Deep Tissue Massages in Atlanta
Located on Buford Hwy Near I-285
We use only organic massage oils, safe and beneficial for the skin!
Deep tissue massages focus on targeting the deepest layers of your muscles. This form of massage is highly effective in relieving chronic aches and pains. Patients who’ve experienced serious muscle or tendon injuries, whether due to sports or any other strenuous physical activities, are encouraged to consider deep tissue massage therapy.
What Makes Deep Tissue Massage So Popular?
The Journal of Alternative Complementary Medicine conducted a study and found that several subjects saw significant drops in blood pressure after a single 60-minute deep tissue massage therapy session (read article).
Deep tissue massage therapy not only heals muscle pain but can also treat other muscle problems while improving range of motion. Apart from chronic pain, muscle pain, and injury rehabilitation, deep tissue massage is also recommended for the following:
- Limited Mobility
- Lower Back Pain
- Posture Problems
- Osteoarthritis Pain
- Tennis Elbow
- Piriformis Syndrome
- Muscle Spasms
- Muscle Tension
- Repetitive Strain Injuries
To get the most out of deep tissue massage, it helps to exercise regularly and practice good posture.
How Does It Work?
Deep tissue massage uses direct contact with your muscle tissue to apply pressure and break down bands of painful and rigid muscle tissues. Deep tissue massage uses slow and heavy strokes that go against the grain of your muscles.
You may experience slight soreness after your massage. However, it usually subsides after a few days. Your muscles should be relaxed for therapists to reach the deeper musculature.
Experience the Difference at Treat Your Feet
Treat Your Feet only uses organic oils, as they have no side effects and are very beneficial to your skin. Our professional massage therapists, have provided deep tissue massage to people in the Atlanta area for many years and helped relieve people from stiffness that causes pain while also aligning their muscles.