Treatment Massage

The Injury and Pain Relief Clinic

Whether you are recovering from surgery, or from an acute injury... the goals are similar. You will be dealing with:

  • Inflammation
  • Formation of adhesions (i.e. sticky bonds in and between tissues)
  • Reduced range of motion
  • Scar Tissue formation
  • Pain

Typically, most people end up taking pain-killers, muscle relaxers, and greatly reducing activity overall... especially in the injured part. The body is designed to move. Moving the body creates a pumping action, which increases circulation of both blood and elimination of waste products.  Movement also helps to prevent tissue atrophy and prevents the development of adhesions (i.e. sticky bonds). This normal healing process that the body uses can be enhanced by massage.

Massage for injury healing and surgery rehabilitation is focused on:

  • Reducing inflammation
  • Preventing adhesions from forming
  • Regaining or preventing loss of normal range of motion
  • Remolding scar tissue as it forms to prevent future restrictions
  • Reducing pain by keeping tissue soft and mobile.

There is no reason to let your healing process drag on. Treatment massage will help you heal more quickly and get you back to doing the things in life you enjoy. And since doing the things you enjoy is what life is all about, why would you want to delay? Accelerate your healing by picking up the phone and calling (206) 234-9929 to make an appointment.

All material copyright 1999 - 2017
by Mark Pearlscott and Treatment Massage.

Treatment Massage - The Injury and Pain Relief Clinic
4500 9th Avenue NE, Suite 300
Seattle, WA 98105
All material copyright 1999 - 2017
by Mark Pearlscott and Treatment Massage.

Treatment Massage - The Injury and Pain Relief Clinic
4500 9th Avenue NE, Suite 300
Seattle, WA 98105