OC Pain Relief & Bodywork & TriAthlete Massage Pain Relief for AB Pain.
Why you need an Abdominal Massage?
AB Massage physically releases deep tension and refreshing the blood flow to muscles and organs for adults, children, and infants.
Have you ever felt a “knot in your stomach” ? Many people hold stress in the abdominal region causing chronic tensing of the muscles that impair blood flow and lymphatic drainage into & out of the abdominopelvic cavity, and can hinder deep breathing causing lack of normal motion of internal organs hindering the excursion or movement downward and coordination of the respiratory and pelvic (levator ani) diaphragms. Normally the two diaphragms work in concert, moving together up and down as we breathe to “massage” the internal organs which facilitate normal organ physiology and processes for optimal digestion. When the abdomino-pelvic region is incorrectly aligned, the normal flow of blood and lymph are constricted and can disrupt nerve connection. The circulation of blood to the uterus, ovaries, bladder, and bowel is blocked.
Benefits of AB/Pelvic Massage:
Improved digestion, improved organ function,
Decreased bloating & restored bowel motility
Decreased abdomino-pelvic pain
Release of tight scar tissue
Improved blood flow
Improved total energy,
Improved activation/strength of core muscles
Improved bowel/bladder and sexual function.
Abdominal massage can be used to treat :
Gastrointestinal issues such as constipation, belching, and bloating, stomach pain,
Infertility, endometriosis, dysmenorrhea (painful menstruation), premature ejaculation, erectile dysfunction
Chronic pelvic pain
Post partum issues such as diastasis recti, scar adhesions from surgeries such as cesarean delivery
Colon resection, and hernia repair
Pelvic organ prolapse
Bladder issues such as overactive bladder syndrome or painful bladder syndrome/interstitial cystitis
Failure to thrive, inability to gain weight
Complications from Lyme’s disease
Perpetuate issues in chronic fatigue syndrome
Sometimes the actual problem is not really in your chest 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 7 MUSCLES THAT CAUSE AB 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.