Can massage help with neck pain and tension?

Targeted massage techniques can be an effective treatment for neck pain and tension. The goal is to release muscle holding and softening tight tissues. Releasing fascia and tension, massage can resolve or help manage neck pain and tension.

A skilled massage therapist will typically use a combination of techniques, such as deep tissue massage, trigger point therapy, and stretching, to target the specific areas of tension and pain. By using these techniques, they can help release knots, relax muscles, and improve range of motion in the neck and surrounding areas.

Neck pain and tension

Can you recover from chronic neck pain and tension?

Yes, it is possible to recover from chronic neck pain and tension. However, the recovery process can be more challenging and time-consuming the longer the pain has been present.
Chronic neck pain and tension can result from a variety of factors, including poor posture, stress, injury, or medical conditions. Addressing these underlying causes is crucial to effectively treating the pain and preventing it from recurring.

Treatment Plan for Neck Pain

Treatment options for chronic neck pain may include massage therapy, physical therapy, chiropractic care, or a combination of these approaches. The specific treatment plan will depend on the individual’s needs and the severity of their condition.

In addition to seeking professional help, making lifestyle changes is essential for reducing chronic neck pain. This may include practicing good posture, engaging in regular exercise, getting enough sleep, managing stress, and avoiding activities that exacerbate the pain.

Being Patient with Neck Pain Recovery

It’s important to remember that recovery from chronic neck pain and tension is a process that takes time and patience. Consistency and dedication to the treatment plan are essential for achieving long-term relief. The longer the neck pain has been present, the more time and effort may be required to address it effectively. However, with the right approach and support, it is possible to recover and regain a pain-free, comfortable range of motion in the neck.

Can you Neu Release Massage help with Neck Pain and Tension?

Yes, Neu Release™ Massage is extremely beneficial for relieving neck pain, with lasting results. Our signature technique uses a deeper, more targeted approach to release tension in the muscles and fascia of the neck, allowing for greater flexibility and mobility.

During a Neu Release™ Massage session, the therapist will use a combination of techniques, such as deep tissue massage, myofascial release, and trigger point therapy, to address specific areas of tension and pain in the neck. These techniques involve applying focused pressure to the muscles and fascia to release adhesions and knots, stretch and lengthen the tissue, and increase blood flow to the area.

The deeper pressure used in Neu Release™ Massage can be especially effective for treating chronic neck pain and tension. By accessing deeper layers of tissue, the therapist can target areas that may be difficult to reach with a lighter touch. This approach can also help to break up scar tissue and adhesions that may be contributing to the pain and stiffness in the neck.

Many guests report significant improvement in their neck pain and tension after just one session of Neu Release™ Massage. The technique is designed to provide focused and targeted relief to the areas that need it most. The therapist will focus on the tight muscle tissue, with a more targeted approach than traditional massage. With continued sessions, guests can experience even greater improvements in their neck pain and overall mobility.

Maia Spertus LMT

Maia Spertus is a Licensed Massage Therapist in Austin Texas, with a background of experience in Medical Massage, Sports Recovery, Trigger Point release, as well as the traditional practices of Swedish and Deep Tissue Massage. Through her experience working with people suffering from chronic pain, active athletes, as well as desk jockeys, she is an expert in helping people feel the best in their bodies. She is also a trained yoga teacher, and avid fitness enthusiast herself.