- Massage 9
Physiotherapy and rehabilitation 10
- Pulmonary rehabilitation
- Consultation and therapy session with a manual therapist
- Consultation with a women’s health physiotherapist
- Diastasis therapy package
- Pelvic floor muscle therapy package
- Physiotherapist appointment for children
- Physiotherapist consultation and therapy
- Physiotherapy for pregnant women ￼
- Rehabilitation trainer consultation | Marko Mikael Yrjövuori
- Therapeutic gymnastics
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Therapeutic massage is a type of massage that supports and restores health, during the course of which the massage therapist focuses on the body’s problem areas. The massage therapist and the client work closely together in order to find the most suitable massage type based on individual health condition and needs. Depending on the problem, a combination of massage types will be used: classical massage, lymphatic massage, cup massage, trigger point therapy, etc.
The primary objective of the massage is to improve tissue oxygenation as well as to remove toxins from the body, which in turn accelerates metabolism, restores missing energy reserves, adjusts muscle tone, improves the skin’s elasticity and condition and stimulates blood and lymph circulation. The massage helps nutrient-rich blood reach the treated area and helps reduce muscle pain.
Therapeutic massage is appropriate for anyone who wants to focus on and eliminate a particular tension in the body. We do not recommend therapeutic massage in the following cases:
- Acute heart failure
- Too high or too low blood pressure
- Risk of thrombosis or embolism
- Inflammatory diseases (this brings about exacerbations, e.g. flu, fever)
- Purulent inflammations and wounds
- Phlebitis (inflammation of a vein)
- Tumour, any growth or suspicion of growth (leads to the spread of cancer cells)
- Thyroid diseases
- Affective mental conditions (neurasthenia, acute stress)
- Risk of miscarriage
- Acute trauma (fractures, ruptures, contusions)
- State of intoxication
- Shortly after trauma or surgery
We recommend that you undergo a massage course of 5-10 sessions in order to achieve the optimal result. We recommend that you rest and drink a considerable amount of water or green tea after the massage.
Experienced therapeutic massage therapists will provide the service.