Every desk worker who has spent hours at the computer knows the feeling: tightness starting in the shoulders, creeping up the neck and spreading pain between the shoulder blades and into the head. But what is so special about desk work that makes it such a pain in the neck?!
Most people use massage in the clinic as a therapy to relax, calm and relieve pain, or to ease hypertoned, tight muscles. But the underutilized aspect of massage therapy, enhanced recovery and muscular regeneration, is often overlooked.