Massage Therapy in Fort Lauderdale Florida
Our therapists serve Fort Lauderdale, Florida by specializing in all types of massage therapy: including corporate massage, deep tissue, therapeutic Swedish massage, Chiropractic services and much more. We also have an affiliate location in Gainesville, FL so please visit Absolute Health Chiropractic when you need a chiropractor near me in Gainesville, FL.
Contact us for the best in deep tissue massage therapy & chiropractic service in Fort Lauderdale, Florida. Let one of our experienced massage therapists soothe your stress away and feel better now. Massage is a great way to relieve muscle tension, every day stress and can improve mood, promote circulation and overall health. Athletes use sports massage therapy to cope with the rigors of strenuous physical training but virtually everyone can improve their fitness level by incorporating regular massage into daily life.
Types of Massage Therapy: A Few Examples
In Swedish massage, the therapist uses long strokes, kneading, deep circular movements, vibration, and tapping. Sports massage is similar to Swedish massage, adapted specifically to the needs of athletes. Among the many other examples are deep tissue massage and trigger point massage, which focuses on myofascial trigger points muscle knots that are painful when pressed and can cause symptoms elsewhere in the body.
Accident Injury Rehabilitation
We treat motor vehicle accident injuries. Accident injury can be painful and injury rehab can be a long process, don’t let your injury get worse, contact us for more information about treating your motor vehicle accident injury. After you have been injured in a car accident, you should seek help from a personal injury attorney in Florida to help you recover your medical bills. You may also need a reputable Gainesville, Florida attorney to defend you in court.
History of Massage
Massage therapy dates back thousands of years. References to massage appear in writings from ancient China, Japan, India, Arabic nations, Egypt, Greece (Hippocrates defined medicine as the art of rubbing), and Rome.
Massage became widely used in Europe during the Renaissance. In the 1850s, two American physicians who had studied in Sweden introduced massage therapy in the United States, where it became popular and was promoted for a variety of health purposes. With scientific and technological advances in medical treatment during the 1930s and 1940s, massage fell out of favor in the United States. Interest in massage revived in the 1970s, especially among athletes.