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Certified Massage Therapist

imagesDiana Mountanos of Pure Yoga Pattaya – 200 300 500 HOUR Module – Core Flow Vinyasa Teacher Training School of Yoga, here in Pattaya, is a Certified Massage Therapist since 2001 and treating Pattaya locals since 2014.

Deep Tissue Massage, Soft/Medium Tissue Massage, Lymphatic Drainage Massage,Gentle Massage and Medical Therapeutic Massage are available.

Diana works with clients who have injuries in specific areas, in particular osteoarthritis in the hip or low back, torn meniscus in knee, muscles tears or strains, joint issues, chronic low back, neck pain, and uses physical therapy protocol directed to the affected area(s) in the massage. Diana uses Cross Friction massage as well Rolfing inspired structural integration as a way to reduce chronic pain and chronic muscle tension if applicable. Scar tissue break up, increased range of motion reduction of chronic stress are just some of the benefits

If you have a CHRONIC neck, back, lower back, or knee injury pain and have not seen a doctor for x rays and treatment plan, Diana will ask you to take those steps prior to working with you.

INTENSIVE STRETCHING

Supine Lumbar Flexion is the right choice after your low back surgery. You should start with gentle back flexion daily exercises from your doctor or physical therapist. Start as soon as you feel well enough to move and after the healing process has occurred. Back flexion exercises can help safely stretch your low back muscles. They can also be used to gently stretch the scar tissue in your low back from the surgical incision.

If you suffer from chronic low back pain or have had back surgery, start by walking (the lowest impact for weight) with intensive, but guided stretching. This helps to improve blood flow throughout your body, will bring in oxygen and nutrients to your spinal muscles and tissues as they heal after surgery, and after they return to their normal functionality.
Walking with guided daily stretching or (bi-weekly intensive stretching) also helps to improve your cardiovascular health, keeping your heart and lungs functioning properly after lumbar surgery.

Walking is a great low-impact exercise because it avoids unwanted motion to the spine and actually aides in bone fusion (growth). So yes, you can still be a very active person after spinal fusion surgery! You should know, though, that your spine may feel stiffer after your surgery and even after your fusion heals. 5 of the most important benefits of stretching: Reduced muscle tension, Increased range of movement in the joints, enhanced muscular coordination, improves your posture, reduce stress and body aches.

Stretching is the deliberate lengthening of muscles in order to increase muscle flexibility and joint range of motion. Stretching activities are an important part of any exercise or rehabilitation program. They help warm the body up prior to activity thus decreasing the risk of injury as well as muscle soreness.

LYMPHATIC DRAINAGE MASSAGE

What Are the Benefits of Lymph Drainage Massage? 

  • Lymph drainage massages can help with healing after surgery. …
  • Improved Immune System. The immune system is tied to the lymphatic system. …
  • Relaxation. Most massages are relaxing because they are quiet and involve the personal touch of a licensed specialist.
Lymphatic massage, also called lymphatic drainage or manual lymph drainage, is a technique developed in Germany for treatment of lymphedema, an accumulation of fluid that can occur after lymph nodes are removed during surgery, most often a mastectomy for breast cancer.

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