FRASER BURTON

SOFT TISSUE THERAPY/SPORTS AND REMEDIAL MASSAGE PHYSIOLOGICAL BENEFITS

MUSCULAR SYSTEM

Muscular

  • Release tension, stiffness and restrictions
  • Reduce spasms
  • Free up areas of scar tissue and adhesion
  • Improve tissue quality and normalise the tissues

CARDIOVASCULAR SYSTEM

Cardiovascular

  • Improved circulation (blood & lymphatic)
  • Increased oxygen and nutrient uptake
  • More efficient removal of toxins and waste products

SKELETAL SYSTEM

Skeletal

  • Restore range of motion and muscle tone balance, balancing the body, reducing stress on the joints and bones
  • Reduce adverse thickening of connective tissues

OTHER SYSTEMS

Other

  • Digestion – Increased peristalsis
  • Elimination – Increased fluid movement
  • Lymphatic – Increased white blood cell count
  • Respiratory – Techniques to increase oxygen uptake and breathing pattern efficiency

NERVOUS SYSTEM

Nervous

  • Stimulate or soothe sensory receptors
  • Deactivation of trigger points
  • Return of proprioceptive balance
  • Increase endorphin production

PERFORMANCE RELATED OUTCOMES

performance

  • Muscular stimulation/relaxation
  • Mental stimulation/relaxation
  • Improved sleep
  • Stress reduction
  • Enhanced oxygen and nutrient uptake
  • Faster recovery
  • Injury prevention
  • Pain reduction
  • Techniques to increase oxygen uptake/breathing pattern efficiency
  • Greater energy
  • Greater flexibility & range of motion
  • Improved muscular contraction efficiency
  • Improved functional mechanics

Soft Tissue Therapy

Soft Tissue Therapy

Whether you’re a competitive or recreational athlete, keen gym goer, work with your hands, behind a desk or spend your days running around after ‘the little ones’ you can benefit from soft tissue therapy.

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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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About the Session

About the Session

Sessions usually take an hour from start to finish, however if it is your first visit please expect it to last up to 90mins to allow for a full initial consultation and assessment.

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