Partial and full body massages
Tensions ease, pain is relieved, your circulation is improved, wastes are expelled – a good feeling spreads throughout your body.
Typical massage techniques are used, such as stroking, rubbing, kneading and concussions on specific points or areas. This affects the skin, subcutis, musculature, connective tissue, nerves and the blood and lymph vessels. The goals of massages are to relieve pain, improve circulation, as well as to expel wastes. The resulting pain relief and improved respiration also positively influence the patient’s psychosomatic state.
Massages are prescribed to aid the effectiveness of warmth treatments, motion therapy, underwater therapy and extension therapy. Depending on the illness, the treatment entails either a full-body or a partial massage.
- Afflictions of the musculature (a hardening or shortening of the muscles)
- Spinal and joint disorders (arthrosis, spondylosis, osteoporosis) and related pain in the supporting musculature
- Fibromyalgic ailments
- To generally increase the sense of well-being