Sports Massage and Medical Massage NYC
Body Balancing Massage Therapy
Whether you are looking for relief from an existing problem, or to add massage to your current wellness program, Body Balance Massage Therapy can help. Take a look around our website to see how you can benefit from massage!
This is not your typical full body massage! Your concerns will be fully addressed during your visit. You can request a specific technique or you can let your therapist tailor a treatment to best suit your needs. Our team of talented therapists have dealt with and treated a wide range of conditions and will ensure that you will leave with a sense of relief.
Sports Massage Treatments
Sports massage is very helpful for professional athletes and weekend warriors alike. It is a great way to keep muscles loose, increase flexibility, reduce injuries and improve recovery time. Sports massage can be easily integrated into your training program with treatments based on your schedule. You can discuss your goals and needs with your therapist to determine what might work for you!
**We specialize in sports massage for runners! Marathon runners and endurance athletes often use massage as part of their training. Whether it be your first race or you are a veteran, massage can make a big difference in your training.**
Common sports injuries we see: Iliotibial Band (Itb) Syndrome, Runners Knee, Jumpers Knee, Piriformis Syndrome, Achilles Tendonitis, Plantar Faciitis, Hamstring Pull, Patella Tendonitis and more
Medical Massage Treatments
Medical massage will focus on the issue you are having and try to find the cause of your pain. Whether it be trigger points, muscular imbalances or postural distortions your therapist will not only help alleviate your pain during your session but will give you tips that will help you keep improving even after your visit!
During a medical massage treatment we may use: Deep Tissue Maasage, Trigger Point Massage, Neuromuscular Therapy, PNF Stretching, Myofascial Release, Lymphatic Drainage for swelling and more.
Some common conditions we see: Headaches, TMJ Disorders, Neck/Back Pain, Rotator Cuff / Shoulder Injury, Tennis / Golfers Elbow, Hip Pain, Tendonitis, Sciatica, Knee Pain and more
Making Massage Part of Your Wellness Program
It is easy to make regular massage part of your wellness program. Receiving massage even just once a month can make a difference. Your therapist can speak to you about your goals and recommend a plan for long term preventative care.
***Please note that massage therapy is not a substitute for medical care. It is not intended to diagnose or treat and one should seek out a medical professional for these purposes***