Massage Therapy for Seniors: Improving Quality of Life through massage

Massage for Seniors: Improving Quality of Life

The United States is experiencing a significant demographic shift as its population ages. With the baby boomer generation reaching retirement age, the number of seniors is expected to increase significantly by 2030. This demographic transformation underscores the importance of addressing the healthcare needs of seniors, including finding effective ways to improve their quality of life. One such avenue that holds promise is massage therapy.

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Post Surgery Massage Therapy

Recovery from a surgery could involve weeks or even months of rehabilitation to nurture the area back to full health. Although massage is seen as a form of relaxation, using massage to feel better after surgery and heal faster is the oldest method of recovery, and it works wonders! Massage therapy can help the area not only heal faster, but also relieve pain and discomfort along the healing process. Doctors will usually recommend a physical therapist and a massage therapist to regain full functionality. Continue reading “Post Surgery Massage Therapy”

A Massage Can Boost Your Immune System

For the past two years I was lucky enough to dodge all sorts of illnesses while my friends and family members caught the cold once a year. Between eating healthy and stay fit, I would visit a massage therapist twice a week. A massage helped me eliminate a lot of stress during my university finals, while simultaneously trying to pay for rent and groceries. Continue reading “A Massage Can Boost Your Immune System”