Effectiveness for symptoms

Shoulder Pain

In everyday life, almost all activities are done on the front side of the body. That makes your front side muscles tight and causes a kind of misalignment such as Scapulas are pulled outside, shoulders are rounded inward. To remove pain or stiffness on your shoulder, need to loosen the tight muscles that pull Scapulas and get it back to the correct position.

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Shoulder Pain

Low Back Pain

In many cases, low back pain is caused by muscle stiffness and skeletal imbalance.The pelvic imbalance will lead to damage to the intervertebral discs, compression of nerve roots, and improper movement of the spinal joints because the spine is rooted in the pelvis. We assess your posture and condition before the treatment and do the right treatment for you. We also give you an instruction on good sitting posture for your prevention of pain.

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Low Back Pain

Sciatica

The tension of deeper muscles around the hip joint compresses the sciatic nerve, and it causes pain or numbness way down to the legs. We will release muscles on the surface and deeper, making your pelvis and hip joint position normally.

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Sciatica

Frozen Shoulder

The scapula, Clavicle bone, and Humerus bone for normal shoulder range of motion are supposed to move together smoothly. We release muscle tightness that limits the movement of those joints and increases your mobility. That tightness might be caused by the result of daily usage and poor posture. The misalignment of pelvis balance is also needed to be fixed.

Therapeutic Massage

Frozen Shoulder

Heel Pain

Common causes of heel pain are plantar fasciitis or Achilles tendinitis. From my experience, it’s associated with the pelvis and hip joint. Because legs start from hip joints and the position of the pelvis defines how much weight is on heels.

Therapeutic Massage

▷Foot Reflexology

Heel Pain

Leg Swelling

You can have swelling due to fluid buildup from being overweight, being inactive, sitting or standing for a long time, or wearing something tight. Body fluid tends to accumulate around the adhesion between muscle fascia. We will release and separates each muscle fascia, increase circulation, and drain body fluid.

Therapeutic Massage

▷Deep Tissue Massage

▷Foot Reflexology

Leg Swelling

Jaw Cracking

It’s also known as Temporomandibular joint (TMJ) disorders. Jaw joint movement is affected by muscle fascia around the neck, shoulder, head, and face. The tension of the muscle fascia pulls the jaw joint and causes some misalignment. To make the jaw joint move smoothly, a tight fascia is needed to be released.

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▷Head Massage

Jaw Cracking

Migraine

Sometimes tension of muscle fascia around the head compresses the nerves, and it causes frequent headaches like migraine. We will get your head, neck, and scapulars back to the correct position and release the tension of the muscle fascia. Then nerve compression and pain will be less.

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▷Head Massage

Migraine

Text Neck

A repetitive stress injury associated with prolonged usage of cellphones and computers.

Symptoms
Pain in the neck, upper back, and shoulder.
Forward head posture and rounded shoulders.
Reduced mobility.
Headache.
Neck flexion pain.

Therapeutic Massage

▷Head Massage

Text Neck

Sway Back Posture

A particular type of poor posture has exaggerated curves in the spine, forward-tilting hips, and leaning back when standing.
It is often caused by tight hamstrings and back muscles, weak abdominal muscles, and pelvis misalignment.

 

Symptoms
Low back pain
Neck pain
Muscle stiffness

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Sway Back

Uneven Shoulders

Uneven shoulders occur when one shoulder is higher than the other. The shoulder on the dominant side of your body is often a little lower.
The position of shoulder blades, pelvis, and legs defines shoulder heights.

 

Symptoms
Neck/shoulder/low back pain
Headache

Therapeutic Massage

▷Head Massage

Uneven Shoulders

Scoliosis

By releasing muscle fascia and certain joints, the discomfort of scoliosis can be reduced. Improvement of daily posture and usage is also effective to keep good condition.

 

Symptoms
Discomfort
Movement restriction
Physical fatigue

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Scoliosis

Neck Pain

Nowadays, so many people are suffered from neck pain because of prolonged usage of cellphones and computers. It makes your head go forward and more weight is on your neck. We release the muscle tightness around your neck, head, shoulder, upper back, and low back. We also fix the balance of the pelvis because it's the foundation of the neck and head. After your head position comes back to the correct position, neck pain will be removed.

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Neck Pain

Strained Back

Very acute pain such as strained back doesn’t happen suddenly. It happens after the stacking of everyday activities. In many cases, it’s associated with skeletal misalignment on the pelvis and lumbar caused by poor posture when you are sitting, standing or sleeping. We can reduce tension and pain, but usually, it takes a few days to a couple of weeks to recover. Posture is very important to prevent it.

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Strained Back

Hip Arthritis

The ball and socket joint (hip joint) position is pulled and somehow not correct. And it causes pain or limitation when you make movements. We will release the muscle fascia that pulls the hip joint, take a pelvis balance, and make more space between the ball and socket to move.

Therapeutic Massage

Hip Arthritis

Knee Pain

The knee joint is controlled by the Quadriceps muscle and Hamstrings that originated from the pelvis. First, need to loosen up those muscles and then fix the pelvis, hip joint, knee joint, and ankle balance. If the position of each joint and muscles are correct, you can walk or run without pain.

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▷Foot Reflexology

Knee Pain

Bunion

Common causes of bunion toe are wearing tight, narrow shoes, or as a result of the shape of your foot, a foot deformity, or a medical condition, such as arthritis. From my experience, the bunion is not only a foot problem, but the balance of the pelvis, hip joint, knee joint, and ankle. After the position of joints is fixed, and muscle tension from the calf to the foot is reduced, the soreness of the bunion will be better.

Therapeutic Massage

▷Foot Reflexology

Bunion

Sprained Ankle

An ankle sprain is caused by forced movement over the normal range of motion of the joint. The misaligned joint position leads to swelling and long-lasting pain. Make the joint back to the right position, reduce pain and swelling, promote healing of the ligament, and restore the function of the ankle. 

Therapeutic Massage

▷Foot Reflexology

Sprained Ankle

Eye Strain

Using your eyes makes muscle fascia so tight around the head, face, neck, and shoulders. And it decreases blood circulation to the eyes. Watching is muscle movement. We will loosen muscle tightness that was caused by watching for a long time. Oxygen supply will be increased to your eyes and your sight will be clear.

Therapeutic Massage

▷Head Massage

Eye Strain

Physical Fatigue

Muscle fascia is a fibrous connective tissue that wraps the entire body. There is adhesion between each muscle in the area you feel fatigued. We contact both superficial and deep layers and remove the adhesion of muscle fascia. Then your body waste will be drained and each muscle can move easily. You will feel much lighter.

Therapeutic Massage

▷Deep Tissue Massage

▷Foot Reflexology

Physical Fatigue

Kyphosis

An exaggerated forward rounding of the back also is called hunched back posture.

 

Symptoms
Back pain
Muscle stiffness
Shallow breathing

Therapeutic Massage

▷Head Massage

Kyphosis

Lumbar Lordosis

The lumbar spine curve arches too far inward, and it can lead to excess pressure on the spine, and causes pain and discomfort.

 

Symptoms
Numbness
Tingling
Low back pain

Therapeutic Massage

Lordosis

High Hip

A high hip is essentially when the pelvic joints have become misaligned to the point where one hip looks higher.

 

Symptoms
Low back pain

Hip pain
Knee pain

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High Hip

Bowlegs / Knock-Knees

Bowlegs: He or she stands the feet together, the toes pointed straight ahead, but the knees do not touch.

 

Knock-knees: He or she stands the leg together, the feet pointed straight ahead, and the knees touch but their ankles do not.

 

Symptoms

Knee or hip pain

Foot or ankle pain

Reduced range of motion in hips

Difficulty walking or running

Knee instability

Therapeutic Massage

​​▷Foot Reflexology

Bowlegs Knock-Knees

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