Massage Therapy

What is Massage?
Massage is a Hands-On treatment that relaxes and gives you joy where the spirit gets uplifted.  If we medically define Massage Therapy: it is a systematic manual manipulation of the soft tissue that promotes wellbeing and health to a body & soul.

PhysioASSIST Massage Therapy™  is an outcome of years of experience where we felt that Physiotherapy alone is not enough to set healing of the musculo-skeletal and some selective Systemic problems of human body. As Massage compliments Orthodox medical treatment, we incorporated PHYSIO-Assisted guidance to go hand-in-hand with Physio-therapeutics.

Benefits of massage?
Massage is well indicated for stress related conditions as it promotes deep relaxation and helps fatigue. The stiffness and discomfort of postural tension after being identified by “Joint Screening” is eased by stretching and warming the muscles as well as deeper fibrous knots and congestion. Increase circulation of oxygenated blood to the muscle promotes healing and the drainage of toxins helps strengthen the immune system. The deeper tissue work is particularly good for those who regularly participate in sporting activities.


Deep Tissue Massage is a massage technique that focuses on the deeper layers of muscle tissue. It aims to release the chronic patterns of tension in the body through slow strokes and deep finger pressure on the contracted areas, either following or going across the fibres of the muscles, tendons and fascia.

Why choose massage?

1. Are you tense around the neck and shoulders?
2. Are you anxious and stressed?
3. Do you need to relax?
4. Do you having tight hamstrings after a jog?
5. Do you have headaches?
6. Taken too many painkillers?
7. Do you have sore & aching muscles?
8. Do you have frequent lower back pain?
9. Do you feeling run down?
10. Are you going to have or had a Marathon Run or run in the school?

The movements of the massage promote blood flow into the muscle tissue which introduces increased levels of oxygen and removes toxins, thus aiding the healing process.


Stress is  Relieved when worked on tired or overworked muscles in the neck and shoulders that manifests into fibrosis in the muscles. As the fibers become knotted, this can give size to headaches, back pain, tingling feelings in muscles & joints and a feeling of general lethargy. A full body massage is most effective and is an enjoyable way to relieve these symptoms.


Neuromuscular Therapy (NMT)
Specialized massage techniques are used to work individual muscles at their points of attachment to the bone.

NMT thus reduce or eliminate pain & trigger points; restore correct posture & increase flexibility.

Orthopaedic Massage Therapy (OMT)
Specialized technique which has an occilitory wave mobilization strokes given to the muscles.

OMT thus helps relieve the pains in Orthopaedic conditions after Physiotherapy.

Myofascial Release (MFR)
This massage is focused on the fascial system, which is a network of connective tissues that holds the body together. A restriction in this system results in the reduction in flexibility, pain and a loss of endurance. Circulation of blood and lymphatic fluid may also be impaired due to fascial restrictions. This therapy involves the application of light traction to the area of pain or restriction.

MFR thus helps improve flexibility, relieves pain, increases endurance & helps the immune system by increasing blood and lymphatic flow.

Sports Massage Therapy (SMT)
Sports massage is used by professional athletes throughout the world to prepare them for upcoming events or aid in recovery after a vigorous workout or competition.

SMT helps to prevent and relieve over-use injuries, speeds recovery time after training and or injury, lengthen the muscles which are shortened due to spasms and frequent training, and thus enhances athletic abilities.

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