At our pain management clinic in Pensacola, we use massage therapy to increase blood flow and loosen muscles and soft tissues. Increased circulation brings oxygen and nutrients to muscles. Blood flow is crucial to eliminating waste from muscles that can lead to pain.
Massage therapy bring great benefits to Pensacola patients by relieving:
- muscle tension
- fluid retention
Massages come in many different types depending on the patient’s condition. A physician or physical therapist at GCPS in Pensacola, Florida will be able to determine what type will be best for each patient.
At our pain management clinic located in Pensacola, physician directed chiropractic program, massage therapy is combined in a comprehensive program to most effectively treat your pain producing condition.
Proven benefits of a Massage:
- Decreases pain
- Relieves muscle tension
- Increases flexibility
- Promotes relaxation
- Reduces stress & anxiety
- Decreases depression
- Decreases cellulite deposits
- Improves skin condition
A Massage based on Your Needs:
- Deep Tissue
- Russian Abdominal
Swedish massage is the most common type of massage using long smooth strokes, kneading and circular movements on the superficial layers of muscle. Swedish massage can be very gentle and relaxing.
This type of massage therapy is used in Pensacola more for the physically active or injured. The focus is on relaxation, but on preventing and treating an injury while enhancing athletic performance. A combination of techniques are used to loosen and increase flexibility.
A technique that incorporates more than one modality, including Swedish, Deep Tissue and Neuromuscular therapy all working together to achieve maximum therapeutic results.
This massage targets the deep layers of muscle and connective tissue. Deep tissue is used for chronically tight or painful muscles, repetitive strain, postural problems or recovery from an injury. It is specific to the injured or strained area and is used to isolate the problem muscle.
Focuses mainly on the abdominal cavity releasing tension on the musculature that increases tension on surrounding hips and back. Helps with digestion, elimination and the reduction of cellu-lite deposits.
Neuromuscular therapy is also known as trigger point therapy. Neuromuscular therapy is a technique that focuses on the signal that the body has created as in a knot or a tight muscle band. A form of manipulation of the soft tissue using the pressure on muscle, tendon and connective tissue to relieve pain and balance the central nervous system.
Other non surgical solutions at our Pensacola pain management clinic: