Remedial massage effectively treats most common pains in the body, including neck and back pain, headaches from tension, arthritis, tennis elbow, and muscle spasms or cramps.
Treat pain and specific injury
Remedial massage is an effective treatment for healing muscles and tendons that have become damaged in some way.
This damage may be known, like a sports injury, carpal tunnel, or plantar fasciitis. But it could also be the result of knots of tension.
Remedial massage also effectively treats most common pains in the body, including neck and back pain, headaches from tension, arthritis, tennis elbow, and muscle spasms or cramps.
Unlike a relaxation massage, remedial massage is a modality for assessing and treating chronic pain or specific injuries.
- A typical session includes an assessment of your problem and a tailored treatment plan to heal your muscular issues.
- Your feedback in this process is key, so your therapist can understand the best method of treatment.
- Following your assessment your therapist will tailor a plan that includes multiple types of massage. This which may or may not include strong or gentle pressure or deep or shallow muscle work.
At Your Initial Assessment
For your initial remedial massage assessment, we’ll evaluate your problem by:
- Asking questions about your health history
- Observing movements and posture
- Testing a full range of motion
- Massaging soft tissue
Specialist Therapist: George Kwok
Bachelor of Science (Exercises and Sports Science), Diploma of Remedial Massage
With a special interest in injury prevention and exercise rehabilitation, George is not going to focus just on your symptoms but also the cause of the problem. More
Specialist Therapist: Giulia Bianchi
Diploma of Remedial Massage, Sports Massage (Europe)
Giulia has special interest in sports-related treatment, injury recovery, and
how massage can improve movement and
The end goal of remedial massage is to heal the origin of the problem and alleviate unpleasant symptoms.