About Massage-Dianella Sports and Remedial Massage Ph 0407428263

Dianella Sports and Remedial Massage

Dianella Sports and Remedial Massage Ph 0407428263

About Massage

 What is Remedial Massage?(Source Massage and Myotherapy Australia)

Remedial Massage Therapists are trained to assess and treat muscles, tendons, ligaments and connective tissue and treat injuries and soreness.  They should hold at least a Diploma of Remedial Massage

They employ a variety of treatments for use in pain management of chronic musculoskeletal conditions, postural conditions, sporting and occupational injuries.

To determine where to treat patients effectively, remedial therapists must have a working knowledge of human anatomy, physiology and pathophysiology.

A typical remedial massage session must involve a thorough patient consultation and assessment to determine the patientís health status.

The goal of remedial massage is to help the body return to normal health after injury by reasonably reversing certain physical effects suffered as a result of moderate injury causing structural pain and/or lost mobility or function.

The treatment is designed to remediate the given condition by reducing or eliminating pain and restoring function.

What is Sport Massage?

Sports massage is a form of bodywork geared toward participants in athletics. It is used to help prevent injuries, to prepare the body for athletic activity and maintain it in optimal condition, and to help athletes recover from workouts and injuries. Sports massage has three basic forms: pre-event massage, post-event massage, and maintenance massage. Requires Diploma Level of training.

Sports Massage isn't just for athletes. Anyone can benefit.

What is Therapeutic Massage? 

As a guide, therapists who provide Therapeutic Massage assist people who seek relief from aches, pains and stress-related symptoms. These therapists should hold a minimum Certificate IV in Massage Therapy Practice.

A typical therapeutic massage will involve establishing the area of the body or condition requiring attention. Referring to the Swiss Massage techniques as a guide, the therapist will use effleurage, petrissage, friction, tapotement, and vibration. Compression stokes, skin rolling, rocking, and shaking can be applied using one or both hands.

Always make sure the therapist treating you has these credentials and has individual accreditation with Health Insurance providers.