Orthopedic Massage. Theory and Technique by Whitney Lowe

By Whitney Lowe

Many practitioners use massage to regard tender tissue ache and accidents. available and hugely readable, this targeted reference offers a wealth of knowledge at the use of therapeutic massage remedy to regard soreness and harm stipulations. a great help for simple education and medical perform, it deals specific technical info, various illustrations, and trustworthy reference fabric at the subject.

  • Provides a complete method of remedy of universal smooth tissue ache and injury
  • Explains universal orthopedic difficulties intimately, addressing biomechanics, kinesiology, and anatomy
  • Provides an in-depth dialogue of the physiologic motive for tender tissue remedies and explains these optimal for every condition
  • Integrates remedy techniques from around the box and offers special, easy-to-follow steps for his or her application
  • Compares conventional remedies with gentle tissue manipulation for every challenge discussed
  • Clearly hyperlinks anatomy, body structure, and biomechanics with scientific practice
  • Designed for fast and straightforward reference with greater than two hundred top of the range illustrations and diverse pictures of therapy techniques

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In this technique the idea is to grasp the muscle tissue and gently squeeze it (Fig. 5). This process will help reduce neuromuscular tension and is also designed to encourage circulation in the tissue by a ‘milking’ effect. 5 Petrissage is like a kneading movement that grasps and squeezes the muscle being treated. mulations of metabolic byproducts and reducing ischemia in the tissues (Tappan & Benjamin 1998). Due to the shape of certain body parts that are being treated, petrissage may be more or less effective.

What one person calls trigger point therapy is what someone else calls acupressure or shiatsu. In describing these techniques, I have attempted to use simple names whenever possible to avoid confusion. If there is a particular technique that has a commonly used name, like deep transverse friction, I have used that name in the description. EFFLEURAGE (GLIDING) One of the most common methods of massage involves gliding strokes, commonly referred to with their Swedish system name of effleurage. In most therapeutic applications this will be the first stroke performed.

Cold intolerance or cold allergy: some individuals are not able to tolerate cryotherapy, and may begin to have allergic reactions that are visible on the skin. They may break out in hives or rashes immediately or within a few minutes of a cold application being placed on them. In many cases, an individual will not know that s/he has a cold allergy. That is why it is very important to monitor the client when the cold application is first applied. Raynaud’s disease: this is a condition involving arterial spasm that affects females between the ages of 18 and 30 most often.

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