PhysioActive offers specialised forms of clinical massage to meet our patients’ varied needs. Always delivered by expert massage therapists, these massages provide both relaxation and therapeutic benefits.
Our various massage types are useful for anyone, whatever your situation. Expectant mothers, those with old or new injuries, arthritis sufferers, and patients with chronic pain can all benefit from the skills of our professional massage therapists.
Clinical Massage Services
Deep Tissue Massage
When many people think of a massage, they picture a relatively light touch, working the skin and surface muscles. While such a massage can promote blood flow and be very relaxing, it won’t do much to help chronic conditions and old injuries. This is where deep tissue massage is helpful.
Remedial massage is a form of therapeutic massage that focuses on injury recovery and alleviating pain. It requires patient participation as you and your massage therapist will work together to identify problem areas and potential causes for your pain. These causes may include posture problems, repetitive motion injuries, old trauma, and diseases.
Myofascial Trigger Point Therapy
“Myo-“ means muscle and “fascial” refers to the fascia, connective tissue found throughout your body. In certain chronic diseases, like multiple sclerosis (MS) and fibromyalgia, muscle and connective tissues may tighten and form knots, usually at intersections of these tissues. These knots are referred to as trigger points and can be the cause of pain throughout the body in these patients. Trigger points can also form from old injuries where scar tissue has replaced normal, healthy tissue.
Frequently Asked Questions
Will my massage be painful?
Our massage therapists strive to deliver relaxing, therapeutic massages. There may be a little pain associated with certain massages such as remedial and deep tissues massages. If you are uncomfortable at any point during the massage, simply let your therapist know and they will adjust accordingly.
Are your massage therapists experienced?
Yes! Our massage therapists are trained, educated, and experienced in multiple styles of therapeutic massage.
How long does a massage last?
That’s really up to you, our patient. We have several duration options for your convenience.
Will I be sore after my massage?
Generally, no. You may notice a little residual soreness from deeper massages, such as the remedial and deep tissue massages. Just let your therapist know if you desire less pressure.
Are there any medical conditions that may prevent a massage?
We can work with many medical conditions. If there is a condition that you are concerned about, let us know in advance so that we can determine if the massage would be an ideal treatment. Our staff is always discreet and your confidentiality is of the utmost importance to us.
Come and experience the stress relief and improvement in your symptoms for yourself. Massage appointments may fill up rapidly. Schedule yours now and be assured of a relaxing and therapeutic experience.