Biomechanical massage therapist: soft tissue release specialist (muscles, tendons, ligaments, fascia and skin – kinesitherapy, sports massage, deep tissue, myofascial release)
The therapist will create space in the body frame to allow soft tissue to regain its proper role, due to a number of manual techniques (fascia therapy, massage, stretching …). If the body envelope (outer fascia or skin) is too tight or tense, a reduction in nervous and vascular circulation is imminent, thereby decreasing nutrition to the affected region, and decreasing the rate of elimination of metabolic waste. By releasing the fascia and surrounding soft tissue, the therapist will improve circulation and make the body relax and perform better (improved strength, mobility, endurance and recovery …).
Why see a biomechanical massage therapist?
Following an injury that has caused protective muscle spasms, tendonitis, bursitis, shin splints… Someone who has had a history of sprains, poor posture, or an injury due to repetitive movements…