You’re used to working hard, exhausting your body, and developing your mental stamina— as well as your physical stamina— year round. Even in the off-season, you don’t quit. You’re used to spending your downtime preparing for the next season, and getting faster, stronger, and better at what you do.Read More
The rotator cuff is made up of 4 different muscles (Supraspinatus, Infraspinatus, Teres Minor, Subscapularis). The tendons of each muscle form a ring or “cuff” around the top of the arm to connect it to the scapula (the shoulder blade).Read More
Massage can be very helpful in treating Bicep Tendinosis as part of a coordinated treatment plan.
Are you experiencing shoulder pain? Maybe you play a sport that involves a lot of throwing or overhead motions, or you play a racket sport, or maybe you are a Crossfitter who loves Olympic Weightlifing. Perhaps sports aren’t your thing but you have a job that involves a lot of repetitive overhead reaching. Teacher writing on a whiteboard, decorator painting ceilings or maybe your job involves stacking tall shelves?Read More
In part 1 I highlighted 3 things to consider when looking for the right massage therapist for you; credentials, experience and initial communication or contact.
You have decided to schedule a session. Their credentials, experience and your initIal contact suggest that they are going to be a good fit for you. Part 2 is all about what happens on the day.Read More