Action Balance Massage provides the appropriate orthopaedic assessments, massage treatments, as well as stretch and movement therapy to suit your needs.
As a Remedial Therapist, Daniel worked at the Soldier Recovery Centre at Enoggera Army barracks for four years, and in the Action Balance Massage home clinic for five years.
Being a 3D Design Draftsman and a 3rd-year apprentice carpenter, he is familiar with the problems caused by prolonged sitting and repetitive activities.
His passion for healthcare and social work has led him to care passionately for the wellbeing of people.
With the use of Remedial Massage techniques, he focuses on causes for your conditions, tailoring your treatment to your needs and helping yourself improve through stretching and movement therapy.
He can help you focus on your goal and improve your condition.
Depending on the muscle tension, a remedial massage can range from medium to deep tissue. Focusing on weak muscles, soft tissue dysfunction that restrict movement and cause tension and pain.
The level of pain during your massage is always checked to make sure you are comfortable.
Remedial Massage techniques vary depending on your condition:
- Neuromuscular technique (NMT) or commonly known as Myofascial Trigger Point
- Myofascial Release (MFR)
- Muscle Energy Techniques (MET)
- Positional Release Techniques (PRT)
Temporomandibular Joint Dysfunction (TMJD)
TMJ is one of the most complex body joints that can cause headaches, local neck, shoulder tension and pain.
A TMJ disorder results from clenching or grinding your teeth under stress, shallow breathing, and poor posture.
Two or three sessions are focused on decreasing stress, improving breathing habits, and releasing tension in the jaw, temple, neck, and upper back.
During intra-oral treatments, disposable Nitrile examination gloves are used.
Massage treatments are tailored to suit and dependent on the condition, such as training, pre-event preparation or post-event recovery.
This massage should reduce the possibility of injury by monitoring your body along the way, changing temporary loads or reducing them when necessary, and addressing soft tissue adhesions, which can lead to muscle tears and tendonitis.
Sports massage provides physical and mental benefits for athletes of every type, from triathletes to surfers to runners to park-runners.
The body can heal itself, and Swedish therapeutic massage promotes this function.
Swedish therapeutic massage has the following benefits:
- Reduces stress, allowing the body's natural systems to run more efficiently.
- It reduces stress and anxiety, which can cause headaches, fatigue, tight muscles, and depression.
- Improves sleep and reduces fatigue.
- Boosts the immune system by increasing circulation.
The Myofascial Cupping technique helps promote self-inflammatory healing in tight muscles and fascia by enhancing blood flow to the area.
Myofascial cupping helps relieve muscle tension, boost circulation, and increase joint mobility.
Action Balance Massage uses sterilised plastic cups with a suction pump to lift the skin, fascia and muscles.
A slow dynamic motion can be used over the muscle, or the cup can be left static for a deeper effect.
During suctions, suction marks can appear, but they should fade in a few days.
Hot and Cold Stone Massage
In hot stone massage, volcanic heated stones are used during the treatment. Heat relieves muscle tension, stiffness, and soreness naturally.
Similarly, cold stone massage or cryotherapy uses stones cooled in ice water and combined with hot stones. This massage reduces swelling and inflammation.
You can treat yourself to a therapeutic massage at your home, without the additional stress of commuting.
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Remedial Massage therapy, is a massage that can be from medium to deep tissue, depending on the muscle tension area. Your comfort is priority so we always check pain levels during the massage. Focusing on soft tissue dysfunction that can restrict movement
The Jaw (Temporomandibular Joint - TMJ), is one of the most complex body joints. Temporomandibular joint dysfunction (TMJD) can be the cause for headaches/local neck/shoulder tension and pain. TMJD can be created from stress jaw clenching/teeth grinding (
- Diploma In Remedial Therapy
- Massage & Myotherapy Australia
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