Connective tissue massage

This is manual stimulation therapy in which various skin, subcutaneous and fascia techniques are used. It not only acts locally at the point of stimulation, but also specifically on internal organs. Our vegetative nervous system is influenced by the different pressure and pull stimuli. It can be stimulated / activated or relaxed / regenerated. Connective tissue massages are mainly performed on the back and while sitting. The patient may feel a sensation of cutting during the treatment. This shows that the blood circulation is promoted and the adhesions are loosening.

application areas

  • Musculoskeletal disorders (rheumatic diseases, back pain, osteoarthritis)
  • stress
  • Migraines / headaches
  • Menstrual pain
  • Menopausal symptoms
  • Neurological disorders (paresis, spasticity, neuralgia)
  • Sudeck's disease
  • Vascular diseases (circulatory disorders, varicose veins)
  • Diseases of the internal organs (gastrointestinal disorders, liver and gallbladder problems, respiratory diseases)
  • Celluite