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Sports Specific Deep Tissue Massage


As part of a training strategy for any sport, both stretching and massage should play an integral part.  To function effectively, muscles need to retain length and the ability to contract maximally, and appropriate warm ups before exercise, and massage / stretching post exercise are an athletes best tools to […]

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Cyclists injury prevention and treatment workshops


Two workshops specifically for cyclists presented by the physiotherapists from The Aspire Club and Bangkok Deep Tissue Massage. learn how to prevent and treat acute and chronic injuries through proper stretching, massage and physiotherapy. Download the flyer here: Physio workshop at bikezone (1) At Bikezone, Amarin Plaza, 17th May and 24th […]

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Golf Swing and Deep Tissue Massage II


Probably the most common cause of a poor swing occurs where the lower back is unable to rotate freely, leading to poor upswing and down swing. To rotate the lower spine needs to be aligned well and free to move.  By aligned, we mean that the spine needs to be […]

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Shoulder Pain


The shoulder is in reality a very unstable, delicate structure as compared to say a hip joint. The video below shows the structures and potential injuries it can sustain. Needless to say, muscles that are warm, flexible and elastic, and able to function smoothly with one another are much less […]

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Slash your golf scores with Deep Tissue Massage


I don’t know of any other sport where non-professionals spend so much time focusing on performance results, but so little time and effort on enhancing performance, as in Golf. Most golfers limit preparation and training to hitting balls at the driving range.  They also walk up to their first tee […]

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Deep Tissue Massage on the legs may fix back and neck pain!


Short, contracted muscles just don’t function well. Muscles that stay tense for long periods of time, whether from sitting all day, constantly holding a phone between your ear and shoulder, or wearing high heels daily, tend to end up in a state of chronic contraction. Shortened locked up muscles prevent […]

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Second Opinion.


Recently I was contacted by an acquaintance who wanted a second opinion on whether he should have $10,000 of stem cell therapy for his back pain.  The recommendation for treatment sounded rather far fetched, so I started to take a case history… The case looked like this.    A 50 yo male, […]

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