Nowadays, most people in a professional environment are familiar with some kind of uncomfortable pain or stiffness in the muscles. Office work often involves staring at a computerscreen for multiple hours a day. Due to repetitive tasks and being stationary behind a desk muscle pain or muscle stiffness often develops gradually. Add sitting in your car during rush hour in Bangkok (especially at our Asoke intersection) and your muscles will eventually become stiff and hard to move.
There are many methods to relax your muscles. Sometimes people use over-the-counter medicine to relieve themselves from aching pains. Others use a muscular injection. And in certain cases, when signs of pain are not addressed accordingly and in a timely manner, people do need surgery as well. But, there is one more method that many people often overlook. A method that can relieve pain and prevent common ailments in the long run. The massage.
Muscle relaxation through massage is a safe and natural way to treat and prevent muscle pain. Instead of taking chemicals we are using our own bodies to treat the pain. A massage will stimulate the flow of blood and release the build-up tension in muscles, which makes them feel hard and stiff. A massage will aid softening the muscles back to their original condition. You’ll feel more relaxed. A massage is safe. People who get treated with a massage regularly express to be more happy and comfortable at work due the absence of chronic pain.
Massages are available in many ways and many styles. Therefore, you will need to find a clinic that is effective and has the experts in-house who can treat your specific symptoms. Because some treatments are not right with the massage style, it is possible that your pain goes untreated. Some therapists may only massage the outside of your muscles, missing out on the deep muscle tissue. If your symptoms are diagnosed and treated correctly, your pain will quickly disappear. Here at Pain Away Clinic, we have experienced therapists who can diagnose and analyze your symptoms and develop a personal treatment plan accordingly.