Sports Therapy is used to address general muscle stiffness/tightness that might occur as a result of an activity or hard training. It can also be used to prevent injury by identifying and treating tight areas before they cause a decline in function. A regular sports massage can be beneficial for anyone. There are three types of sports massages: pre-event massage, post-event massage, and maintenance massage.
Pre-Event Sports Therapy
Pre-Event Sports Massage is usually administered just before an athlete competes to assist prevent significant sporting injury. It aids in the warming up, stretching, and flexibility of muscles for optimal athletic performance. A pre-event massage will increase the flow of blood and nutrients to the muscles, relieve muscle tension, release muscles, and give you a mental boost.
Post-Event Sports Therapy
Post-Event Sports Massage aids in the reduction of swelling produced by microtraumas, the loosening of fatigued, stiff muscles, the maintenance of flexibility, the promotion of blood flow to the muscles to remove lactic acid and waste buildup. A post-event massage is normally provided 1-2 hours after a competition to allow dilated blood vessels to recover to their normal state, and it is usually mild and gentle to avoid damaging already agitated muscles. Furthermore, it aids an athlete’s recovery period.
|Sports Therapy||60 min||$110.00||Sports Therapy||90 min||$165.00|