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Massage Therapy Milton

Experiencing a sore lower back? Tight hips?

Or do you have a pesky cramp in your calf that won’t go away?

Valeo Physiotherapy treats acute and chronic injuries using our knowledge of anatomy, physiology, and pathology, combined with Swedish massage, lymphatic drainage, trigger point therapy, myofascial techniques, and low-grade joint mobilization, to help you get back in action.

Massage sessions have a therapeutic effect on the body, will improve your overall health and well-being and it can help enhance circulation, improve posture, release muscle tension and promote the healing process of muscles, soft tissues, tendons, connective tissues, ligaments, and joints.

If you are interested in learning more about how a Registered Massage Therapist can help with your health concerns, you can easily Book an Appointment online to see Stephanie Valley.

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Massage Therapy is a blanket term that includes a wide variety of massage techniques including Swedish massage, deep tissue massage, myofascial release, sports massage, relaxation massage, pregnancy massage, hot stone massage, therapeutic massage, and lymphatic drainage.

Swedish massage is the most common type and consists of long, gliding strokes on the body to increase circulation and relax muscles.

Deep tissue massage is more intense and focuses on areas of pain or tension.

Myofascial release is used to treat chronic pain and restrictions in the human body.

Sports massage is used to help athletes prepare for and recover from exercise or competition.

Lymphatic drainage is a gentle technique used to increase the flow of lymph fluid through the body and promote healing.

At Valeo Physiotherapy we are dedicated to helping you throughout your healing journey with a variety of treatment options to improve your quality of life. A Registered Massage therapy treatment plan can help with a wide range of common conditions including but not limited to:

  • Chronic pain syndromes
  • Muscle aches
  • Injury recovery
  • Foot pain
  • Athletic injuries
  • Joint tension
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