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Plantar fasciitis, also known as heel pain or heel spur syndrome, refers to a clinical condition that causes pain in the heel of the foot. Sufferers typically report that the pain is worse first thing in the morning or after long periods of sitting.
You may have been told that you ‘can’t’ get a massage when you’re pregnant. This is because of pressure points in your wrists and ankles that, when stimulated, can cause the uterus to start contracting, as well as other concerns such as the comfort of the mother. Ironically, with all that extra weight and stress on your hips and back, pregnancy is one of those times when you might need a massage more than ever!
Bad posture is more than just a matter of unsightly slouching. Long term posture issues can have debilitating effects and should be corrected as soon as possible. Repetition of bad habits like slouching, sitting incorrectly and allowing muscles to become inactive, can lead to postural dysfunction and imbalance. If these habits are continued for long enough, the spine and other joints can be pushed out of their normal alignment. Postural dysfunction and imbalance can cause many issues such as spinal dysfunction and joint degeneration.
The term ‘sciatica’ refers to pain that is felt along the nerve roots of the sciatic nerve. The sciatic nerve is the longest single nerve in the human body, starting in the lower back and running through the buttocks and down the lower limbs. Sciatic pain may be felt in any of the areas. Sciatic pain has a variety of potential causes, including damage from a herniated disc, joint inflammation, spinal arthritis, or a locked facet joint. It can be the result of gradual wear and tear on the spine or an injury that occurs suddenly. Regardless of its cause, … Continue reading
The benefits that massage therapy can have on the circulatory system are well documented. Not only can a good massage improve circulation, can it can also help to mitigate the effects of high blood pressure (also known as hypertension.) Research has shown that regular massage as part of a holistic approach to managing high pressure can reduce stress levels, and over time lead to a reduction in blood pressure. High blood pressure is a serious health concern in Australia with more than 3.5 million Australians diagnosed with the condition, and many more undiagnosed. This makes addressing the condition through a … Continue reading
Neck Pain and Neuromuscular Massage Therapy Massage can be the perfect non-invasive partner to treat neck pain, and as an extremely painful and uncomfortable condition, the right massage can provide much needed relief to restore movement and ease pain. Neck pain can be caused by many things, but most often is a result of sleeping in a poor position for an extended period. This causes the vertebrae to become twisted or condensed, placing pressure on sensitive nerve endings. If you suffer from neck pain, our qualified massage therapists can apply a tailored plan to key pressure points around the neck … Continue reading
Ever wondered what the differences are between relaxation and remedial massage? Wanting a massage to relieve pain or reduce stress levels. Here is an explanation to help you identify which particular massage you suits your needs.
Fibromyalgia is a commonly diagnosed musculoskeletal syndrome (with a range of symptoms) that can be extremely unpleasant and painful for the many people in the population who suffer from it – women in particular. While unfortunately there is no known cure for fibromyalgia, there are many different approaches to manage the condition – we explain how our advanced musculoskeletal therapy techniques from our qualified massage therapists can alleviate some of the symptoms of the condition in this article.
Workplaces can often be quite dangerous especially the thousands of jobs that involves labour intensive tasks. Despite using the recommended treatment it can take months for injuries to heal and recover from pain. Remedial massage can be a great natural treatment to speed up recovery times and give you back the gift of movement.
One of our recommendations we give to our clients here at Mobilise Remedial Massage to assist with their health and wellbeing is to incorporate daily stretching into their routine. Not only does this help with mobility, if people stretched daily they would have so much more flexibility and feel a whole lot better. We explain the benefits to stretching to complement massage therapy in assisting with mobility below.