Remedial Massage - Injury Rehabilitation - Sports Massage - Deep Tissue - Manipulative Muscle Therapy - Kinesiology Taping - Traditional Cupping Therapies - Cranial Sacral Integration - Dorn Spinal - Member: Australian Association of Massage Therapists (AAMT) - Approved for Health Fund RebatesNicki O'Neill
Clinical & Sports Massage Therapy
"Enhancing Your Health"
Specializing in the following:
About Nicki OíNeill:
- Remedial Massage / Clinical (Orthopedic)
- NeuroMuscular Therapy - Trigger point
- Injury Rehabilitation
- Sports Massage
- Kinesiology Taping - Qualified Rock Doc
- Advanced Manipulative Muscle Therapy
- Deep Tissue
- Tradition Eastern & Western Cupping Therapies
- Thai Massage
- Cranial Sacral Integration
- Pregnancy Massage - Belly pillow available for maximum comfort
- Dry Needling
Clinical Massage can help:
- Graduate of The Atlanta School of Massage, Atlanta, Georgia, USA
- In practice since 1999
- Rememdial Member, Australian Association of Massage Therapists (AAMT)
- Certified in Clinical Massage
- Certified in NeuroMuscular Therapy
- Manipulative Muscle Therapy
- Kinesiology Taping
- Traditional Eastern Cupping
- Dorn Spinal Therapy
- Experienced at working with athletes at all levels, from novice/recreational to world class
Frequently asked questions:
How is Clinical Massage different from general massage?
- Optimize the injury repair process of soft tissue (muscles, tendons, ligaments)
- Reduce or eliminate muscle spasm and/or soreness
- Enhance recovery potential
- Identify any potential problem
- Reduce muscle/tendon injury potential
- Increase flexibility
- Enhance performance potential
- Promote relaxation, both physical and psychological
The primary goal of Clinical Massage is the reduction or elimination of a specific muscle/tendon complaint; the primary goal of general massage is relaxation. The Clinical Massage Therapist works with evaluation, treatment, and prevention of muscle/tendon injuries utilizing principles of anatomy, physiology, pathology, and massage therapy techniques.
Does Clinical Massage hurt?
When properly applied to the area of a soft tissue injury, massage will cause some discomfort. However, an experienced therapist will work within your tolerance level to minimize your discomfort while maximizing the benefits. Areas receiving maintenance massage should not experience any discomfort during the massage.
Will I be sore the next day?
Depending upon the severity of your problem, you may experience some local soreness for the next day or two. Proper application of ice therapy will reduce soreness.
What is the best time to get a massage?
When utilized after your longest or most intense workout of the week, massage will enhance your recovery.
How often should I get massage?
If you are dealing with an injury, the usual treatment is 2-4 massages, each spaced 7-10 days apart. For maintenance massage, once every 2-4 weeks. If you are a competitive athlete, this will vary based on your training cycle.
Do I have to be an athlete?
People who donít consider themselves athletes also experience soft tissue injuries or discomfort.
What if I donít have an injury, and just want to relax?
Even top athletes just need to unwind sometimes, and massage can be very relaxing!QUALIFICATION DETAILS
- Remedial Massage
- Clinical Massage
- NeuroMuscular Therapy
- Member Australian Massage Therapists (AAMT)