Therapeutic Massage

Everybody is Special

Special Massage: Actually it is a special treatment

  • Treatment for anxiety step by step.

  • Treatment of panic attacks

  • Treatment for carpal tunnel

  • Treatment for sinusitis

  • Treatment for cruralgia - pain in the upper leg

  • Treatment for tingling in the arms and hands

  • Treatment for hip pain

  • Treatment for knee pain

  • Treatment for depression

  • Treatment for the groin

  • Treatment for menstruation

  • Treatment for pregnant women

  • Treatment for elbow

  • Treatment for shoulders

  • Treatment for Baker's cyst

  • Treatment for bunions = eating lumps

  • Treatment for ingrown nails

  • Treatment for ankle pain

  • Treatment for cellulite and stomach

  • Treatment lasts 60 minutes to 90 minutes

    • Immediate release: Massage techniques for the following problems

    • Trigeminal Nerve

    • The trigeminal nerve is the largest and most complex of the cranial nerves, sending fibers to innervate all muscles controlling both jaw movements and the skin of virtually the whole face and the skull.1,2The trigeminal nerve is formed by sensory and motor portions; the sensory portion supplies touch – pain – temperature to the face by the the trigeminal nerve's three divisions: the ophthalmic, maxillary, and mandibular nerves. The mandibular division carries the sensory portion that conveys proprioceptive impulses from the temporomandibular joint. The motor portion of the trigeminal nervesupplies the muscles of mastication, producing elevation, depression, protrusion, retraction, and side-to-side movements of the mandible.

    • Gastric reflux

    • Constipation

    • Cystitis

    • Also cystitis. Is accompanied by complaints such as frequent and painful urination, production of cloudy, sometimes pussy urine

    • Stop tuxedo

    • Excessive sweating of hands and feet

    • Alopecia

    • Alopecia areata (the name means patchy baldness) is a hair condition in which a person becomes partially bald quite suddenly.

    • Breast milk production for new mothers

    • Halitosis and frequent caries

    • Bad Breath, medically called halitosis, can result from poor dental health habits and may be a sign of other health problems. Bad breath can also be made worse by the types of foods you eat and other unhealthy lifestyle habits.

    • Frequent cramps

    • Sleepwalking and teeth grinding

    • Frequent nightmares.

  • 70 euros