Soft Tissue Therapy
Soft tissue therapy brings a wide range of different perks and benefits. This form of therapy is used to treat many different conditions, from muscle sprains and strains, to tendonitis and bursitis, along with other soft tissue injuries and those who are recovering from an operation.
Soft tissue therapy’s primary purpose is to speed the healing process by enhancing blood flow and triggering the body’s natural healing capabilities.
In addition, soft tissue therapy serves to enhance an individual’s mind-body awareness, which can help you to avoid future injuries.
This form of therapy also improves range of motion, while enhancing flexibility and breaking up adhesions and scar tissue. This can reduce pain significantly, while making movement much easier for the individual.
When massage is used as a soft tissue therapy method, the patient will also enjoy soothing and relaxation, which are benefits that are typically associated with massage.