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What is Thai massage therapy?

Thai massage therapy is proceeded as a component of an ancient medical therapy plan, so the Thai massage therapy is commonly focused on a particular medical diagnosis. The specific strategies and methodology that are utilized during this type of massage will vary from each patient.  In any case, Thai massage will ordinarily be brought together on the pieces of the body that have been recognized as a space of concern. Rather than focusing the whole body, Thai massage therapy tends to focus on a specific area.


What kinds of conditions can be treated with Thai massage therapy?

Thai massage therapy can be an effective treatment for various conditions. Only a couple of the most widely recognized diseases incorporate carpal passage condition, headaches, sciatica, fibromyalgia, temporomandibular joint disorder (TMJ), plantar fasciitis, neck pain, back pain, stressed muscles, and more.

How is Thai massage beneficial? 

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Helps to decrease inflammation and pain

Deactivates Myofascial trigger points

Helps digestion

Calms and soothes the nervous system

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Improves posture and coordination

Helps in preventing future chronic pain condition

Improves flexibility and range of motion

Releases sore and tense muscles

What techniques are typically used in Thai massage therapy?

With a Thai massage therapy and combination of advance therapeutic treatment  from the traditional Eastern technique, this treatment will help reducing pain from Myofascial pain syndrome, which pressure on sensitive points in the muscles causes pain in seemingly unrelated body parts. It perfectly helps digestion, decrease inflammation and more. 




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Do you have more questions about Thai massage therapy?

If you are suffering from chronic, back, neck or shoulder pain, Thai massage therapy may be right for you. You can contact us with any inquiries and concerns. We're more happy to assist you.

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