A massage is an effective complement and works synergistically with your physiotherapy care
We are excited to offer our Northern Beaches clients professional massage therapy in a quiet and private room within our clinic.
Search for Massage Northern Beaches and you are bound to get a mixture of treatments and styles of massage that can leave you feeling confused.
Our Newport massage service is different in that our massage therapists are professionally trained with diploma qualifications and registered for health fund rebates.
We also have our experienced Physios on hand to provide additional advice if required / necessary.
That’s peace of mind knowing you’re getting more than just a massage, you’re getting the most professional massage Newport has to offer.
Our Massage Therapist offers many styles of massage having special training in;
- Sports Massage
- Remedial Massage
- Myofascial Release
- Relaxation massage
What is Massage?
Massage is the manipulation of the soft tissues of the body.
Not only your muscles, but specific techniques can also act on the tendons, ligaments and fascia (a fibrous connective tissue surrounding the muscles).
How does massage therapy help me?
Massage has therapeutic effects that include stimulation of circulation, moving lymph fluid and reducing swelling to injury.
They can also involve the lengthening of tight tissues and muscle, normalising them into a resting state. Healing times can be improved by increasing local blood flow, and muscular spasms and discomfort from muscle soreness will be reduced.
How does massage complement my Physiotherapy session?
Massage therapy is an effective complement and works synergistically with your physiotherapy care. When utilized together, physiotherapy and massage facilitate and stimulate the body’s natural healing process by keeping the body in proper alignment, which ensures a free flow of nerve impulses and circulation in the blood and lymphatic systems. Many of the problems that cause pain in the musculoskeletal system are caused by a combination of stress on muscles, joints and nerves.
Therefore, it is important to correct the misalignments through postural changes combined with stretching & strengthening. In addition to relieving the stress on the nervous system, it is important to treat soft tissues such as the muscles and tendons.
By working together, physiotherapy and massage will provide you with a more complete and effective health care system. Make the choice to complement your physiotherapy care with a therapeutic massage today!!
You will not only reduce the stress from the everyday grind, but you will assist the body in the reduction of pain and its ability to heal itself.
What are the outcomes from my massage treatment?
After a thorough assessment & diagnosis of your condition, your treatment will be specific to your pain relief & quick recovery. You will have reduced muscle tension for longer, increased movement in your muscles and joints & a reduction in stiffness & pain. The therapeutic effects of massage are cumulative, so we will recommend a treatment plan to meet your health and wellness goals.
Massage & Sports Performance
Sports massage is commonly used as an effective treatment for elite athletes. It allows them to sustain high levels of performance with a reduced risk of injury. By helping reduce fatigue and aid recovery, massage enables more productive training with longer, more effective workouts. Incorporating massage into an athlete’s training program has a positive impact, not only on their physical performance but also on physiological and psychological levels.
Some common complaints treated with massage
- Headaches & migraines
- Frozen shoulder
- Sore shoulder and neck
- Back pain & sciatica
- Tennis and golfers elbow
- Sprains, strains and tears
- Over-use injuries
- Shin splints
- Massage provides a healing treatment and can have the effect of strengthening and toning the entire body mechanism and so help to prevent unnecessary strains and injuries.
- Incorporating specialised techniques to locate and repair damage to muscles, tendons and joints, massage has the ability to restore your body physically, mentally and spiritually.
Injury Treatment is designed to treat any sort of injury whether it’s from sport, work or the home. The treatment specifically targets soft tissue at the site of the injury, reducing spasms, pain, swelling and the formation of excess scar tissue. It also improves circulation to the injured site, restores joint mobility, eases tension and stiffness.