The neck is an extremely complex part of the body, comprising many nerves, muscles, veins, arteries, bones and ligaments. It also performs many important tasks which are crucial for human movement. As a result, the neck is susceptible to many issues, causing pain and dysfunction that impacts the life and general wellbeing of many Australians. In fact, it is estimated that between 10-15% of the Australian population suffer from neck pain at any given time. Remedial Massage is a safe and effective way to alleviate neck pain, and get you back to your daily activities as soon as possible.
Common Causes of Neck Pain
There are many factors that can contribute to neck pain and dysfunction, including repetitive strain issues; minor and major accidents. Some of the most common causes are:
- Poor posture and static positioning
- Sports injury
- Repetitive motion
- Cervical osteoarthritis
- Cervical degenerative disc issues
- Spinal stenosis
- Herniated discs
- Foraminal stenosis
- Emotional stress
- Myofascial issues
Remedial Massage For Neck Pain
There are many different forms of massage, with a large variety of techniques and pressure levels available as necessary. Remedial Massage is generally a deeper style of massage but can be adapted for your individual comfort level. Our remedial massage therapists use a combination of treatments to stretch the tight muscles and also demonstrate targeted strengthening exercises for the reduction of muscular pain and discomfort. Implementing strengthening exercises for neck muscles is also vital to effectively manage chronic pain, and also reduce the likelihood of the pain re-occuring.
Common Remedial Massage techniques used to treat neck pain includes:
- Deep tissue massage
- Passive stretching
- Dry needling
- Trigger point therapy
Remedial Massage is a safe and effective way to reduce many forms of musculoskeletal pain and tension. Our qualified Remedial Massage therapists will assess the cause of your pain and provide individualised treatment plans to not only relieve your pain and discomfort, but reduce the likelihood of reoccurrence.
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