Phone 086 1012100
Phone 086 1012100
A variety of techniques are used such as myofascial release, mobilization, muscle energy technique, triggerpoint release, positional release, soft tissue release and massage. She incorporates these techniques in treatments as they are very effective and give good relief from pain and noticeable freedom of movement. Suitable for people suffering from strain from exercise or just the strains of everyday life. Can be used before a problem presents. Remember prevention is better than cure.
Clients are often surprised how much relief they feel after one session.
Benefits of Neuromuscular Therapy:
- Improves muscle tone
- Prevents injury
- Improves posture
- Relieves pain
- Promotes healing, so speeds recovery from injury
- Can help with chronic pain
Laya Healthcare and Irish life health approved.
Neuromuscular therapy helps
- Frozen Shoulder
- Low back pain
- Hip, knee, ankle pain
- Plantar fascitis
- and much more
Sports massage is the use of massage, the manipulation of the soft tissues, as well as using neuromuscular and physical therapy techniques.
This treatment varies depending on the clients needs.
Holistic massage is a combination of various movements used to manipulate tissues for both local and overall effects and benefit. It has many benefits.
- Skin tone
- Relieves muscle fatigue and soreness
- Increases energy
- Promotes detoxification
- Deepens breathing and relaxes lungs
- Improves lymphatic circulation and immunity
- Relieves stress
This is a safe, simple yet effective therapy. It involves massage of the head, face, neck and upper arms. The client may remain fully clothed if they wish. Indian head massage combines ancient cultural tradition with the demands of modern living. It is renowned for relieving the symptoms of stress. It removes tension from face and upper body. It improves mental clarity and focus and relieves eyestrain and headaches. I find that clients deeply relax during this treatment, the stress just melts away.
What happens in a neuromuscular therapy treatment?
First of all I take a detailed medical history, finding out about illnesses, injuries etc. and your current lifestyle. This will assist in getting a full picture of your current wellbeing and how best to approach treatment. Then I will ask you your goals for the treatment, these can vary from maintaining health to relieving pain to returning a stiff neck back to full mobility.
If necessary I will perform postural analysis and muscle testing. This will all assist me in giving you the best treatment for you.
Then I will give you the treatment and communicate with you throughout the treatment and work on a pain scale. In my training it was instilled that a 7 out of 10 pain was the most a client should experience. I don't believe that torturing a client will benefit them. It will result in them tensing up there bodies and only adding to their problems. I always make sure I warm up the tissues well, before stretching them or doing deep work as this prevents damaging muscle tissue. When I am finished I let the client get up in their own time.
Then I give them some after care advice. I like to empower my clients as one hour treatment will benefit them but it is what they do for the rest of the week that will have a greater affect. I give them simple tips such as self massage and stretches that can help ease aches. I show them relaxation techniques if stress seems to be a problem. I may give some simple dietary advice, your tissues muscular or otherwise can't be healthy if your eating rubbish. You wouldn't put low grade dirty fuel into your car. Then if necessary I will make a new appointment.
Please note that confidentiality is very important to me. I treat my clients with respect at all times.