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What is MEDICAL MASSAGE? Medical Massage is sometimes defined as medically necessary massage, which is usually prescribed by a physician. Medical massage is generally practiced in relation to a specific goal focused on improving health of patients.

Medical massage is helpful to individuals who suffer from an assortment of health conditions, including repetitive motion injuries, Thoracic Outlet Syndrome, muscle spasms, neuromuscular conditions, Carpal Tunnel Syndrome, chronic headaches, whiplash, rotator cuff injuries, and soft-tissue injuries as well.

According to an article written by Certified Senior Instructor, Boris Prilutsky - "... Medical Massage has been clinically and scientifically shown to bring about a vasodilartory effect that significantly reduces cardiac work."

Additionally, medical massage increases blood supply to skeletal muscles and other body components. Furthermore, medical massage is also evidenced to stimulate the nervous system as well. Overall, medical massage is a noninvasive therapy that produces beneficial health results to those experiencing numerous health-related illnesses and injuries.

If you are interested in obtaining information or education about medical massage, are seeking a medical massage therapist, or are interested in enrolling in a medical massage school, please feel free to peruse our holistic practitioners and/or healing arts schools directories at Holistic Junction today!

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by C. Bailey-Lloyd/LadyCamelot in conjunction with Holistic Junction

C. Bailey-Lloyd/LadyCamelot is the Public Relations' Director & Writer for Holistic Junction -- Your source of information for Medical Massage Practitioners and Medical Massage Schools


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