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What does deep tissue mobilisation do?

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The intention of deep tissue mobilisation is to:

  •         restore balance in the musculoskeletal system
  •         restore balance in the nervous system
  •         restore range of motion to stiff joints
  •         relieve muscular tightness, spasms or restrictions
  •         improve muscle tone and balance
  •         correct problems due to poor postural alignment
  •         reduce the physical stress placed on bones and joints
  •         reduce muscle fatigue and soreness by promoting rapid removal of toxins and waste products from the muscle
  •         increase flexibility in the muscles
  •         bring more oxygen and nutrients into the muscle by increasing blood circulation
  •         provide pain relief


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