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It is the month of May and time for E.B.myotherapy Newsletter

It is the month of May and time for E.B.myotherapy Newsletter

Hope all the mums out there had a wonderful Mother’s day this weekend. I was greatly spoiled by my two boys they even gave me a sleep in till my oldest told me time to get up and eat.

Over the years I have been asked this question or question many time. What is Myotherapy, What is remedial massage and what is the difference between the two. So i have decide to answer these question for you

What is Myotherapy: Myotherapy is the assessment, treatment and management of musculoskeletal conditions, which may cause muscular dysfunction and pain thus affecting movement and mobility. Myotherapists utilise a range of treatment techniques to restore and maintain the normal integrity of the soft tissue structures (muscles, tendons, ligaments and fascia).

What is Remedial Massage:Remedial Massage is a form of deep tissue massage which is focused on regaining normal muscle and soft tissue flexibility to assist recovery from or to help prevent injury. This form of massage works by increasing blood flow to the tissues, assisting with scar tissue breakdown, and encouraging lymphatic drainage of swelling and waste products. The effect of this is to normalise soft tissue flexibility and thus improved joint mobility. Soft tissue tension affects the normal position of the joints and associated nerve tissue. Therefore it is often involved in movement imbalances, postural dysfunctions and is almost always a contributing factor in musculoskeletal pain.

As we are now reaching the colder months of the year here are few ways to fight away the nasty colds and stay warm

Thought we are coming into the colder months , it is still important to look after yourself #selfcare that is were regular massages do come into play. Can have individual session or get yourself a massage pack and save

See you soon for that Massage

Have a lovely day

Elicia, E.B.myotherapy

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