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Will Massage Help Your Back Pain?

Does Massage Help Back Pain?


Massage is a safe, effective way to reduce muscle tension and temporarily relieve low back pain. The therapy involves rubbing a patient’s muscles with the aim of reducing pain, increasing circulation, and speeding up recovery.



How Does Massage Loosen and Get Rid of Muscle Knots?



Massage can help by loosening up knots or occasions in tents muscle tissue which allows greater range of motion and better movement, which all help to decrease back pain. Massage also reduces stress, which is a major factor in back pain as it can cause muscle tension.



How Do You Release Muscle Spasms?



Massage is a simple, effective way to relieve muscle pain and stiffness. It helps relax muscles, reduce inflammation and improve circulation. Tension and soreness can be felt in the neck, back and shoulders. This is especially common after a long workday. Ease muscle spasms is an ideal relaxant that aids you in alleviating soreness and stress so that you can sleep without pain.

Muscle spasms happen when your body is in one position for too long or if we are injured and massage any very beneficial for getting rid of this tension.



How Can Massage Improve Range of Motion?



Massage therapy can help increase your range of motion and decrease stiffness. Massage uses various techniques, including deep tissue work and trigger point therapy, to address restrictions in tissue caused by stiffness.

Massage addresses restrictions in tissue caused by stiffness, scar tissue and adhesions. Massages therapists apply force to your tight and sore muscles, fascia and tendons which releases restriction and helps decrease pain, allowing for better muscle function and increases your body’s ability to move smoothly through healthy movement.


Is Massage Good For Muscle Circulation?


Massage stimulates circulation and healthy muscle growth, which helps your body recover from strenuous workouts or gets you back in action after an injury. Massage also increases flexibility and range of motion, so you can get back to all the activities you love faster.

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Author: Mason Palmer

Founder / Massage Therapist

IMMERSE Modern Massage

Mason is a master massage therapist in Portland, Oregon, with over 10,000 hours of hands on work. His expertise in deep tissue anatomy, myofascial release, and trauma-informed somatic therapy. He is also a 200-hour certified yoga instructor and has received Reiki Master level training from three different schools. Mason has explored various healing practices, including Mindfulness Meditation, Personal Training, Yoga, Qi Gong, Tai Chi, Ayurveda, and Chinese medicine, for over a decade. He is the author of “Energy Healing, One Truth Many Teachers” and is known for his proven track record for creating plans of care for his clients to overcome pain and discomfort in their body, and to make sure that pain doesn’t come back.

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