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Massage Methods

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Massage is the word discovered from the French massage means friction of kneading or also may be from Arabic Massa which means to touch, feel or handle or may be from Latin massa meaning mass, dough. Regardless to this it would have arrives from Greek word anatripsis and may be Latin frictio. Massages mean the practice of soft tissue manipulation with physical, functional and also in some cases psychological purposes and goals.
Massages also involves with acting on and manipulating the body with pressure under structured, unstructured, stationary or moving or tension, motion or vibration. This will be done manually or with mechanical aids. During massaging the targeted tissue may include muscles, tendons, skin, ligaments, connective tissues or joints as well as lymphatic vessels or the organs of gastrointestinal system. The massages are done by hands, fingers, forearms, elbows and feet. And there are more than 80 different recognized massage modalities. At most the cited reason to introduce massage as therapy is as of client demand and apparent clinical effectiveness.
In professional message settings, the clients are always being treated while they are lying on a massage table or while sitting in a massage chair or lying on a mat on the floor. The massage is done when the clients may be fully or partially unclothed. And may be the parts of the body are covered by towels or sheets.
Stroking, kneading and rubbing are the basic massage techniques that fuel the physical and emotional healing. This is done by physical therapy on the parts of the body. And by motivating the lymphatic system.
Massages are usually performed by a massage therapist or by the health care professionals such as osteopaths, chiropractors, athletic trainers and/or by the physical therapists. Massage therapists usually work in a variety of medical and recreational settings and may also travel to private residences or businesses. In contraindications to massage include the deep vein thrombosis, bleeding disorders or taking blood thinners such as Warfarin, weakened bones from cancer, damaged blood vessels, osteoporosis or fractures and fever...
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