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Whether it’s chronic pain, recurring headaches, post-workout aches, stress-related muscle tension or the recovery from injury, the path to relief may be shortened by adding massage to other prescribed regimens. Pain management through massage can: relieve muscle tension by enhancing blood flow, which causes muscles to relax; decrease inflammation by activating genes that naturally reduce swelling; improve recovery by stimulating mitochondria, the "energy packs" driving cellular function and repair.
Massaging legs and feet can provide relief after workouts or at the end of a long day.
Massage and stretching can help reduce pain in knees and major hip and leg joints.
Massage is one way to deliver relief or recession of headaches and migraines.
Whether it’s from work, workouts or a chronic condition, massage and stretching can help improve circulation, which often reduces arm and hand pain.
Back pain can be debilitating but massage can help reduce the discomfort and improve flexibility.
Massage can help reduce tension and stress in the neck and upper back.