Neuromuscular therapy is a specialized form of deep tissue massage. Digital pressure and cross fiber friction are used to release areas of tension and pain in the muscle. These areas are called trigger points and are the cause of muscular pain symptoms.
Neuromuscular massage is used to treat low back pain, shoulder pain, sciatica, hip pain, headaches, plantar fasciitis, tendonitis, knee pain, neck and tempo mandibular joint pain (TMJ)
Myofascial release is a manual therapy technique that focuses on pain believed to arise from myofascial tissues that wrap, connect and support your muscles. Myofascial pain originates in “trigger points” which restrict muscle and joint movements. Removing these restrictions creates better range of motion and enables your body to move in a more natural and restored manner.
Cupping therapy has been around for thousands of years. The cups are moved dynamically across the muscle or may be left in a static position. Cupping is much like the inverse of massage. It uses vacuum pressure to lift the tissues which opens muscle restrictions and allows fresh blood and oxygen back into these areas. Cupping can remove muscle inflammation and return a flow of equilibrium to the nervous system.
Reflexology is a technique where appropriate pressure is applied to specific points to stimulate certain areas of the feet. These pressure points restore the flow of energy throughout the entire body. Nerve function and blood supply may be improved, which may alleviate stress and other health problems. Stimulating specific reflex points in the feet can help restore balance throughout the body.