Remedial Massage

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What is Remedial Massage?

Remedial Massage focuses on reducing the tension related in multiple layers of the muscles and the tight and sore parts that commonly arise in back, neck, shoulders and legs. This has been widely used in the treatment of chronic pain, injuries and musculoskeletal disorders.

Remedial massage targets some specific problems that are affecting the muscles and deep tissues. In YongHe’s Remedial Massage session, our therapist will focus on restore body areas functioning and improve your health. Furthermore, it can also increase the nutrient supply to muscles and tissues. There are also studies shows that brainpower and cognition can be boosted from remedial Massage and this is also effective for PMS and sleep disorders.

How does it work?

YongHe’s therapists with professional skills and experience will conduct assessment and identify the underlying causes of pain and recommend appropriate treatments for you. We will use professional techniques to stretch and strengthen your muscles and build up correct postural balances.

For instance, you have been struggling with lower back pain for a long time. The usual massage like relaxation may have little effects on this. In Yonghe’s remedial massage, we will assess and determine your symptom from scoliosis, spinal disc problems, nerve root compression, spondylosis and sacroiliac joint pain. Our professional therapists will find the underlying issues in the pain area. All the nerve and tissues are connected which means the pain may be triggered from several muscle parts.

According to clients’ needs and conditions, treatment options like acupressure, joint mobilization and myofascial release may be prescribed. Remedial Massage will help improve blood flow and bring positive changes to the deep tissues, eventually get your own healing systems improved.

Conditions treated:

  • Sports injuries
  • Muscle strains and sprains
  • Carpal tunnel syndrome
  • Fibromyalgia
  • Tennis elbow
  • Muscle soreness/stiffness
  • Headaches
  • Migraines
  • Neck Pain
  • Shoulder Pain
  • Back Pain


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