What is a Therapeutic Massage?
A massage can be a relaxing and invigorating treat, a gift you give yourself or a loved one.
But, when practiced by a licensed massage therapist with training and skills that address many of the body’s specific and often painful ailments, massage can be a therapeutic treatment.
By incorporating a number of advanced modalities, therapeutic massage assists the body in its natural restorative functioning. Muscles are relaxed and tension released; blood and lymph circulation is enhanced, soft tissue is aided in repair, the body is calmed and made more receptive to healing, and the body is generally rejuvenated.
Plantar fasciitis, carpel tunnel, TMJ, and sciatica are among the many other conditions that can be relieved through therapeutic massage. Injuries to the joints, shoulders, back, and more are often addressed as an addition to conventional medical treatment
Whether to mitigate stress, anxiety, or depression; to assist in pain control, respiratory or digestive issues; or promote the healing of injuries, therapeutic massage offers an impressive range of life enhancing benefits.
In Oneonta, Louise Fish offers relaxing and therapeutic massage in a comfortable and private office at 31 Main Street. She is currently accepting new clients.
Visit her online at www.louisefish.com