Massage

Discipline Advertising Descriptors  -  Massage

Benefit statements appropriate for use by practitioners of the discipline:

Reducing or eliminating pain
Improving joint mobility
Improving circulation
Improving immune system functioning
Increasing lymphatic drainage
Reducing depression and anxiety
Reducing tension within muscles
Increasing body awareness

 

The treatment or therapy may provide a beneficial effect to those suffering with the following conditions:

   
✓ Anxiety and depression ✓ Multiple Sclerosis (MS)
✓ Asthma x Myalgic Encephalomyelitis (ME)
✓ Back, leg, and neck pain ✓ Parkinson’s Disease
✓ Carpal tunnel syndrome ✓ Plantar Fasciitis
✓ Chronic Fatigue syndrome ✓ Palliative care
✓ Chronic Pain ✓ Post-surgical rehabilitation
✓ Constipation ✓ Pregnancy and labour support
✓ Digestive disorders x Pre-menstrual symptoms
✓ Emphysema x Psoriasis
✓ Fibromyalgia ✓ Repetitive Strain Injury
✓ Gastrointestinal disorders ✓ Sciatica
✓ Headaches x Sinus problems
x Hormonal imbalance ✓ Sleeping Disorders
✓ Inflammatory conditions such as arthritis ✓ Sports injuries
✓ Insomnia ✓ Strains and sprains
x Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS) ✓ Stress and stress related conditions
✓ Kyphosis and Scoliosis ✓ Stroke recovery
x Menopause symptoms ✓ Tendinitis
x Migraine ✓ Whiplash
   

 

Research/Clinical studies for this discipline are available in the following categories:

Randomised Controlled Clinical Trial (RCT)

Cohort (Incidence, Longitudinal Study) Study

Randomised Cross-Over Clinical Trial

Cross-Sectional (Prevalence Study) Study

Case Series

 

Validated anecdotal evidence is approved by this discipline for use in promotional materials.

 

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