Chetsada Anoraj |
Location: Los Angeles
West Hollywood/Los Angeles, California (US)
Los Angeles/Hollywood, California (US)
Style(s): Neuromuscular Therapy, Trigger Point Therapy, Therapeutic Massage, Soft Tissue Manipulation, Myofascial Therapy, Sports Massage, Thai Massage, Lymphatics Facilitation, Orthopedic Massage
Hours: Due to COVID19. I have to stop providing hands-on massage until further notice by State Order
Fees: Due to COVID19. I have to stop providing hands-on massage until
further notice by State Order
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Description: Neuromuscular therapy is a manual therapy for pain management, rehabilitation and prevention.
It is a treatment for myofascial trigger points, which are small contractions in muscle fibers that cause pain, weakness and discomfort in a referred area.
Neuromuscular therapists are highly skilled in muscle anatomy, connective tissue work, trigger point therapy and manual therapy. The goal of neuromuscular therapy is to reduce pain, discomfort and stress in the body by using precise manual techniques that maintain relaxed and lengthened muscles.
In the right hands, neuromuscular therapy is a highly effective treatment for chronic pain, muscular trauma resulting from an accident or injury, or strain caused by overuse. Description of NMT taken from @massagemag article, •The Massage Therapist•s Guide to Neuromuscular Therapy• 9/17/19.
Chetsada (a.k.a. Jesse) Anoraj, CMT, ANMT.
Certified Massage Therapist and Advanced Neuromuscular Therapist.
License#: CAMTC 77236
Jesse Anoraj is a skilled therapeutic massage practitioner, specialized in working with those presenting muscular pain and dysfunction. Neuromuscular Therapy and Orthopedic Massage • sometimes referred to as clinical massage or medical massage - is an medically-oriented form of therapeutic massage addresses trigger points (tender muscles points), circulation, nerve entrapment , postural issues, soft tissue pain problems and biomechanical problems that can be caused by repetitive movement injuries.
Many orthopedic conditions and sports, automobile and work-related injuries respond well to this form of therapeutic massage, including:
Neck & shoulder pain
Low back pain
Migraines & tension headaches
Rotator cuff injuries
Temporomandibular joint (TMJ) dysfunction
Carpal tunnel syndrome
Sprains & strains
Iliotibial (IT) band syndrome
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