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Experience Relief from Scar Tissue Pain with Scar Massage Therapy
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Because enhancing your body requires receiving a specialized massage therapy from a skilled Toronto Scar massage RMT, it does not happen by accident.
Do you have scar formations and marks of incision that gets in the way of your workouts?
Are you overwhelmed with trying to stay on your training plan because post – surgery marks and discomfort keep derailing you.
Do you often feel like how much easier it would be if you could just train without c-section scar or cesarean scar?
Have you realized that there are muscle imbalances within your body but have no idea how to correct them?
Do you feel stuck and in a plateau in your training. Maybe, you’ve been trying to get help from some social media fitness pages but it’s not going well?
Have you worked with other Scar Massage Therapist or other health-care practitioners but have had little long-term relief to your issues?
Do you need a new way of treatment that is not the same old rub and hope for the best?
What happens when you ignore the signs of pain or discomfort from your body?
Can improve the appearance of scars and stretch marks, making them less visible.
Relieves tension and pain in scar tissue, which helps to reduce inflammation and promote healing.
Stimulates collagen production, which is necessary for improved skin health and elasticity.
Relief from pressure and pain in the scar area.
Reducing redness, swelling, itching and discomfort.
I’ve been treating the injuries and aches and pains of Toronto’s athletes and performers for the last 10 years.
I’ve helped hundreds of Torontonians achieve personal bests, win at their sport and achieve long term health.
But it wasn’t always like that, I’ve been through my share of injuries and went to many therapists with no relief.
I went through it all:
The Blame game
The costly and time wasting treatments
The lack of results and a poor experience
I wanted to throw in the towel and stop my goals of competing at a high level in Weightlifting and Soccer
Maybe you can relate?
Let me help you fast track your road to recovery.
I use some of the best Massage Therapy techniques that I’ve learned over my life
Holistic Toronto Massage Therapy provides:
Integrative approach to identifying the root problem, effective correctional strategies, and producing long-lasting results.
Book an appointment, experience the best treatment, leave feeling like a better version of yourself.
Here’s how it works:
I’ll take you through a comprehensive bio-mechanical and identify the source of your problem. Then I’ll explain the steps that’s needed to get you back on track towards reaching your fitness goals and doing the things you enjoy.
I’ll develop a tailored strategic plan designed specifically to you and your goals. This plan will allow you to become more physically resilient, pain-free, and quickly get back to your favourite activity effectively and efficiently.
Once your issues are resolved and you are moving efficiently without any pain or discomfort, I will implement exercise and therapeutic strategies to help solidify our results and to avoid future relapses of your issue. Consider this our method of “bulletproofing” your body against future wear and tear in your sport and daily life.
Scar massage can help to relieve pain from a variety of sources, including arthritis, injury, and tension headaches.
Massage therapists use deep pressure and strokes specifically targeted to the muscles that are causing your discomfort. This helps break up adhesions and reduce inflammation throughout the body.
By focusing on relieving tension in the body through massage, massage therapy can help reduce symptoms of anxiety and depression. It has also been shown to improve sleep quality and decrease levels of cortisol in the body. In addition to reducing physical tension headaches may disappear completely!
Scar massage is a type of treatment that uses gentle pressure and friction to stimulate the skin in order to promote healing and reduce inflammation. This therapy has been shown to be effective for treating various types of scars, including surgical scars, burn wounds, cuts, bruises, stretch marks (fibromyalgia), and acne breakouts.
There is evidence to suggest that massaging a scar can be beneficial in the long term. This may be due to the fact that massage promotes circulation and helps relieve tension and stress. Additionally, it may help improve skin quality by increasing collagen and elastin production. Furthermore, massage has been shown to reduce inflammation and decrease pain levels.
Yes, massage can be used to remove old scar tissue. This is because massage helps in the production of new skin cells and lymphatic drainage, which help to reduce inflammation and swelling.
There is no one-size-fits-all answer to this question, as the frequency of massage will vary depending on the severity and location of your scars. However, you may find that massaging them daily helps to improve their appearance over time. Additionally, it can reduce inflammation and promote healing. If you experience any redness or discomfort while massaging your scars, refrain from doing so until the condition resolves itself.
Scar massage is an umbrella term to describe massage techniques that are used to treat scars. These treatments involve using both gentle pressure/strokes or deeper pressures along the scar tissue in order to improve its appearance. Scar massages can be performed by a professional therapist.
Scar tissue can take a while to disappear, depending on the severity and location of the scar. Typically, massage may help to reduce inflammation and promote blood flow which in turn helps to speed up the healing process. Additionally, massaging has been shown to improve lymphatic drainage which facilitates removal of debris and toxins from deep within the skin.
The Holistic Move | Tim Wong | Toronto Massage Therapy, Personal Training & Alternative Medicine is located at 80 Bloor St. W. Suite 200, Toronto, Ontario, M5S2V1.
We are open Tuesday: 12:00 – 20:00, Wednesday: 15:00 – 20:00, Thursday: 12:00 – 20:00.
For additional questions, you can call us at (647) 955-6336.