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Innaloo Physiotherapy and Massage Clinic : Remedial Massage Therapists, Perth, Innaloo

Remedial Massage involves a combination of massage therapy techniques. Some of the more common therapies used for treatment include deep tissue/ soft tissue, sports massage, trigger Point therapy, myofascial release and postural comprehensive assessment. Other alternative therapies used in Remedial Massage are reflexology, manual lymph drainage and Swedish Massage. Bowen Therapy is also a highly effective in treatment for many soft tissue and connective tissue problems. Bowen therapy uses specific techniques on the facia which covers the muscles and other organs of the body.

For a booking with a remedial massage therapist at Innaloo Physiotherapy and Massage Clinic

  • 45 minutes – $84
  • 60 minutes – $104
  • 90 minutes – $144

Remedial Massage Perth

The primary benefits of Remedial Massage include;

  • The stimulation of the body’s blood supply that allows toxins built up in the muscles to be removed.
  • The calming of Peripheral Nervous System in order to ease any pain and discomfort occurring to the body.
  • The toning and relaxing of muscles which helps improve joint mobility. By improving the health of the cells throughout the body, you also help repair tissues, which ultimately will ease stiffness and tension in the body.

Other additional benefits of Remedial Massage;

  • Can improve athletic performance
  • Aid in recovery from exercise
  • Prevent & eliminate injuries
  • Reduce stress
  • Enhance metabolism & circulation
  • Can dramatically aid lymph & blood movement which supplies nutrients & oxygen to the body as well as expelling wastes & toxins.

Remedial Massage can be extremely helpful for both injury prevention and/or injury recovery. Some of the injuries & conditions that can be treated on a day to day basis with Remedial Massage are;

  • Treatment for headaches & migraines
  • Sciatica
  • Treatments for Lower back pain & pelvis pain
  • Back, neck & shoulder problems caused from a variety of situations
  • Over-use injuries
  • Sprains, strains & tears to muscles & tendons
  • Compartment syndrome- which is better known as shin splints

Perth Physiotherapy | (08) 9204 1010