Deep tissue massage is mainly used to treat musculoskeletal disorders, strains and sports injuries. This technique uses sustained pressure and deep strokes from the elbows, forearm, hands and fingers to target inner (deep) layers of muscle and connective tissues.
Ultrasonic therapy uses high-frequency sound waves to treat muscle, joint, tendon and ligament problems. The sound wave causes mechanical vibrations within the tissues generating movement and heat. This can help to break up scar tissue.
Infrared heat lamp uses infrared light which aids cell regeneration. Improved circulation speeds up the healing process while the heat has a relaxing effect of muscle. This coupled with manual therapy allows for the tissues to ease off quickly.
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