MassageImage ChairMassageImage massageImage

Benefits of Massage Therapy


How Can Massage Be Medically Beneficial?

Massage therapy has risen above the term “alternative therapy”. Current day, it’s a vital part of the health care practices of many people living in today's stress-heavy world. Traditional healthcare facilities throughout North America are finally recognizing the important therapeutic benefits that massage therapy lends its patients. Of late, massage therapy has become integral to the health care industry. It’s used to treat every patient imaginable – those with illnesses, chronic diseases, and also average people who are looking to attain a higher sense of well-being, and inner and outer harmony. Recently, Health Forum released their annual survey, conducted on behalf of the American Massage Therapy Association (AMTA). The new national survey polled hospitals and clinics across the nation on their use of massage therapy. The survey revealed that the number of hospitals that now offer massage therapy as a patient service has increased by more than one third over the past two years. This means that American hospitals have recognized the benefits that massage affords patients, and as result 71 percent are now offering massage therapy for stress management, patient comfort, improved joint and muscle mobility, pregnancy, physical therapy, infant care, as part of their post-and-per-operative regimes and to comfort those in hospice facilities. Of those surveyed:

divider divider

New Reseach Finding On The Benefits of Massage


Non-surgical treatment of common shoulder injury may increase chances of return-to-play

Survey Shows Massage Ranks With Medications for Relief of Pain

Study suggests touch therapy helps reduce pain, nausea in cancer patients

Don't Call It Pampering: Massage Wants to Be Medicine

The New York Times Acticle, How Massage Heals Sore Muscles

Mayo Clinic Finding on Massage

Buck Institute study pdf


Solid research has proven that massage therapy can:


Detail Benefits From Massage: