Not feeling quite like yourself and want some individual attention to improve your movement or pain?
We're here to help.
Looking for Remedial Massage in Essendon? A massage at Essendon Physio Group can enhance healing through various hands on techniques and help get you back to the activities that you love.
Massage plays a strong role in supporting your health and wellness and we are proud to offer it as a complimentary therapy to our expert Physiotherapy and Exercise Rehabilitation services.
What is Remedial Massage?
Remedial massage is a hands-on treatment therapy designed to aid musculoskeletal dysfunction through various manual techniques targeting muscles and tendons.
It aims to ease tension and/or tightness through muscles and tendons by targeting specific trigger points in the belly of the muscles or specific areas of the muscle tendons to decrease pain and discomfort and increase joint mobility and function for patients.
With remedial massage, increasing blood flow through the muscles will assist in the healing process of muscular injuries and is commonly used alongside other allied health treatment modalities such as physiotherapy and exercise physiology in an overall successful treatment plan.
Massage treatments are carried out by qualified therapists with a qualification specific to Remedial Massage where they have obtained extensive knowledge of anatomy, physiology and pathology to best treat all presentations of musculoskeletal injuries and discomfort.
Kirsty is committed to helping you alleviate pain, improve movement and promote overall wellness through massage. She works hand in hand with our Physio's and Exercise Experts and her experience in using a range of techniques ensures that whatever your presenting problem, she will be able to help.
In addition to managing injuries and reducing muscle tension, a session with Kirsty can also focus on relaxation - so spoil yourself and book in, you deserve for your body to feel amazing.
Kirsty can help with headaches, migraines, neck pain, shoulder pain, back pain, muscle soreness/stiffness, sporting strains/injuries and relaxation.