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PhysioTherapy, Gua-Sha & Cupping

Natural Pain-Relief

  • 15 minutes
  • Please Call
  • Championsgate Boulevard

Service Description

Experience Natural Pain-Relief: Soft tissue facilitation is a holistic approach that targets musculoskeletal issues, promoting recovery and relieving pain. It combines the power of ultrasound therapy and electrical stimulation to optimize the body's natural healing processes. We also utilize Gua-Sha and Cupping Therapy. Ultrasound Therapy: Ultrasound therapy involves the use of high-frequency sound waves to penetrate deep into the soft tissues of the body. This non-invasive technique stimulates cellular activity, increasing blood flow and promoting the healing of damaged tissues. The warmth generated by ultrasound waves also aids in relaxing muscles and reducing inflammation. Benefits of Ultrasound Therapy: Accelerated tissue repair Improved circulation Reduced muscle spasms Alleviation of pain and stiffness Electrical Stimulation: Electrical therapy, often known as electrotherapy or neuromuscular electrical stimulation (NMES), utilizes electrical impulses to activate specific muscles or nerves. This method is particularly effective in managing pain, restoring muscle function, and enhancing overall mobility. Benefits of Electrical Stimulation: Pain relief Muscle rehabilitation Improved muscle strength and endurance Enhanced joint flexibility Conditions Benefiting from Soft Tissue Facilitation: Sports Injuries Strains Sprains Tendonitis Chronic Pain Conditions: Arthritis Fibromyalgia Post-Surgical Rehabilitation Enhancing recovery after orthopedic surgeries Soft Tissue Inflammation: Bursitis Tendon inflammation Gua-Sha: Gua sha is a traditional Chinese healing technique that involves scraping the skin's surface to promote blood circulation and alleviate various health issues. The practice has been used for centuries in traditional Chinese medicine and is often applied to relieve muscle tension, reduce inflammation, and address pain. Gua sha involves using a smooth-edged tool, traditionally made of jade, horn, or other materials, to scrape or rub the skin. Gua sha is believed to help release stagnant energy, known as "qi" in traditional Chinese medicine, and promote the flow of blood and vital energy throughout the body. Cupping Therapy: Cupping involves the use of specially designed cups, typically made of glass, plastic, or silicone. These cups are placed on the skin, and a vacuum is created. The suction pulls the skin and underlying tissues into the cup, promoting blood flow and encouraging healing.


Contact Details

  • 8390 Champions Gate Blvd., STE 315

    4078859229

    office@nextgenerationchiro.com


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