HOW MASSAGE CAN HELP YOUR RECOVERY

If you’re recovering from an injury or feeling stressed after a long week, a massage may help reduce both the pain and inflammation and help you de-stress. Massage isn’t just for relaxing—it can be one of the best ways to speed up your body’s natural healing process. If you’ve been injured or stressed out and are looking for some relief, consider scheduling an appointment with Ashley at Trigger on Spot!

Massage is a great way to help your body recover from injury and stress.

Massage is a great way to help your body recover from injury and stress. Massage can help reduce pain, increase circulation and blood flow, relieve muscle tension and spasms, and help heal scar tissue.

During an injury, the muscles and nerves may get tight or strained, causing pain, weakness and stiffness.

During an injury, the muscles and nerves may get tight or strained, causing pain, weakness and stiffness. Massage can help reduce this by improving circulation to the injured area.

Massage also helps increase flexibility in your body by loosening up tight muscles and tendons. It also breaks down scar tissue that forms after an injury so that you can move more easily without pain.

A massage therapist can work on the affected area, improving circulation and helping your body heal more quickly.

A massage therapist can work on the affected area, improving circulation and helping your body heal more quickly.

If you’re feeling sore after a long run or workout session, a massage therapist will be able to help with that. A professional massage is not just for relaxation–it’s also therapeutic. The hands-on attention will help your muscles relax while also relieving any tension in those areas that may be causing pain or discomfort. A skilled therapist will be able to find out exactly where you need pressure applied and how much force should be used on each body part during treatment so as not to cause further damage than necessary (or any at all).

Massage helps reduce pain by releasing endorphins, which are natural painkillers produced by the body.

Massage helps reduce pain by releasing endorphins, which are natural painkillers produced by the body. When you’re stressed or injured, your body releases endorphins that make you feel relaxed and happy. Massage can be a great way to relieve stress and help with muscle tension as well!

Endorphins work by attaching themselves to receptors in the nervous system to block pain signals from reaching your brain. This means that if you have an injury or illness, massaging it will cause those receptors to release their hold on those nasty sensations we call “pain.”

If you’re looking for a way to speed up your recovery from an injury or just decompress after a long week, massage therapy is definitely worth considering. It has been shown to be effective in reducing pain, swelling and inflammation as well as speeding up recovery time by breaking up scar tissue. If you want to try out this treatment option on yourself or someone else, contact trigger on spot today!

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