back pain/sports massage

Massage for Back Pain

Man with backpainAt Keheren Therapy we believe in bringing our clients the very best and most effective treatments. Massage for back pain is our speciality. Especially to those experiencing muscular pain and discomfort of the back neck and shoulders.

The effective treatment of muscular pain relies upon a number of key factors. These include, knowledge of applied anatomy, experience and skill in treating these types of problems. Another consideration if appropriate, is the use of warmth and massage combined together to provide effective treatments.

We have invested in the Hydrotherm massage system, a proven technology in effective massage therapy designed by British Sports and Remedial therapist John Holman. The system comprising of two cushions of warm water and lumbar support. This facilitates perfect spinal alignment and supreme comfort.  Our guests never experience the discomfort of laying face down during their treatment. The entire treatment is carried out face up in spinal alignment.

Effective relief from muscular aches and pains from experienced therapists is available to you at Keheren in Truro, Kingston and Richmond.

Are Deep Tissue Massage and Sports Massage Painful?

It’s sometimes necessary to go through a little discomfort to sort out deep-seated, chronic pain and muscle tension. This is because the body occasionally resists the pressure being applied. Rather than being caused by the depth of the massage – the discomfort is evidence that we are getting to the problems source.

Keheren therapists are very highly-trained  using the minimum required to apply pressure to address the causes of the back pain. Any discomfort keheren clients feel is very short-term – and well worth going through for the lasting pain relief they experience.

Various types of conventional sports massage techniques and Swedish massage can be applied to your treatment on the Hydrotherm system. Debbie (Richmond and Kingston branches) is a qualified sports massage therapist whilst Liza (Truro) is trained in deep tissue and/or advanced techniques.

 

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