll start working on your problem areas. They’ll use deep kneading and stroking with varying amounts of intense pressure.