Ask any massage therapist, and they will tell you about the days when all their clients seem to have the same clinical issue. “I treated 5 shoulder problems today”!
Last week was tension week. It seemed the majority of my patients suffered from tension related issues. Headaches, shoulder and neck pain and an inability to find a life balance between work, family and self. Over the last 12 years of treating various pathologies, the one constant reoccurring problem that my clients seem to face is read more
(A Monthly Challenge is the introduction of a specific change that you would like to make in your life for the purpose of gaining a healthier lifestyle. These changes may be to add a healthy habit, or to get rid of an unhealthy one. I will be suggesting a number of Challenges throughout the year and you can choose which ones you would like to take on. The goal is to live happier and healthier lives.)
As you can imagine, being device free might be tricky in this day and age, but I read more
Talking is one of our main forms of communication. During your massage therapy visit, much of the conversation will occur at the beginning of the treatment when you enter the massage room. This is the time that is set aside to discuss your health care goals and for the therapist to perform any special tests to help assess your condition. This time is also ideal for addressing any concerns you may have regarding the massage.
As a massage therapist, I always appreciate any questions you may read more