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Chronic Pain Relief Moncton

Soothing Hands: Chronic Pain Relief through Massage Therapy

Living with chronic pain can be a life-altering experience, transforming even the simplest tasks into daily challenges. Massage therapy is one of the many ways we help our clients find relief from chronic pain. At Naturology Centre Moncton, we understand the importance of a holistic approach to wellness. As an eco-friendly wellness centre, our commitment to the environment extends to our selection of natural products and creating a serene space our clients enjoy adorned with live plants from MacArthur’s.

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The Science Behind Massage Therapy for Chronic Pain

Massage therapy is known for its relaxation and stress-relief benefits, but did you know it can also be an effective tool in managing chronic pain? Research has shown that massage therapy can positively impact pain levels, muscle tension, and overall quality of life.

When we experience chronic pain, our muscles become tense and tight, contributing to discomfort. Massage therapy alleviates this tension by increasing muscle blood flow, promoting relaxation, and improving flexibility. This, in turn, helps to reduce pain and improve overall well-being.

Types of Massage Therapy Offered at Naturology Centre Moncton

At Naturology Centre Moncton, we offer a variety of massage techniques to address the specific needs of our clients suffering from chronic pain.

A few tyles used commonly:

Swedish Massage: This classic massage technique uses long, gliding strokes to promote relaxation, ease muscle tension, and improve circulation. It’s an excellent choice for those new to massage therapy or anyone seeking a gentle, soothing experience.

Deep Tissue Massage: As the name suggests, this type of massage targets deeper layers of muscle tissue to release chronic muscle tension and knots. It benefits those with chronic pain related to muscle imbalances or overuse injuries.

Trigger Point Therapy: This specialized form of massage therapy focuses on releasing tight knots, or “trigger points,” in the muscles that can cause pain and discomfort. By applying targeted pressure to these points, our therapists can help to relieve pain and improve the range of motion.

Myofascial Release: This gentle, hands-on technique focuses on releasing tension in the connective tissue (fascia) surrounding the muscles. Myofascial release can be particularly effective in addressing chronic pain related to fibromyalgia or postural imbalances.

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Benefits of Massage Therapy for Chronic Pain

Incorporating regular massage therapy sessions into your pain management plan can provide benefits!

Pain Reduction: Massage therapy helps release tight muscles and improve circulation, reducing pain and discomfort.

Improved Mobility: By working on muscle tension and stiffness, massage therapy can help to improve flexibility and range of motion, making daily activities more manageable and less painful.

Stress Relief: Chronic pain can contribute to increased stress levels. Massage therapy promotes relaxation and a sense of well-being, helping to reduce stress and its negative impact on your health.

Better Sleep: Pain and stress can disrupt sleep patterns. Regular massage therapy can help improve sleep quality, allowing your body to rest and recover more effectively.

Enhanced Overall Well-being: By addressing chronic pain’s physical and emotional aspects, massage therapy can contribute to greater well-being and improved quality of life.

Taking the First Step Towards Relief

If you are struggling with chronic pain and want to explore the benefits of massage therapy, the first step is to schedule a Therapeutic Massage Therapy (New Clients) appointment with the therapist of your choice. During this initial appointment, we will discuss your pain concerns, medical history, and wellness goals to create an individualized treatment experience and plan for moving forward.

To further enhance your healing journey, consider incorporating other holistic treatments and services offered at Naturology Centre Moncton, such as acupuncture, naturopathic counselling/hypnotherapy, osteopathy, and personal fitness training. Our comprehensive wellness approach ensures you receive the support and care needed to improve your well-being.

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Car Accidents (MVA Injury)

Rehab Following a Car Accident (MVA)

Motor vehicle accidents (MVAs) in Moncton, Riverview, Dieppe and elsewhere can lead to various physical and psychological symptoms. While whiplash is the most common injury associated with MVAs, it is crucial to understand that the range of possible injuries and symptoms is vast.

Injuries and symptoms that may develop after an MVA include:

Soft tissue injuries: These are injuries to muscles, tendons, and ligaments, which can result in pain, swelling, and bruising. Examples include sprains, strains, and contusions.

Fractures and dislocations: Depending on the severity of the impact, bones may break, or joints may be dislocated. These injuries can be excruciating and require immediate medical attention.

Head injuries: Traumatic brain injuries (TBIs), concussions, and skull fractures can occur during an MVA. These injuries can lead to headaches, dizziness, memory loss, and cognitive impairment.

Spinal injuries: Damage to the spinal cord or vertebrae can result in pain, numbness, weakness, or paralysis. Injuries can range from minor to severe and may require surgery or long-term rehabilitation.

Internal injuries: Damage to internal organs, such as the lungs, heart, liver, or spleen, can be life-threatening and require immediate medical attention.

Emotional and psychological symptoms: MVAs can lead to post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), anxiety, depression, and other mental health issues. These symptoms may manifest as nightmares, flashbacks, irritability, or avoidance of situations related to the accident.

Sleep disturbances: Difficulty falling, staying, or experiencing restful sleep can develop due to the physical and emotional stress associated with an MVA.

Chronic pain: Persistent, localized or widespread pain can develop following an MVA. This may be due to nerve damage, scar tissue, or other factors.

It is essential to seek medical attention following an MVA, even if the injuries seem minor. Prompt diagnosis and treatment can help prevent complications and support a faster recovery. Naturopathic counselling can help address the emotional and mental health aspects of recovering from an MVA, while manual therapy can help with physical rehabilitation.


Holistic Approaches for Symptoms After a Car Accident

Motor vehicle accidents (MVAs) can result in a wide range of physical and emotional symptoms, and a holistic approach to recovery is often beneficial. Integrating alternative therapies with conventional medical treatment can help address various aspects of MVA recovery. Here are some ways naturopathy, hypnotherapy, massage therapy, osteopathy, acupuncture, personal fitness training, and health supplements can be employed in the treatment and recovery process:

  1. Naturopathy: Naturopaths focus on stimulating the body’s natural healing abilities by addressing the root causes of symptoms. After an MVA, naturopathy may include dietary changes, practitioner-grade supplements, and stress management techniques to support overall health and well-being.
  2. Hypnotherapy: Hypnotherapy can help individuals cope with the emotional and psychological symptoms following an MVA. Techniques such as guided relaxation and positive suggestions can help reduce anxiety, improve sleep quality, and promote healing by addressing subconscious thought patterns.
  3. Massage therapy: Massage can help alleviate pain and tension in muscles and soft tissues, improving circulation and promoting relaxation. Regular massage sessions can assist in reducing inflammation, increasing flexibility, and speeding up the healing process after an MVA.
  4. Acupuncture: Acupuncture involves inserting thin needles into specific points on the body to balance energy flow or Qi. This treatment can help manage pain, reduce inflammation, and promote relaxation, benefiting MVA recovery.
  5. Osteopathy: Osteopathic manipulative treatment (OMT) can help restore proper alignment and function to the musculoskeletal system after an MVA. OMT techniques relieve pain, improve mobility, and support the body’s natural healing processes.
  6. Personal fitness training: Following an MVA, a personalized fitness program designed by a certified trainer, can help individuals regain strength, flexibility, and endurance. This approach should be gradual and tailored to the individual’s needs and limitations, ensuring a safe and effective recovery process.
  7. Health supplements: Depending on the specific symptoms and needs of the individual, certain health supplements can support the healing process after an MVA. These may include anti-inflammatory supplements, such as omega-3 fatty acids, or supplements that help tissue repairs, such as collagen or vitamin C. It is essential to consult with a healthcare professional before starting any supplement regimen.

Integrating these alternative therapies into a comprehensive treatment plan can help support a holistic recovery process after an MVA. However, consulting with your family doctor to determine the most appropriate course of action based on individual needs and circumstances is crucial.

News

05-29-2023
Shockwave Therapy
๐ŸŒฟ๐Ÿ’š GREAT NEWS from Naturology Centre! ๐Ÿ’š๐ŸŒฟ
We're thrilled to announce that starting in early June, we will offer SHOCKWAVE THERAPY as part of our osteopathy services. ๐ŸŽ‰๐ŸŽ‰
What's Shockwave Therapy? โšก๐ŸŒŠ
Shockwave Therapy is a non-invasive, clinically proven treatment that uses acoustic waves to stimulate deep tissue repair and growth. It's a powerful tool that can help accelerate recovery, reduce pain, and enhance mobility.
Benefits of Shockwave Therapy:
๐ŸŸข Pain Relief: The therapy promotes immediate relief from chronic pain.
๐ŸŸข Faster Healing: It stimulates your body's natural healing processes.
๐ŸŸข Non-Invasive: No surgery or medication needed.
๐ŸŸข Improved Mobility: It can help restore movement and improve quality of life.
Shockwave Therapy is your ticket to a pain-free and more active life, from treating joint pain and muscular discomforts to tackling sports injuries. ๐Ÿƒโ€โ™€๏ธ๐Ÿƒโ€โ™‚๏ธ
Mark your calendars ๐Ÿ—“๏ธ and get ready to step into the future of holistic health and wellness! We can't wait to guide you on this new journey toward optimal health!
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Dominic Thibeault, MOT, BSc Kin!

05-08-2023

We are pleased to welcome Dominic Thibeault, a skilled manual osteopathic therapist and kinesiologist. With a holistic approach and diverse expertise, Dominic is dedicated to providing personalized care for his client's well-being. Fluent in English and French, he ensures effective communication and inclusivity in his practice.

Dominic Manual Osteopath

To learn more about Sam or to schedule, please visit: https://naturologycentre.com/dominic/

Welcome Cassandra Avery, RMT!

04-10-2023

Introducing Cassandra Avery, a skilled massage therapist from Newfoundland, now thriving in Moncton. Dedicated to her client's well-being, she combines techniques and continuously expands her expertise for personalized massagetreatments.

Cassandra - Massage Therapy (RMT)

To learn more about Sam or to schedule, please visit: https://naturologycentre.com/cassandra/

Welcome Samuel Blanchard, RMT!

02-06-2023

We are pleased to welcome Samuel Blanchard, RMT, to our team of Massage Therapists! Samuel graduated in 2019 and is passionate about helping clients rehabilitate, improve sports performance, or pursue preventative wellness care.
Bilingual - English & French

Samuel - Moncton Massage Therapy Team

To learn more about Sam or to schedule, please visit: https://naturologycentre.com/samuel/

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Can Acupuncture Reduce Headaches?

06-22-2022

Summary:ย Researchers report acupuncture may help alleviate symptoms for sufferers of chronic tension headaches.

Source:ย AAN

Acupuncture may reduce headaches for people who have chronic tension-type headaches, according to a study published in the June 22, 2022, online issue ofย Neurology.

Tension headaches are characterized by a pressing or tightening sensation on both sides of the head that is mild to moderate in intensity. These headaches are not aggravated by physical activity and are not accompanied by nausea. Tension headaches are classified as chronic if they occur at least 15 days per month.

โ€œTension-type headaches are one of the most common types of headaches and people who have a lot of these headaches may be looking for alternatives to medication,โ€ said study author Ying Li, MD, PhD, of Chengdu University of Traditional Chinese Medicine in Chengdu, China.

โ€œOur study found that acupuncture reduces the average number of headache days per month for those struggling with these painful and disruptive headache attacks.โ€

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Welcome Terence Laverdure, D. TCM., R.Ac., Dipl.S.T. N.C., TTMP!

06-14-2022

Dr. Terence Laverdure began his career in health care in 1996 and is a Doctor of Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM), specializing in providing affordable acupuncture treatments at our Moncton centre.
Matter and Energy are One, and that Matters. So let us put Energy into what Matters!

Dr. Terence Acupuncture

To learn more about Dr. Terence or to schedule, please visit: https://naturologycentre.com/drterence/

Welcome Jonathan Rose, RMT!

12-29-2021

We are welcoming Jonathan Rose, RMT, to our team of practitioners this new year 2022! He specializes in Therapeutic Massage, Sports Massage, Wellness Care, General Swedish Massage, Joint Mobilizations, and Trigger Point Therapy and is looking forward to helping clients achieve the best version of themselves.

Jonathan Massage Therapist

To learn more about Jonathan or to schedule, please visit: https://naturologycentre.com/jonathan/.

Welcome Jolรจne Arseneault, RMT!

09-20-2021

We are happy to welcome Jolรจne Arseneault, RMT, to our team of massage therapy practitioners! She specializes in therapeutic massage and wellness care and looks forward to helping clients feel their best.

Bilingual - English & French

Jolene Massage Therapy RMT

To learn more about Jolรจne or to schedule, please visit:ย https://naturologycentre.com/jolene/.

25 Reasons for Massage

25 Reasons People Get Massage Therapy

Many people are getting therapeutic massage therapy to experience a variety of health and wellness benefits. (no particular order)

  1. Alleviate postoperative painReasons for Massage Therapy
  2. Stress Management
  3. Chronic neck pain
  4. Fibromyalgia pain
  5. Better sleep quality
  6. Dementia mitigation
  7. Rest and Relaxation
  8. Improve Quality of life
  9. Range of motion
  10. Improve balance
  11. Sports or exercise performance
  12. Increase your cardiovascular health
  13. Lessen anxiety
  14. Lower blood pressure
  15. Osteoarthritis pain can be reduced
  16. Nausea caused by chemotherapy
  17. Lower the frequency of migraines
  18. Rheumatoid arthritis pain
  19. Reduce the severity of Carpal Tunnel Syndrome symptoms
  20. Reduced joint replacement discomfort
  21. Reducing stress in cancer patients
  22. General relaxation of muscles
  23. Depression symptoms
  24. Headaches caused by tension
  25. Lower backaches and pains

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