Therapy- If there is a problem area that is causing discomfort and pain then the required treatment is for work to be applied in the "Good Ache" range limit. This is where the pain being caused to be below a certain threshold allowing for the body to relax and for the clients breathing to slow and deepen.
As where going too far with the pressure can cause people to hold their breath and their muscles to involuntarily tighten up in response to the pain.
If you're looking for a treatment to help ease the
often do I need to return ?
reason is that there are two routes on how often to return. And the
determining factor is whether you want to
Since a massage can only get out so much at a time a person can (A) maintain the balance by coming back when the tightness and pain have built back up again. This may not release all of the tightness in the problem area but it will release enough to stop some if not all of the pain.
But if a person is finding themselves in struggling with daily pain this is when it is recommended to (B) get another treatment before the pain builds back up again.It's with this approach that it is found that we can make some headway with the muscular release.
Then when you've reached a place that you feel comfortable with you can begin spacing out the treatments further and further apart to find out how often you should come in for a treatment.
And as long as the soreness dissipates during that next day everything is good. But if the soreness lasts longer than just a day then the treatment was a little too much.
This is when you notice adverse effects during your treatment. This can be dizziness, nausea, and sweating in the beginning. If you override these warnings it could go further with extreme effects like vomiting or even passing out.
Water is recommended at the moment if the person is willing as they may be dehydrated. We ask that the client stay in the chair as their equilibrium may be off for a few minutes afterwards. After a few minutes (4 - 10) the person will begin to feel better.
We recommend for them to drink a detox tea, to take a hot bath with epsom salt and baking soda, drink plenty of water, and to rest to bring the body back to center.
And upon return we advise to get treatments with a lighter pressure for a time or two before returning to the pressure they like the most.