Efficacy of Massage Therapy for Pain

Efficacy of Massage Therapy for Pain

Massage therapy is being used as a non-pharmacologic approach to pain relief specifically for patients suffering from MS. According to the American Massage Therapy Association, massage therapy can ease a variety of types of pain associated with Multiple Sclerosis when used over a six week period.

In addition to improving pain, massage has shown beneficial results in improving fatigue and spasticity in patients with MS. Beyond pain management, these studies show how massage therapy improves the quality of life for MS patients. This is another area of symptom management where massage has shown promising results to ease pain.

The Soma Institute in Chicago has brought together students from all backgrounds to train in the healing arts profession. The only U.S. school that offers a diploma in Clinical Massage Therapy, The Soma Institute believes in massage with a purpose and gives their students the experience they need to succeed in the real world. Find out more about training at the Soma Institute by calling today. Give them a call at 1.800.694.5314.

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