How Athletes Use Massage to Recover

  For many years now, massage has been an important part of the toolkit athletes rely on to recover faster and perform better. Massage can do this by: Reducing muscular tension Reducing immediate muscle soreness Helping to prevent delayed onset muscle soreness Helping to prevent injury Promoting a state of relaxation Relieving increased muscle tone

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Dakota Rager shares warm up & recovery tips

Games Athlete, Dakota Rager (#22 fittest on the planet 2017) – uses the Myobuddy Massager Pro daily to warm up before every workout and recover after very WOD. Here’s why: Injury prevention Avoiding injury is one of the most important things for any crossfitter or athlete. No one wants to be sidelined for months with

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Overcoming Chronic Pain with Four Easy Steps to Starting an Exercise Routine    

Walking as a way to relieve chronic pain

Chronic pain is pervasive in our country with most Americans likely to experience chronic pain at some point in their life. Chronic pain spans ages, demographics, and all parts of the body. Experiences of pain include migraines, back pain, neck pain, fibromyalgia, and so much more. I’ve seen how chronic pain takes its toll on my patient

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Massage therapy for Multiple Sclerosis (MS)

massage therapy for multiple sclerosis, ms, Parkinson's disease, cerebral palsy, autism and more

If you have Multiple Sclerosis (MS), you may find the benefits of massage therapy to be very interesting. Here are just a few of massage therapy benefits you can find on a quick internet search: Increase circulation, reduce stiffness, decrease fatigue, improve mobility, pain relief, relax tense muscles, increase lymphatic flow, improve muscle function, &

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