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Massage And Chronic Pain: A Helpful Modaility For a Debilitating Condition

Massage Therapy for pain relief has been practiced since time immemorial, as cultures of the ancient world discovered the power of massage, and the effect it had on bodily pain. Before even herbal remedies and later invention of pain-blocking drugs, people sought pain relief massagetherapy. Chronic pain is debilitating; feeling intense pain all day is particularly difficult, but the tiredness and lethargy that sets in is even worse, often caused by the stress chronic pain has on the body and mind.

Underlying conditions may range from fibromyalgia to dermatomyositis, or even simply overuse and lack of rest. The list is quite extensive, and if you're suffering from chronic pain, many causes are possible, but massage for pain management is usually quite helpful.

Some people place stress on specific muscles, ligament, and joints while working, playing sports, sleeping, or even using the computer or watching TV, that eventually cause chronic inflammation, and then finally chronic pain. Regardless of the cause, the effect is the same: Chronic pain destroys a person's quality of life and ability to enjoy each day.

Massage For Chronic Pain has been shown to be beneficial in clinical studies. (Click here to link to studies about Massage Therapy and Chronic Pain on our Massage Studies page) But the results should not be surprising; most of us will ask our spouse or family member for a massage when back muscles are feeling particularly tight and painful. Most of us do not need studies to know that massage for pain relief is a viable option, and works to help ease acute pain. Massage Therapy for Pain Relief is also effective for chronic pain, as well as acute pain and soreness.

If you, or someone you love, is suffering from debilitating chronic pain, consider massage for pain management. Therapeutic Massage, performed on-site at your own home, is a good choice because you don't have to travel. Massage therapy for pain management usually works both in the short term, as well as the long term. Short term relief is usually experienced by clients, and over time, a general improvement is also noted.

Massage and Chronic Pain studies show that it works, but why do so few people consider massage therapy, other than when seeking relaxation? Possibly it's just our cultural attitudes toward massage therapy in general, as well as our post-modern Western medical models, which usually deal with pain through drugs or surgeries. While drugs and surgeries may help, many doctors are suggesting Massage Therapy for pain relief, even as an adjunct to prescription drugs.

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As Massage Therapists, our role as part of your health care team is clear.
We are not Doctors or Nurses, and cannot replace their vital services.
But the number of conditions that Massage Therapy has been proven to help with
grows by the week, as new research is conducted worldwide about the far-ranging effects
of Therapeutic Massage.

The Massage Benefits Section of this web site is dedicated to learning, and sharing,
information about evidence-based Therapeutic Massage and health. As Massage Therapists, we
feel it is essential for our clients to be educated about Massage Therapy, and
the state of current research. This site is owned and operated by H. Miller, and is a non-moderated platform.

Our mission, with regard to the Massage Benefits section of NJMassage.Info,
is to inform our clients, and worldwide web users browsing our site,
about Massage Therapy, with regard to various topics including
quackery, current research studies, as well as conditions that Massage
Therapy shows promise with, as supported by medical and university research.

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