Melt away the stress of the day with a professional, therapeutic massage from the Florida wellness medical Center in Trinity. Our licensed massage therapists are expertly trained to provide various types of massage depending on each patient’s needs.
Massage, also known as manual therapy, involves physically manipulating the muscles and soft tissues of the body to bring about positive effects. Massage therapists will dial in the pressure that they use according to the patient’s preferences and location of affected tissues. Some people prefer a light, barely-there stroke during a massage, while others like much more firm pressure. Differing pressures allow the massage therapist to reach both superficial and deeper areas affected by injury and illness.
Our massage therapists are experts in human anatomy, giving them the ability to evaluate both structural and functional issues and tailor the massage treatment to the patient’s specific needs. Just a few benefits you may see after your massage include:
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The most popular massage is also, arguably, the most relaxing. Using long, gliding strokes that direct blood back toward the heart and varying pressure, the massage therapist will rub and stretch all of the day’s worries right out of you.
Pregnancy comes with new aches and pains that we don’t normally feel, so our prenatal massage is hyper-focused on the needs of expecting moms. With baby-safe positioning and modifications, we give mom some much-needed rest and tension relief. (Note: prenatal massage is only available for expectant moms in their second or third trimesters)
Deep tissue massage is a God-send for painful scar tissue and adhesions that are a result of injury, some chronic medical conditions, or even surgical procedures. The therapist will begin with lighter pressure and gradually work up to a deep, firm pressure that focuses on affected areas. Deep tissue massage strokes are slower than a Swedish technique, giving more attention to every inch of the muscle and surrounding fascia.
The elderly population can still benefit from gentle massage that takes their special needs into consideration. Using extra light pressure to avoid skin tearing, the massage therapist will provide a blissful, comfortable experience that is especially beneficial for immobile patients.
Massage is an integral part of any athlete’s training, as a sports massage promotes optimal performance and quick recovery. Massage can help treat both big and small injuries in athletes, preventing the buildup of scar tissue and lowering the likelihood of re-injury. Our therapists are trained in sports massage techniques and can tailor your massage session to your specific physical needs.
Trigger points are painful enough to affect a person’s daily functioning by limiting the range of motion and leaving them in constant pain. Our massage therapists know how to trace the referred pain of trigger points back to the originating muscle, then encourage the point to release with direct pressure. Many trigger point massage recipients say that they feel relief immediately after the massage is over, with even more improvement after continued treatments.