Physiological benefits of therapeutic massage on the skeletal system: Increases blood circulation which nourishes skeletal cells; Improves muscular balance and thus skeleton alignment (contracted muscles can pull bones out of alignment);We are doing Male to Male Massage only.
- Increases blood circulation which nourishes skeletal cells;
- Improves muscular balance and thus skeleton alignment (contracted muscles can pull bones out of alignment);
- Exercises joints through range of motion - joints are nourished by joint fluid, which is moved and circulated by massage;
- Pranayama (Breathing Exercises)
- Can aid circulation in the area of a fracture without producing motion in bone fragments - also aids in healing of surrounding affected tissue;
- Can aid functional efficiency in terms of structural support / posture - massage can be a first step in the process of postural awareness (less energy used to maintain efficient posture);
- Can prevent adhesions from forming and can break down adhesions - these adhesions can form between ligaments and bones, can alter a joint and limit range of motion - adhesions can form reparative tissue, but not flexible, and massage can create a mobile scar.
- It helps to free adhesions, break down scar tissue and decrease inflammation. As a result it can help to restore range of motion to stiff joints.
Massage benefits your skeletal system by: Improving the circulation and nutrients of your joints. Massage also decreases inflammation, which thereby restoring range of motion (helping increase your range of joint movement) Releasing joint strain, through releasing right muscles and tendons.