clinical Massage therapy
A Personalized Approach to the Treatment of Pain and Injury
Clinical Massage For Pain and Injury | Salt Lake City
Clinical massage therapy is focused on your specific soft tissue pain, injury or dysfunction. At The Anatomy of Wellness, all clinical massages begin with a personalized assessment that helps to identify the cause of your pain. All clinical massage sessions are highly focused on your unique physiology and therefore highly effective. We use the appropriate techniques to work towards specific outcomes which may include trigger point therapy, myofascial release, deep tissue, stretching, joint mobilization or posture therapy.
What can a clinical massage treat?
Rotator cuff injury
Carpal tunnel symptoms
Our Approach to Clinical Massage
Our approach to clinical massage focuses on identifying and treating the specific cause of your pain. We’ll conduct a thorough assessment to determine whether your pain is due to a muscle strain, joint dysfunction or nerve impingement and get you on your way to optimal wellness.
Tendon injuries, muscle tears and nerve entrapments heal much faster when treated with the appropriate clinical massage techniques. Our clinical massage therapists are educated, trained and certified in clinical/orthopedic massage and apply their in-depth knowledge of anatomy to your treatment.
Expect to schedule 2 times a week in the beginning stages of treatment until symptoms start to subside. It is absolutely crucial that you seek regular treatments to achieve lasting results. We offer discounted monthly packages so you can get the treatment you need.
Other conditions we treat with clinical massage therapy:
Neck Pain - Injury, wear and tear or postural distortions may be affecting the anatomy of the neck . Clinical bodywork can stimulate the healing process and reduce pain.
Wrist Pain - Carpal Tunnel is frequently misdiagnosed. Massage helps identify where nerve is entrapped in your particular situation and free it, reducing or eliminating symptoms altogether.
Sciatica - Pain stems from a compressed nerve in the lower back. However the sciatic nerve can also become impinged in soft tissue.
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