What is Deep Tissue Massage?
Deep tissue massage is a technique used specifically in the treatment of musculoskeletal issues – including strains and sports injuries, which are quite common. This technique involves applying pressure by using slow, deep strokes. Through this method, the inner layers of the muscles are targeted, facilitating a fast recovery. Concurrently, this diminishes the tension build up in the tissue and muscles, increasing blood flow and reducing inflammation.
How can Deep Tissue Massage benefit you?
Compared to traditional massage techniques that concentrate mainly on relaxation, deep tissue massage contributes to treating muscle pain. If you’re dealing with sciatica, high blood pressure, tennis elbow, fibromyalgia, plantar fasciitis, or other sports injuries, deep tissue massage can help.
Here at Select Spine and Sports Medicine, one of our proficient therapists works in tandem with your chiropractor to facilitate your specific treatment plan.
What is Sports Massage?
This form of therapy focuses on the soft tissue of a patient that is involved in strenuous physical activity. Soft tissue represents the connective tissue, encompassing skin, tendons, muscles, ligaments and fascia. Sports massage represents a mixture of several massage techniques, usually customized, depending on the type of activities a patient is engaged in.
When properly administered, a sports massage can contribute to flushing out lactic acid out of the muscles. Optimized blood flow to the targeted area and a diminished recovery time are other common benefits of a sports massage.
Your sports massage therapists at Select Spine and Sports Medicine have three core goals during your treatment time with us:
- Enhance your performance
- Decrease the risk of injury in the future
- Reduce the pain or discomfort you are currently feeling
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Founder of Select Spine and Sports Medicine, Dr Joe Denke, is a Certified Chiropractic Sports Practitioner, the only Chiropractor in Friendswood TX with this advanced certification.
In most cases, the treatments we provide are covered by your health insurance policy. A session typically includes a 30-minute massage, incorporated into effective chiropractic and rehab treatment. A licensed massage therapist will personalize your treatment depending on your current health status.
Schedule online now or call our office on 281-993-2122 for more information.