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Advanced Medical Therapeutic Massage Clinic, LLC

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Why Now, More Than Ever, You Need a Massage
Benefits of Massage
Massage for Fibromyalgia Pain
This treatment is a blend of gentle Swedish massage techniques, trigger point therapy and essential oils. It takes special care to avoid your fibromyalgia tender points while providing you with much needed pain relief and relaxation.
Fibromyalgia
is an autoimmune disorder of soft tissues. Symptoms include general body pain, in some parts worse than others, brought on by only short periods of exercise. The pain is ubiquitous and continuous. It interrupts sleep patterns so that the fourth stage of sleep is never attained, and thus body cannot rejuvenate and heal. Fibromyalgia may linked to deficiency of minerals, including organic sulfur.
Benefits of Massage for Fibromyalgia:
Massage is an effective, natural treatment for Fibromyalgia symptoms. It is decreased Fibromylgia Pain, decreased stress, improved Sleep, mood elevation, Increased sense of well being, increased mental acuity, immunity boost, aids in body detoxification.
Usually, our clients with FMS have better long term results with managing their Fibromyalgia when incorporating a regular weekly or bi-weekly massage schedule and switching to a diet high in anti-oxidants. Get your Fibromyalgia pain under control;
Please note, there is a 7% NJ tax on all bodywork which will be added to the end of your service.
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After Massage Care and Tips

 
This maybe your first massage and you aren't sure what to expect? Would you like to know a little more about the benefits of your massage and how to get the most out of it?

Drink plenty of water! Because massage increases the flow of blood around your body and will release any toxins, it is essential to increase your intake of water for at least a couple of days after your massage.
Rest - Allow your body to enjoy the benefits of your massage and take it easy for a couple of days especially if it has been a long time since your last massage or if your muscles were very stressed.
Limit alcohol after the massage - it is recommended that you limit the amount of alcohol and caffeine after a massage as these will further dehydrate your body.
Eat a light meal.
Book regular massages - especially if your therapist commented on the tightness/stressed nature of your muscles. Muscle soreness post massage will be reduced the more regular massages are undertaken.
Always feel free to express what you are experiencing before, during, and after your massage sessions so that your massage therapist has the opportunity to fully address your concerns and needs.
"The doctor of the future will give no medicine, but will interest his patients in the care of the human frame, in diet,
and in the cause and prevention of disease"
Thomas Edison
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