Healing Touch Charlotte licensed massage therapist and owner David Turner talks about his upcoming educational retreat this October. “I am very excited about this additional training. I have a great respect for - and focus on - medical massage. Orthopedic and assessment strategies will help me help my clients even more.”
The focus of October’s course deals with the lower body, but this initial training is only the beginning – it’s the beginning of an assessment and treatment path which will eventually cover treating the entire body with Orthopedic Massage, not just the lower portion.
David explains, “Several people have asked me what Orthopedic Massage is. When dealing with the lower body, it often deals with low back pain, shin splints, knee injuries, piriformis syndrome, illotibial syndrome, plantar fasciitis, and other nerve entrapment related pain. David stresses. Orthopedic massage for the upper body can help with frozen shoulder syndrome, thoracic outlet issues, sciatica, compressed discs, SI joint issues, whiplash injuries, arthritis, and tech neck.
“Yes, I know - that’s a long description,”
For those who are interested to read more about massage therapy basics and get detailed information about different types of massages, David Turner runs blog at Healing Touch Charlotte website http://www.healingtouchcharlotte.com/
David Turner also wants to remind the Charlotte public that Healing Touch Charlotte massage center remains open for business during the construction on Commonwealth Avenue.
For more information and updates, please visit the Healing Touch Charlotte web page http://www.healingtouchcharlotte.com or call 704-996-1460.