Massage therapy will help you get over a digestive disorder by increasing blood flow to the stomach and enhancing the production of digestive fluids
like protease pepsin and gastric acid. This will quicken digestion and reduce bloating.
Human Integrated Performance does not typically offer discounts or packages for massage therapy. However, we do offer direct billing for specific providers. To find out if we direct bill to your insurance provider, please visit our website or call the clinic.
The average massage therapy session is 30 minutes to 1 hour long. But the therapist can make it shorter or longer, depending on what kind of massage you want and how long you want it. For example, if you want a deep tissue massage, it may be more than 1 hour. If you just want to relax, it may be only 30 minutes. It is best to talk with your massage therapist before the massage. This way you can figure out how long the massage should be.
Massage therapy can help people of any age. Athletes use it to get better at their sport and to reduce the risk of being hurt. It can also help people with chronic pain by making their muscles feel better and reducing swelling. Massage therapy is often used by people who are recovering from surgery or injury, those who have trouble moving around, or those with anxiety, depression, or insomnia.