On Musculoskeletal System

Increase muscles tones by increasing the muscle spindle activity. An increase in muscle spindle activity creates muscle contraction, helping to tone weak muscles.

Relieves muscular restrictions: tightness, stiffness, and spasms. These effects are achieved by direct pressure on the spasm by manipulation the tissue that sends messages of “length” to the central nervous system and by the increase in circulation.

Promotes muscular relaxation – increase muscle length and flexibility. Massage also stimulates tissue release of histamines and acetylcholine.

Interrupts the pain cycle by relieving muscular spasms.

Help to maintain muscles in the best possible state of nutrition, flexibility and vitality

Hastening muscle recovery and enabling them to function at maximum.

Produce a decontracturation effect by relaxing muscles. Massage reduces excitability in the sympathetic nervous system.

Reduce the trigger point formation:

Improves posture and balance. Many postural distortions are removed when trigger points are released and when muscle tension is reduced.
Increases Range of motion
Gait becomes more efficient
Improved performance is the net result.
Enhances athletic performance.

Enhances blood circulation thus increasing the amount of oxygen and nutrients available to the muscles.

Promotes rapid disposal of waste products and replenishment of nutritive materials through increased circulation

Reduce muscle fatigue and soreness.