Rehabilitative Massage Therapy

A rehabilitative massage plays an important role in standard injury rehabilitation procedures in several ways. Firstly, by allowing the muscles to return to their normal range of movement by reducing the amount of scar tissue and adhesions caused by injury. Secondly, by increasing the blood flow to the injured area, which will deliver many important nutrients that will aid healing and remove waste products caused by injury.

The increase in blood flow and nutrients to the area will allow for optimal recovery conditions, speeding up the rehabilitation process. This type of therapy is often used alongside other physical therapies such as chiropractic and physiotherapy.