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If you work long hours in home or office and front of the computer or suffer from jet-lag and sports muscle pain, then a relaxing massage and sleep are great solutions. 60 minutes is a great start, however, if you have various sports-related pain. Stiff Neck, Shoulders, Back Pain (such as peri arthritis of the shoulder, Cervical, Sciatica, or Various neuralgias). I suggest you schedule 90 minutes or 120 minutes for a fantastic experience.
Most patients begin to seek help between the ages of 45 and 60. At first, they will feel pain in the shoulder and upper arm. Over time the pain increases and will intensify significantly during exercise or over use. The pain may increase at night and disrupt sleep. Early treatment recommendation is proper massage and but also to dredge meridians and reconnect qi in order to effectively relieve periarthritis.
Shoulder periarthritis is divided into three stages: pain period (generally maintained for 1-3 months), stiff period (generally maintained for about 6 months), recovery period (due to physical malnutrition, there is a chance of recurrence after the pain is cured), Therefore, during the treatment of periarthritis of the shoulder, if you get better, you should also do proper stretching exercises and maintain an appropriate amount of treatment through massage.
Chronic strain of frozen shoulder
The disease occurs mostly in middle-aged people or above, from repetitive long-term physical labor. The cause is due to an adhesion of the joint capsule and surrounding tissues. This leads to the thickening and contraction of the joint capsule around the humeral head and the infiltration and fibrosis of inflammatory cells. There is a slight inflammation around the shoulders.
So how to relieve periarthritis? Is there a good treatment for periarthritis? The most common practice is to minimize long-term physical labor as much as possible and strengthen the muscles of the shoulder. Drug treatment plus physiotherapy, including taking some anti-inflammatory and analgesic drug and using local pain closure, etc. for periarthritis treatment therapy. However, these therapies require a long-term, consistent regimen and it is difficult to completely remove the root cause.
In addition to the above treatments, my deep massage to relax the muscle fascia, to soothe the inflammation of the affected area and clear the meridians, can bring different effective results.