What is Clinical Massage?

Clinical massage is not a single technique but a style of massage which incorporates a large scope of modalities such as myofascial release, acupressure, lymphatic drainage, Swedish massage, trigger point therapy and sport/deep tissue techniques with hot stones, stretches and structural integration. The ultimate focus of this type of massage therapy is the functional outcome: The success of the massage session is mainly measured in terms of symptom relief, whether it relates to e.g. pain relief or improvement in posture.

Remember to let your GP know about any complementary therapies you are using

Why Choose Clinical Massage?

Clinical massage is very effective in relieving pain in the body caused by injury, chronic postural problems or other chronic body aches and pain. Advanced clinical massage primarily addresses chronic pain problems, for example arthritis, bad back, bad neck, RSI, fibromyalgia, herniated disk, IBS, tendinitis and tendonosis.

Chronic pain is one of the biggest problems in our society: 30-40% of UK and US population suffers from chronic pain. Advanced clinical massage therapists deal with people who have been living with pain for years and may have seen an osteopath or physiotherapist in the past with no improvement in their pain levels.

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Benefits of Clinical Massage

Medical massage can help patients to relief pain, recover from sports injuries, rehabilitate from orthopaedic surgery, stimulate the immune system and reduce stress. For more information on how this treatment form differs from other therapies, please read the Massage Today article ‘Understanding the difference between clinical and spa massage‘.

Book Clinical Massage in Brighton

You can book a clinical massage appointment at Brighton Wellbeing online by or by calling 01273 92 17 92. You can also email info@thebrightonwellbeingclinic.co.uk to book.