Massage can help you achieve deep relaxation and promote healing. Learn more about how it works and its positive effects.
Attack pain in your neck and back with these simple, inexpensive massage tools, like foam rollers.
Pressing on trigger points (giving yourself a trigger point self-massage) can help release those tight muscle knots in your neck. Here’s how.
Find the answers to questions that pique your curiosity in our series, “The Short Answer.” Licensed massage therapist Tracy Segall fields this one about soreness after massage.
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Did you know massage therapy can increase your physical fitness? It can also relieve pain, reduce stress and improve sleep, mental health and wellness. A Cleveland Clinic massage therapist explains the different techniques.
Not all massages are the same. Some offer more medical value; others focus on relaxation. What do you need to know, and how do you choose which is best?
Massages aren’t only for relaxation. Medical, or therapeutic, massage can help with serious medical issues from low back pain to migraines to whiplash. Find out what to expect.