Deep Tissue Massage focuses on treating musculoskeletal issues, such as strains and sports injuries. It targets the inner layers of your muscles and connective tissues. Helps to break up scar tissue, reduce tension, and inflammation
This type of massage is a deep, firm, and hard massage which applies increased pressure as treatment progresses, it is best suited for athletes, runners, and people with serious injuries.
It facilitates healing by releasing contracted muscle and tissue. It can help increase blood flow and reduce inflammation.
The applied pressure can be painful sometimes but gets better as the area is worked on more as time goes on. It is used for treating sports injuries, poor posture, and chronic spasms. It also helps with chronic muscular pain and injury rehabilitation.
DEEP TISSUE MASSAGE TECHNIQUES
Deep tissue massages begin as a traditional relaxing massage and after the muscles are warmed up, the massage therapist will begin to apply more pressure with palms, fingertips, knuckles, forearms, or elbows for more effective results.
A fair amount of soreness in the following days is expected after your treatment, treating the affected areas with ice, heat, and stretching is recommended.