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Bio Mechanical Stimulation Massage Therapy

Bio-mechanical stimulation massage is the use of vibrating devices and other rubbing objects to treat the troublesome areas. This sort of therapeutic massage can be combined with traditional chiropractic, physical therapy, and osteopathic methods for targeting specific areas of trouble. The Bio-Mechanical Stimulation method is also called the Bio-Acupressure method. Bio-Mechanical Stimulation is a massage therapy that uses controlled pressure to alleviate discomfort or symptoms.

When I was a young child my mom used Bio-Mechanical Stimulation massage therapy on my shoulders and back during the long and painful weeks of school. It was great comfort to have during times I couldn't move as much. Now as an adult, I've spread the knowledge to my colleagues and friends. Family, friends, clients, and spa clients all have enjoyed my Bio-Mechanical Stimulation Massage sessions. Amazingly, it's not limited to treatment of the back and shoulders.

I utilize Bio-Mechanical Stimulation as part of my holistic therapy program. This massage therapy method is taught at my clinic to patients suffering from pain or other conditions. I employ bio-mechanical stimulation on both adults and children in my wellness clinics, as also in my chiropractic offices. I encourage you learn more about the numerous benefits of this method of treatment that is natural. This article will provide you with how this type of massage therapy is performed and how it is used.

Mechanical stimulation is pressure applied to a specific point to alleviate chronic pain. Mechanical stimulation is often administered for a specific medical condition. It is used to treat whiplash, trauma, and other conditions. Bio-Mechanical treatments were developed to relieve pain and restore mobility for patients suffering from conditions like stroke, MS (MS), stroke, cerebral palsy, Parkinson's disease, and stroke.

A few weeks ago I was able to help a client who had suffered a head injury that was traumatic. The car accident that caused the brain injury that was traumatic resulted in this client. This person suffered severe neck pain the neck, upper back and upper back over the next six months. Also, she felt muscle spasms as well as weakness in her arms, numbness in her legs, and even difficulties talking. Through massage therapy and other Bio-Mechanical treatments, she was able to manage the spasms and pains, regain some motion, increase the strength of her muscles, improve sensory integration (touch and hearing) and also improve her memory and concentration.

A woman with multiple sclerosis was another client who received bio-mechanical stimulation. She was suffering from such severe pain that she was unable to move. She was in and out of the hospital several times a week due to the excruciating pain that her body was experiencing. Her doctors prescribed anti-inflammatory medication and prescription drugs over the past year. However the pain she was experiencing was a constant issue. She was able to reduce the pain and restore mobility by using massage, manual therapy, bio-mechanical stimulation, and even remove one of her tires.

This lady didn't reduce her treatments until she experienced the amazing results that she saw from the Bio-Mechanical Stimulation massage. She had a total transformation in her appearance, she appeared healthier and younger and felt like a completely different person. She felt more at ease in her body and was able to achieve things she was unable to do prior to the massage therapy. She now has started an online platform to share her story and inform people about the healing process. Bio-Mechanical Stimulation is an excellent option if you suffer from stiffness or pain in any area of your body.

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