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Massage

Massage

This is a manual treatment technique that uses mechanical stimuli to exert its effect on various tissue structures such as skin, connective tissue and muscles.

The classical massage is indicated for tensions, adhesions, trigger points, spinal syndromes and many other muscular problems. Not only as a therapeutic treatment but also as a wellness application the massage is often used.

  • Myofascial Release

  • Stretching

  • Regeneration training

  • Classical massage

  • Connective Tissue Massage

  • Trigger point massage

  • Sports-specific rehabilitation

  • Cupping Massage

  • Manual Lymph drainage

  • Sportmassage

  • Foot reflexology therapy

Myofascial Release

Myofascial Release is an individual body therapy treatment. Through precise manipulation of deep-seated connective tissue restrictions, an attempt is made to have a balancing effect on the entire organism via the fascia system and to help it achieve new balance and vitality.

The fascial system (fasciae are the connective tissue sheaths of the body) is for us and our doctors if not the most important system for understanding and functioning of the human body. This is where most of the causes of pain and dysfunction are to be found. Accordingly, the majority of our therapies target the fascial system. This is currently also a focus of research.

Stretching

Stretching is the modern term for stretching. With stretching, stretching techniques have been introduced into sports, which on the one hand increase performance in many sports, reduce the risk of injury and promote mobility as well as general wellbeing and, as a result, recovery and regeneration.

Regeneration training

Regeneration plays an important role not only in top sports. The processes by which the body restores the original performance level after physical exertion are very complex. Especially in competitive sports, the right regeneration can help to secure a decisive advantage.

It is particularly important in intensive preparatory phases. Every athlete should know the importance of recovery at the right time and implement measures to promote regeneration.

Classical massage

In classical massage, pressure and pulling stimuli are applied to tissue and muscles with the hands. On the one hand, the touches have a direct physical effect by stretching and relaxing cramped muscles, increasing local blood circulation and stimulating cell metabolism. This also eliminates pain caused by tension.

Connective Tissue Massage

The connective tissue massage is a form of reflex zone massage in which especially the subcutaneous connective tissue is treated.

Trigger point massage

The aim of trigger point therapy is to eliminate so-called “myofascial trigger points”. These are locally limited muscle hardenings in the skeletal muscles, which are locally sensitive to pressure and from which transmitted pain can emanate.

Sports-specific rehabilitation

As an important link between rehab training and the return to team training, sports-specific rehab training is an important part of optimal support for athletes. During the first phases of rehabilitation of an injured athlete, deficits in strength, coordination and stability are addressed in medical training therapy. Afterwards, however, it is important to introduce the athlete to the specific requirements and stresses of the sport.
In the course of this training, all possible movement patterns of the target sport are first worked out step by step without the sports equipment (football, basketball, tennis racket etc.). Forwards, sideways, backwards, multi-directional, sequences of movements, jumps, endurance etc.. These sequences can be re-learned in a general running, jumping or simple coordinative, predetermined sequences. For this purpose, the use of different training aids is recommended, i.e. coordination ladders, hats, poles etc. to make the coordinative training varied and challenging.

The most important stress parameter here is intensity. The intensity is rather low to moderate in the beginning. It is important to get the formerly injured structures (e.g. ligaments, muscles, tendons…) used to dynamic movement sequences again.

Cupping Massage

Cupping has its origin in Traditional Chinese Medicine and is a classical method of cupping. Cupping is a form of therapy that aims to dissolve blockages in order to stimulate the body’s energy flow.

Manual Lymph drainage

Manual lymphatic drainage is the activation of the lymph drainage or the decongestion (drainage) of the tissue through certain therapeutic techniques.

Sportmassage

Sports massage is a special form of massage used in the field of sports to improve performance and prevent injuries.

Foot reflexology therapy

Foot reflexology is a form of treatment that “mirrors” the reflex zones on the foot, organs and muscle groups on the skin surface and in the skin subcutaneous area.