Back pain ohhhh my!!

Posted on May 19th, 2012 by Shari´ Parks

As a massage therapist I see the popularity and credibility of bodywork now a commonplace for those who suffer from back pain.

There is no denying the positive effects massage can have on the body. Most massage therapists use a variety of techniques during a session, such as energy techniques and stretching, along with traditional massage.

The Touch Research Institute at the University of Miami has coordinated more than 100 studies that document the therapeutic effects of massage. One study on massage and back pain found that massage decreased while also improving sleep and range of motion for most joints.

Shari’

Finger Touch Massage, LLC
Http://fingertouchmassage.massagetherapy.com
(240) 593-2530


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