Recovery and pain relief through massage: Dunedin's Rowan Ellis
Our qualified Massage Therapy Team is trained in the effective treatment of Musculoskeletal pain, using hands-on techniques built on Rowan Ellis’ extensive knowledge of massage, movement and exercise. Pain can be caused by many things, like recent or historical injuries, poor movement or exercise techniques, sustained under-use of muscles, or poor posture. Habitual activities can create tension, exceeding your body's load tolerance levels resulting in stiffness and pain.
With our own electrode diagnostic EMG technology*, we can pinpoint the cause of your pain and design a personalized treatment plan that provides the best possible outcome for the individual.
If you or someone you know is suffering from long term pain or is struggling to recover from an injury, then booking a consult with Body Synergy could be the answer.
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Massage therapy for chronic back muscle pain
Professional massage provides a deeper level of treatment that you can’t achieve from the less hands-on methods available. Many of our clients at Body Synergy have already done the rounds of physio, osteopathy and other types of therapy before they find us, some who have lived with chronic back muscle pain for years and others with acute injuries. Rowan makes a full and thorough assessment using surface EMG to identify the cause of the pain and prescribe a massage treatment and exercise regime designed to correct the problem and aid recovery.
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Recovery training and massage for Dunedin's elite athletes
Anyone can book in for bodywork from Makayla Frost and Abbey Johnston, our fully qualified massage therapists. Makayla and Abbey have been personally trained by Rowan and work alongside him here in Dunedin, providing remedial, deep tissue massage required for better recovery from sports training and competition; from the weekend warriors to elite athletes, Makayla and Abbey can help keep you active in your chosen code for longer.