Back Pain Is The Most Common Injury That Massage Back Help With

Massage therapy has been shown to be effective at treating several different types of chronic pain conditions including arthritis, fibromyalgia, and even migraine headaches. In this blog post, we’ll look at how massage therapy works for these types of conditions as well as what other benefits it can provide for people living with chronic pain issues.

A lot of people who live with chronic pain are hesitant to seek out massage therapy. They worry that it’s going to be too painful or else that it will make them feel worse (instead of giving them any relief at all). But these fears aren’t always accurate. For example, Massage therapy is reported to be effective at treating both migraine headaches and arthritis pain. That’s because massage can help reduce stress (which may trigger attacks in those living with migraines) as well as promote circulation, joint flexibility and muscle relaxation (all of which can help improve symptoms).

Massage therapy is a way to relax and begin working on specific areas possibly causing discomfort or pain. It’s also been shown to improve overall mood and reduce stress which can worsen chronic pain.

What Causes Lower Back Pain?

Back pain is the most common cause of chronic pain in the world. Every time you bend over to pick up something heavy or bend over to put shoes on, your body remembers the pain and responds in kind. While it may be years since any incident first caused your injury, picking up anything heavy can trigger a painful response from your body. It’s important to properly engage your core, and lift with your hips instead of bending or hinging at your low back because this can cause injury, especially when repeated over time.





Why Good Posture Is Important For Lower Back Pain Prevention

While it is important to have good posture, it’s even more important to think about the way you lift. The most common type of injury to occur at work is back pain, and a large part of that is due to bad lifting technique. Taking a few minutes to review proper lifting techniques and make sure you’re keeping an eye on your own form can help you avoid injuries or accidents in the workplace by helping you prevent strain on your back, legs, or neck



Why Is Massage Important For Lower Back Pain?

Our therapists are trained to help you relieve stress and pain by using clinical massage techniques to help you work on your posture and to address your pain at it’s source, work not just heal the symptoms. Book an appointment today to start on your journey of healing your lower back pain!

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