Tips you want to know
Deep tissue massage therapy actually targets deeper muscles by altering the techniques of normal massage. The therapist may use slow and more targeted strokes which work against the natural growth of the muscle to give you some relief.
After discussion and agreement from you your therapist can use a large amount of force during your massage to help reach any deeper and more affected parts of your muscles.
Deep tissue massage therapy is not suggested for some people who have:
1. Contagious skin disease or even rash or may be open wounds Instantaneously after surgery.
2. Deep tissue massage therapy should not be carried out straight over bruises, unhealed wounds, tumours, abdominal hernia, inflamed skin, or regions of recent fractures.
3. Instantly after chemotherapy or radiation but if your doctor does not advice then keep away from it.
4. Also, for those who have osteoporosis should get advice from their doctors before getting a massage.
5. Those who are prone to blood clots should not undertake this therapy.
6. Pregnant women should avoid deep tissue massage therapy.
7. Always avoid heavy meals before the deep tissue massage therapy.