More and more, the medical community is touting the health benefits of massage therapy as one piece of your surgery recovery. Massage stimulates your blood flow, which speeds the healing process. Besides, it makes you feel good, even if you choose just to get a massage well away from your surgical site.
Relieves nerve and muscle pain
Encourages oxygen and nutrients to move in your body.
Increases the production of endorphins
Reduces muscle spasms and tightness
Helps your skin recuperate from the surgery
Improves your mood
Post-Op Massage Concerns
While you can’t jump right from the operating table to the massage table, it’s generally safe to begin massage sessions once your external incision point has healed fully. The incision area may feel tender for some time so we can work around that.