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Pain is troubling and complicated.Below you will find concise information of the different pains that you may experience There are many treatments for pain relief ranging from medication, massage therapies, mind-body techniques, or acupuncture.

For pain healing a great option is to try aromatherapy meridians massage for an extraordinary and absolutely amazing experience. I have many clients make appointments before or after a long journey, after a challenging day at work and often to reduce various sport related pain. After a massage, pain naturally decreases and your sessions will become more relaxed, exciting and productive.

To further relieve tension and lingering twinges, a favoured approach is to combine pain relief or sports massage with a package of sensual, erotic or tantric massage. This is very enjoyable and relaxing.

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Sports Massage is a form of Massage therapy with a sports specific focus.  It is not just for professional athletes but actually for anyone who regularly plays a sport or keeps fit at gym for example using specific muscles frequently. This can also help people involved in long days in front of the computer or even for more physical endeavors. Sports Massage is one aspect of Sports Medicine with the aim towards recovery while improving performance & preventing future injuries.  Whenever we play specific sports we tend to repeat the same movements time and time again using the same muscles. This can lead to fatigue, tightening of the muscles, changes in strength and  patterns of compensation developing. These changes can impact an athlete’s performance preventing the athlete from reaching peak performance. Sports Massage’s goal is clearly to help an athlete perform as near to their peak as possible.

 

To make the most of a Sports Massage, follow these basic guidelines: 

Find a Massage Therapist who is familiar with sports massage.  It is the 'golden rule' for an athlete as you will be doing everything within your power to reach your personal best. After a few visits the therapist will become  familiar with your body. This will help you get the most out of your on-going care from your Sports Massage treatments and the therapist can alert you to any changes they may find.

 

Post-event sports massage is a type of massage which is used within 12 hours after the Sports event.  The focus here is on helping the athlete to recover from their competition.  Unlike Swedish or Deep Tissue Massage therapy, Sports Massage focuses specifically on the muscles which worked the hardest most recently.  

Sports Massage Therapy does not usually focus on an athlete who is injured and already on the road to recovery.  In this case, the athlete will need other types of massage, either Medical massage (aka Orthopedic Massage), Deep Tissue Massage or in some cases Swedish Massage. Sports Massage can be optimized using natural Aromatherapy oils and treatment to provide a balance and relaxing but targeted recovery plan.

Sciatica is a symptom of compressed nerve lines along the sciatic nerve which runs from the waist to the hips along the posterior and lateral sides of the legs and the toes and is characterized by pain and possible paralysis.

 

Sciatica is not a single disease, but a common symptom that can be caused by many different issues, and sciatica caused by different problems is not the same. For patients of different ages, the cause may be different. For example, sports trauma in young people can cause a herniated disc which  compress the nerve, the pelvic anterior muscle of a pregnant woman can also compress the sciatic nerve, or gynecological disease can compress the sacrum or spine.      Before treatment, the cause must be clearly diagnosed, and if necessary, refer to Western medicine for x-ray or magnetic resonance examination.

 

Brief introduction of physiological anatomy of sciatic nerve

 

The sciatic nerve is the largest and longest nerve line in the human body.  It originates from the nerve roots of the waist 4,5 to the sacrum 1,2,3. The function is to bi-directionally transfer neural network messages: including hot and cold, touch and pain, as well as the muscle contraction commands from the brain to the lower limbs.

 

Sciatica symptoms

 

The pain on the back of the thigh is obvious and the pain can extend to the foot.  Other symptoms can be abnormal skin sensations in the lower extremities such as, abnormal hot and cold sensations, lower limb muscle weakness, muscle atrophy and possible paralysis.   Knee or foot fracture reflexes weaken or disappear in a condition referred to as ‘drop foot’.

 

Causes of sciatica

 

Compression along the sciatic nerve can produce sciatica. The following are common causes of compression. The symptoms of sciatica can be shared, but the root causes are different:

 

- Intervertebral disc herniation (intervertebral disc herniation or herniation)-intervertebral disc herniation, compressing the sciatic nerve poster laterally.

- Spinal Stenosis: the vertebral foramen space is narrowed and pressed close to the spinal cord.

- Lumbar facet joint degeneration / twist disorder (Lumbar Facet Joint): narrows the intervertebral foramen and oppresses the sciatic nerve root.

- Hypertrophy of the yellow ligament (hypertrophy of the yellow ligament).

- Spondylolisthesis (spondylolisthesis).

- Piriformis syndrome (Piriformis syndrome).

- Iliac sacral joint entropy (Sa joint dysfunction.)

- Gynecological disorders, such as severe uterine recline.

 

- Disc bulging, protruding, prolapsed and swimming.

 

Bulging, protruding, prolapse, and free are different degrees of intervertebral disc fractures.  The bulging type is a fibrous ring variant, but the structure is elongated and damaged; the protruding type is a fibrous ring variant, the structure of the fibrous ring inner ring has been damaged, and the nucleus pulpous has Invaded into the annulus fibrosis; the inner and outer annulus structures of the prolapsed annulus fibrous have been damaged, and the spherical nucleus protruded out of the annulus fibrosis, but not in a free state; in a non-free state.    In general, if there is no nerve line compression, patients can perform McKenzie exercises under the guidance of medical staff. Patients should also avoid lifting heavy objects.

 

Spondylolisthesis

 

The spinal canal is a continuous pipeline structure through the spinal cord. If the pedicle fractures, the intervertebral disc degenerates or the intervertebral instability, it can cause the vertebral body to move forward to different degrees, compress the spinal cord, and cause paralysis of the lower extremity nerve compression.

 

Piriformis syndrome

 

The piriformis muscle is responsible for controlling the lateral and internal rotation of the leg joints during walking. The physiological structure of too many people is that the sciatic nerve will pass through the piriformis muscle, so when the muscle is overworked and trampled, it will first produce lateral local pain, the pain will increase after walking, or may have the opportunity to compress the sciatic nerve, causing nerve line inflammation, resulting in sciatica .

 

Iliac sacral joint disturbance

 

Sacroiliac Joint (Sacroiliac Joint) is formed by the connection of the iliac bone and the sacrum in the pelvis. The concave joints of the articular surface are combined. The ligaments and the connected muscles provide stability for the iliac-sacral joint. Left and right long and short feet, imbalanced muscle strength, falls and injuries can all cause iliac-sacral joint disorders, and later affect the normal physiological actions of the lumbar spine, or produce iliac-sacral joint pain, sciatica or lower limb pain.

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.

Computers have made it to most everyone’s desks at work and at home.  Add to that, tablets and smartphones and we find ourselves peering at a screen all day long.  In most cases our heads are tilted down which causes strain on the neck and shoulder muscles.  This leads to stiffness and pain. 

 

The human head weighs about 10-12 pounds, and the head tilts forward about 15 degrees.  At that angle, the weight of the head supported by the cervical bone increases to 27 pounds.  When you are looking down with your head tilted forward at about 60 degrees the stress on the cervical bone increases to around 60 pounds.   This potentially can lead to cervical spondylosis.

 

There are a total of 7 cervical vertebrae in the human body, and 8 pairs of cervical nerves pass through the intervertebral foramen between the two cervical vertebrae; the spinal cord passes through the foramen to the thoracic and lumbar vertebrae; there is a vertebral artery on the left and right of the cervical vertebrae to supply blood to the brain. Once the soft tissues of the neck (such as intervertebral discs and ligaments) degenerate, the spine is squeezed, and nerves and blood vessels are compressed, which can cause discomfort, known as cervical spondylosis.   

Massage is effective in treating symptoms of cervical spondylosis because it can balance and relax the muscles that support the cervical spine and is helpfulfor patients with spondylitis who commonly have muscle spasm and loss of flexibility.   However, Massage should not be administered to anyone who is experiencing acute inflammation resulting from spondylosis.  It is best to consult your physician, before seeking massage, to make sure it will be beneficial.  

There are several types of cervical spondylosis:

 

Cervical Spondylosis

Cervical Spondylosis is the mildest condition. Patients will have headaches, pain in the posterior occipital region and stiff neck muscles. They can usually be relieved by rest and massage 

 

Nerve root type

Cervical nerve root compression can cause headache, neck and shoulder pain, neck stiffness, and even restricted movement. Sometimes the pain starts from one or both shoulders and gradually spreads to the arms and fingers. In addition, some patients may also have symptoms of finger numbness, cold upper limbs, and weakness.

 

Spinal cord

Depending on the degree and location of spinal cord compression, patients may experience numbness, soreness and weakness in the upper or lower limbs, and may even experience mild paralysis (eg, unstable walking and movement disorders).

 

Vertebral artery type

When the patient's vertebral artery is compressed, the brain's insufficient blood supply will feel dizzy, nausea and vomiting, and even faint suddenly; in addition, there will be tinnitus and blurred vision.

 

Sympathetic

This symptom may cause symptoms such as back occipital pain, dizziness, dizziness, chest tightness, cold limbs, or fever of the hands, feet, and heart due to sympathetic nerve stimulation.

Lumbar (lower back) muscle strains are the most common causes of lower back pain. Muscle sprains are common in the lower back, because it supports the weight of the upper body that is involved in lifting, moving, twisting and bending.  Lumbar muscle strain is caused when muscle fibers are abnormally stretched or torn resulting from a sudden injury or from gradual overuse. Pain from lumbar sprains can be debilitating. 

Lumbar muscle strain, also known as functional low back pain, chronic lower back injury or lumbar buttock fasciitis, is actually a chronic traumatic lesion of the lumbar muscle and its attachment point, which is one of the common causes of low back pain.    Symptoms are lumbar or lumbosacral pain or reoccurring soreness and can be aggravated by climate change or physical fatigue.     There are many causal factors.

 

Doctors may recommend physical therapy.   The therapist will perform an in-depth evaluation, which, combined with the doctor’s diagnosis, dictates a treatment specifically designed for patients with low back pain.  Therapy may include pelvic traction, gentle massage, ice and heat therapy, ultrasound, electrical muscle stimulation and stretching exercises. A physical therapist will also recommend exercises to do regularly at home in the long-term.   Alternative holistic options to relieve low back pain include acupuncture, chiropractic care, massage and yoga.