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Jun 2017
How to manage migraines and chronic headaches

Chronic headaches and regular migraines can have a significant impact on someone’s life. Migraines are often described as a condition with very specific, debilitating headaches, often accompanied by sensitivity to light, sound, feeling of nausea or sickness. Chronic headaches, on the other hand, can be associated with stress and tension. The pain is often dull and moderate but can last long and be difficult to tolerate without any remedies. Massage Therapy Fulham explains how to manage and prevent this uncomfortable condition, leaving you to enjoy your life without any worry.

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06
Jun 2017
Pregnancy Massage at Fulham Massage & Wellness

Pregnancy – how it affects woman’s body

During pregnancy, there are number of physiological changes that occur throughout all nine months: starting from hormonal changes, through physical adaptations to emotional preparation for the baby to arrive. Pregnancy massage helps to cope with all these changes, making the process easier and much more special.

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27
May 2017
Massage Fulham and Parsons Green – why does it matter?

Massage plays an important role for many people. We often associate it just as a treatment for professional athletes or as a treat when visiting a spa for a pampering weekend. There is, however, another meaning to a massage and here is why massage in Fulham is a part of the lifestyle.

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12
May 2017
Fascia and myofascial release: massage or bodywork?

More and more people visiting Fulham Massage & Wellness have recently been asking about what fascia is or whether our therapists could perform myofascial release in london fulham. This relatively new discovery about fascia has truly changed the way we think about the structure and functionality of a human body. There is still very little known about fascia in the scientific department, but here is what has been discovered so far.

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04
May 2017
Great tips on how to manage and relieve back pain

Back pain is one of the most common conditions we treat at Fulham Massage & Wellness. Very often, our therapists can go beyond treating just the pain and stiffness, they would be able to identify where the problem is coming from and point out any imbalances in the body. Pain, tightness or a spasm are usually results of the long term underlying issue that patiently wait for the final triggering factor that brings it out to light.

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12
Apr 2017
Massage for Neck & Shoulder Pain

The neck and shoulder joints suffer disproportionately more from pain, ache and discomfort than the rest of the body’s musculoskeletal system. In fact most people who see us for the first time in our Fulham clinic request us to focus our attention on these body parts. In fact, the discomfort experienced in the neck and shoulders has perhaps contributed to the use of some commonly used phrases being intertwined into the English language. Someone “being a pain in the neck”, “carrying the weight of the world on your shoulders”, or “wearing your shoulders like ear rings” can often be said of a person when they are experiencing life situations that go hand in hand with neck and shoulder pain.

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27
Mar 2017
How to maximise the benefits of massage treatment?

Although neck and shoulder pain is the most common problem we see at Fulham Massage & Wellness, our therapists can also treat the following conditions:

  • Back pain and sciatica
  • Headaches
  • Arthritis
  • Repetitive strain injuries
  • Sporting injuries (& helping to improve sporting performance)
  • Adverse symptoms of pregnancy
  • Stress, anxiety and depression

With hundreds of treatments a month, we have an extensive experience in treating people - no matter what their goal or aim is. Although most of our clients feel better immediately, there are many after-effects that can be experienced after a thorough massage.

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06
Mar 2017
Swedish Massage - therapy for stress relief or neck & shoulder pain?

What is Swedish Massage?

Swedish massage is the name of the type of massage that was developed in Sweden in the mid 19th century by Per Henrik Ling. It has become the most commonly offered and best-known type of massage available in the UK. The idea behind Swedish Massage is to create greater blood flow to the muscles and soft tissues by using a combination of long strokes, kneading motions, friction, stretching and tapping. It is usually offered as a full body treatment.

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