Frequently Asked Questions
Medical massage is a manual therapy procedure performed by considering the anatomy of the muscles, done along the muscle’s extension. It involves loosening the muscles and mobilizing the vertebrae. Additionally, it supports circulation by stimulating the body’s lymphatic system, aiding in the drainage of lymph fluid.
Medical massage can be applied with various oils or creams. If there is pain in certain areas, pain-relieving creams can be used. Upon the patient’s request, it can also be performed using pleasantly scented essential oils or herbal oils.
Medical massage helps muscles to recover and assists in the elimination of accumulated toxic substances. It also has a positive effect on strengthening bones and is effective in treating osteoarthritis, as well as preventing spasms and cramps. Regular medical massage increases the number of white blood cells known as leukocytes in the blood, enhancing the immune system. It also aids in preventing blood stagnation in veins and helps in the elimination of edema in the body.
Medical massage is not recommended for individuals with muscle injuries or existing fractures. It is also not advised for individuals with infections or skin diseases. Due to the risk of metastasis, medical massage is not recommended for cancer patients. However, it can be applied to all other individuals.
Classic oil-based medical massage
Usually, 1 or 2 sessions per week, totaling 6-8 sessions, are recommended. For healthy individuals looking to maintain their well-being, it is beneficial to have chiropractic treatment every 2 months.
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