Back pain? Try Soft Tissue Therapy.

Back pain is one of the leading causes of disability across the globe. For some, it may be temporary, while many others are living with chronic back pain. If you’re looking for an alternative to pain medication, then massage could be the solution. 

Thankfully, few things feel better than a healing touch, and massage has benefits that go beyond just releasing tight muscles. 

Massage manipulates and releases the soft tissues of the body. The goal of this manipulation is to promote relaxation and stress relief while easing pain. And furthermore, massage stimulates and promotes balance in the nervous system, often linked with chronic pain. The result is an overall feeling of well-being.

A systematic review of studies shows that massage for pain management is strongly recommended. (https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC4925170/) This review examined 60 high-quality studies and found massage effective in treating both pain and the anxiety that accompanied it. 

If you suffer from back pain, then why not give massage therapy a try? Please reach out for any further Information or book your appointment online.

Published by ammann05

I'm a soft tissue therapist, a pilates instructor, family manager (two girls, a husband and a dog), event planner, travel agent, taxi driver, chef, baker, runner, tennis player, swim, football and rowing mum, blogger, photographer, artist, shopping genius, stand up paddler, traveler, life lover, ... Originally Swiss, from summer 2015 to summer 2018 we lived in Charlotte, North Carolina. The move to the US was a big and successful adventure for our family. We loved the American way of life and it was hard to leave after three years. Our home base for our new adventure is Linton, a village in rual Cambridgeshire close to Cambridge UK. I always loved to travel and explore new countries and cultures. With the opportunity to live for a couple of years abroad a dream came true.

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