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Aesthetic Beauty Blog
Aesthetic Beauty Blog
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Did you know that Aesthetic Beauty & Massage is registered with a number of Private Health Providers?
Our point of difference from regular beauty salons is that we offerremedial massage.
Remedial massage is the systematic assessment and treatment of the muscles, tendons, ligaments and connective tissue of the body to assist in rehabilitation, pain and injury management.
Some examples of problems a remedial massage therapist can address include:
Tension headaches, frozen shoulder, rotator cuff issues, sciatica, reduced range of motion, lower back problems, sore shoulders, sore neck, whiplash, kyphosis, lordosis, scoliosis, strain caused by computer/keyboard/mouse use, delayed onset muscle soreness (DOMS), you get the idea!
When an injury has occurred, massage is not usually indicated until after the initial ice, compression, elevation and rest stage, usually no sooner than 72hours.
Your treatment will include a postural analysis and consultation to ascertain your concern and gather information about your lifestyle, including questions about work and sport. Problems areas identified can be assisted by assorted massage techniques including deep tissue, trigger point therapy, myofascial release, lymphatic drainage along with stretches and strengthening exercises.
As well as feeling amazing, your remedial massage will also improve your body awareness, helping to prevent overusing certain muscle groups and or bad postural positions.
You can claim a rebate for your remedial massage through your health fund if you have opted for remedial massage cover.
These are some of the health funds we are registered providers for:
Bupa, Medibank Private, NIB, ARHG, HIF, HBA, GM, Police Health, Teachers Health, HBF, AHM, Australian Unity, HCF, GU, CBHS to name a few!
Linda specialises in deep tissue, sports massage and trigger point therapy. If you think you would benefit from a massage, or know someone who does, click here.