by Mel Cash - Aug 22nd, 2018
Everyone needs Soft Tissue Therapy
Aches and pains are an inevitable part of modern life whatever our age and lifestyle. The human body is an amazing self-repairing organism but it isn’t perfect and can’t always fully fix all the accidents and injuries we get. And the older we get the less well it can repair so the cumulative effect of postural and occupational stresses as well as the legacy of past injuries eventually take their toll. We all know deep down that we won’t live forever but we want to believe our body will keep going at 100% until that time comes, but it sadly doesn’t. Although that backache, stiff shoulder or painful knee isn’t going to kill us it does affect our enjoyment of life on many levels. They are not usually severe enough to justify drastic medical treatment so we just have to suffer with them. Or do we?
Soft Tissue Therapy is not a miracle cure but it can often come pretty close to that. It involves a range of advanced hands-on techniques, including massage, which have been developed to improve the body’s healing potential and reduce many painful symptoms in our muscular system. Beyond this, the properly trained therapist also tries to identify the underlying causes of these problems and offer advice on exercise or lifestyle which can overcome the difficulties and achieve more profound improvements in your quality of life.
So don’t put up with those chronic aches and pains that get you down, find yourself a Soft Tissue Therapist. at https://www.theisrm.com/directory.php
If you are looking for a satisfying and rewarding life-time career, are good with your hands and want to help others in one of the nicest ways possible, train to become a Soft Tissue Therapist.
London School of Sports Massage
28 Station Parade
London NW2 4NX
Main Office hours: 10am-2pm
Monday - Friday
Tel:0208 452 8855
Following the Coronavirus lockdown we are now doing more office work from home so we are not always able to answer the phone but we check the voicemail daily