Extreme Recovery is dedicated to delivering quality massages to assist you in maintaining a healthy lifestyle. Our goal together is prevention of injury or recovery after one. Overcompensation is a problem in most but we are here to help.
In order to provide you with the best experience, we will match you with the right therapist for your specific issue.
Our massage therapists can assess your needs so you get the perfect massage you'll love.
Sports massage therapist is a special form of massage and is typically used before, during, and after athletic events. The purpose of the massage is to prepare the athlete for peak performance, to drain away fatigue, to relieve swelling, to reduce lower back pain, to promote flexibility and to prevent injuries.
Benefits: Reduces heart rate and blood pressure, increases blood circulation and lymph flow, reduces muscle tension, improves flexibility and relieves pain due to sciatica or other muscle related triggers.
Cranial sacral therapy is referred to as Cranialsacral therapy and relieves compression in the bones of the head, sacrum (triangular bone in low back) and spinal column. Blockages in the central nervous system can be manipulated through gentle pressure of these areas, which can aid in the bodies ability to heal.
Benefits: Migraines and headaches, fibromyalgia, TMJ, Trauma recovery (whiplash).
Deep Tissue Massage reaches deeper layers of muscles. It is used to break down knots and relieve pressure points throughout the body. This massage is beneficial for athletes and those who sit for long periods of time.
Benefits: Unstick fibers of the muscles while releasing deep-hold patterns of tension, removing toxins.
Trigger Point Therapy is a bodywork technique that involves the applying of pressure to relax muscle tissue in order to relieve pain and dysfunction in other parts of the body. Massage and Trigger point are done together.
Benefits: re-educate muscle into pain-free habits, better range of motion and circulation
The most effective type of massage therapy for low back pain is neuromuscular therapy, also called trigger point myotherapy.
Benefits: stops spasms, gives better oxygen and removes lactic acid from muscles
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Reflexology is a gentle form of therapeutic treatment applied to the feet and sometimes to the hands. Originated in 1913, this holistic healing technique aims to treat the individual as a whole, in order to induce a state of balance and harmony.
Benefits: Migraine, sinus problems, breathing disorders, digestive problems, circulatory problems, back problems, tension and stress.
Medical massage usually prescribed by a physician is generally practiced in relation to a specific goal focused on improving health of patients.
Benefits: Repetitive motion injuries, Thoracic outlet syndrome, muscle spasms, neuromuscular conditions etc..
What is massage therapy? Massage is to work and act on the body with pressure. Massage techniques are commonly applied with hands, fingers, elbows, knees, forearms, feet, or device. The purpose of massage is generally for the treatment of body stress or pain.
What type of massage should I get? It is totally up to you, but a consultation will help you understand what you need vs what you want. Deep tissue is the ideal.
I do not like Deep Tissue because it hurts, but I don't like the light pressure of swedish, what should I do? Massage Therapist should be able to gauge their pressure to add or pull back on pressure so consult with your therapist and adjust.
Should there be bruises after a massage? Sometimes if a therapist works deep in a muscle group there may be some bruising, the more you get massages the less you will bruise.
How often should I get a massage? In the beginning of your healing journey plan on once every three weeks, after your 3rd visit, if all went according to plan, the therapist will have you come once a month or maybe even every five weeks.
Jacksonville, FL and surrounding area
Monday - 8am - 8pm
Tuesday - 8:00am-10:00am & 2:30pm-8:00pm
Wednesday - 8:00am - 11:30am & 3:30pm- 8:00pm
Thursday - 8:00am -10:00am & 2:30pm - 8:00pm
Friday - 10am - 8pm
Saturday - 10:00am - 8:00pm