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PHYSIOTHERAPY CAN ALLEVIATE PAIN

March 29, 2010 by  
Filed under Joints, pain, Physiotherapy

KneeLifting, bending, slouching and even sneezing can cause pain. Whether it is a sudden pain that seems to cripple you like sciatica, immobilise you like migraine, nag and sap your energy like a frozen shoulder or facial pain, or is one that is constant like arthritis, the physiotherapists at The Wyndham Centres are trained to find the root of the problem and treat the condition.

If the pain is due to bad posture or tension, we will help you with certain exercises to improve your posture by working on your core stability. If it is due to mouse twitching, key tapping or other repetitive minor movements we can stretch your muscles, correct your posture and show you exercises to help. If it is due to spinal problems we can mobilise, manipulate and massage your way back to pain relief.

Physiotherapists will treat any sports injury, tennis and golfers’ elbows, runners’ and skiers’ knees, rugby necks and footballers legs, and we can show you with the right warm up and stretching exercises how to prevent further injury.

Alison Wyndham

INDIAN HEAD MASSAGE for pain

August 3, 2009 by  
Filed under pain

Indian Head Massage can help headaches and neck and shoulder pain.

It is soothing, relaxing and eases stiff muscles. It increases the circulation in the scalp and neck and shoulder muscles, sending more oxygen to these areas. It releases toxins to help ease pain.

As the upper body and head is massaged, there is usually some kind of emotional release as well, but often not noticed until the day after, where unexplained emotions might be felt and released. There may be tears or anger, giggling or silliness, but you can feel much better afterwards.

INDIAN HEAD MASSAGE for stress

July 13, 2009 by  
Filed under Stress

Indian Head Massage is an ancient technique practiced in India under the Ayurvedic methods of medicine. It is a form of massage that focuses solely on the head, neck, face, shoulders and upper arms. These important energy centers are areas where tension can accumulate, the Indian Head Massage aims to release that tension, pain and pressure. A firm and gentle rhythm is used to release blockages and relieve tension and pain.

Champissage, also known as an Indian Head Massage is a trademarked term for an alternative medicine massage therapy in which the head, neck and facial areas are massaged with the purpose of manipulating energy channels. The goal is to clear blocks in these energy channels that cause a build-up of negative energy that are purported to cause ailments. The belief is when the energy does not flow properly, negative energy builds up, causing common ailments, including stress, pain and nociception pains and aches, and baldness or hair loss.

An Indian Head Massage starts with the client sitting in a comfortable chair for the duration of the one-hour treatment. It begins with a deep kneading and probing of the back, arms, neck and shoulder muscles. The head is then worked with the scalp being squeezed, rubbed, gently tapped and prodded. The hair is briskly tussled and gently combed. Pressure points are gently worked on and the ears are tugged and pressed. The face is massaged last, working with acupressure points to help relieve any sinus pressure, stimulate the circulation and to increase alertness. The physical form of the massage actually works to release any stored negative energy trapped in the body, with a more subtle form of energy balancing which affects a person’s energy centers.

This Ayurvedic element of chakra energy balancing focuses on the four higher chakras and has a powerful effect. Combined with the fresh flow of energy from Reiki, the Indian Head Massage can bring the energy of the whole body back into balance by creating a deep sense of peace, calm and well-being.

Generally, a client will find an improvement in hair quality, happiness and general well-being after four to six sessions.