FRASER BURTON

General Aftercare Advice

No matter what sort of work you have done in a session, your body will need to adapt and adjust to it. As well as specific advice during your session there are a few pieces of general advice that are recommended post treatment

Listen to your body, rest if needed. Try to allow it to adjust to the changes the treatment may have made. Depending on the kind of work done it may be advisable to avoid strenuous exercise after a treatment.

Keep well hydrated and eat well, make sure to include some protein to help with the repair process.

Some people feel cold after a treatment; please bring something warm with you.

It is normal to feel some mild aches or bruise like sensations the next day but should not go beyond this and should resolve within 24 hours. Most people find that this reduces as their body becomes used to the treatments.

If you’ve never had this kind of treatment before or it has been a long time since you have, your body’s reaction may be more pronounced, so please bear this in mind with regards to the above suggestions, the same applies relative to the level of work done.

Please feel free to contact me with any questions or concerns at any time.

Frequently Asked Questions

Frequently Asked Questions

Will it hurt? Are there any side effects? What should I wear? Can I bring someone with me? This all sounds very complicated, I just want a massage, How much do you charge? I’ve got a question I can’t find the answer to

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Maintenance Sessions

Maintenance Sessions

Excluding some sort of external trauma, soft tissue does not suddenly become damaged. You don’t need to be injured to have a treatment, in the same way we go for regular dental check-ups and servicing of our cars – prevention is better than cure.

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Benefits

Benefits

Soft tissue therapy/sports and remedial massage physiological benefits




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