Jeremy White - Remedial Massage Therapist - 19 years in practice
HICAPS and credit cards accepted with rebates available from all Health Funds
Cost - $100 per hour or $80 for 45 mins or $60 for half an hour
Gift vouchers available on request
For an appointment please call - 0416 143 575
Insured, accredited and registered with the Australian Traditional Medicine Society (www.atms.com.au) - ATMS Member No. 6437
I am a Diploma qualified therapist who structures a massage to suit each individual's needs.
Deep Tissue Bodywork
Trigger point therapy
My initial interest stemmed from the use of massage to alleviate pain and improve mobility. Experience gained over the past 16 years has heightened my awareness of the benefits massage has for many health issues such as headaches, stress, fatigue and depression.
Benefits of Massage:
Improves mobility and joint flexibility
Maintains muscle balance
Stimulates nerve rehabilitation
Reduces scar tissue & adhesions
Aids repair and cellular recovery
Massage improves blood and lymph circulation throughout the body, via the stimulation of soft tissue. Toxins and waste products are more easily eliminated, which in turn, allows nutrients and essential gases to be absorbed by cells in the body more easily. This aids repair and recovery and in turn prevents illness and muscle stress. By easing muscle tension, massage also eases stress on the nervous system and encourages relaxation.
We maintain our cars, homes and even our gardens but we take our bodies for granted and react only when something goes wrong. Your body is very precious - respect it and take care of it.
Massage can alleviate many health issues such as:
Loosening neck, shoulder and scalp muscles and their attachments, relieves stress headaches. By reducing muscle tension, especially in the neck and reducing the tension associated with musculoskeletal disorders, massage can decrease the recurrence of migraines.
Sports Injuries / Preventative Maintenance
Massage creates a localised increase in pressure, which helps with the removal of muscle waste like lactic acid. Lactic acid builds up in muscles during and immediately after strenuous exercise - limiting the recovery of muscles and their effectiveness. Additionally, massage stretches other tissues that cannot be reached by alternative methods. A regular massage is insurance against injury.
Rehabilitation / Recovery
Massage is beneficial after an operation, accident or illness. It stimulates nerves, muscles and lymph, and thereby aids mobility, waste excretion from cells and nutrition in the regions affected. In chronic conditions, regular treatments over a period of time are required to counter the muscles memory effect. Muscles need to re-learn their relaxed state.
Diabetes can cause a lack of circulation and neuropathy in the limbs. This in turn leads to muscle atrophy and nerve insensitivity. Although it has to be approached with caution, massage will return some of the function and feel or at least slow the deterioration. A maintenance program will benefit the sufferer significantly in many cases, with improved mobility, circulation and feel.
Deep Tissue Therapy
Deep strokes are used to warm and stretch tight fascia to release chronic muscle tension. It helps the return of normal tissue tension and restores a normal range of movement.
A powerful tool for relaxation and management of stress. Areas of the feet (or hands) are manipulated to stimulate related areas of the body in order to promote the bodys natural balance and wellbeing.
LOCATED IN THE CITY ON MONDAYS AND TUESDAYS AT:
Macquarie St Physiotherapy
Level 5 - Park House (turn right out of lift)
187 Macquarie St SYDNEY
LOCATED IN CONCORD ON WEDNESDAYS AT:
Concord Sport and Spine Physiotherapy
202 Concord Road
and on Saturdays:
mobile visits in the Inner West area only
Diploma of Remedial Massage
* All fields are mandatory