Updated: Jan 8
Do you have pain in the front of shoulder? Back of Shoulder? When Lifting ? During your Golf Swing or Swimming? Is your shoulder pain preventing you from a goods nights rest? Do you have frozen shoulder? Are You Recovering From OR Preparing for Surgery? No matter what causes the stiffness or soreness, shoulder massage is an effective way of decrease pain while increasing your range of motion.
Sometimes the actual problem is not really in your shoulder even though you think it is. Sometimes it's in another area of the body and the pain is referring to the hip. This is why having a skilled massage therapist knowledgeable in referral pain is important.
THE 21 MUSCLES THAT CAUSE SHOULDER PAIN:
See the referral pain below:
SORE AFTER A MASSAGE? HERE’S WHY
Right after your massage therapy, you will likely feel more relaxed and rested than when you came in. The day after your therapy, you may feel a bit sore. This is actually a normal occurrence for many types of this therapy. During a Therapeutic Massage I utilize cross-fiber friction, trigger point therapy, and myofascial release to "work out " the knots in your muscles. Massage it comparable to a strenuous workout, after which your muscles may be sore. Another factor that can cause soreness after this therapy is dehydration. If your muscles are not hydrated enough to be pliable, they will be sore the next day. That's why we recommended being hydrated for your appointment & to drink half your weight in ounces of water after your session.