Abstract:An Infusion Mat for RTM (Rural Therapeutic Massage) uses compression-based, heat-treating methods of filling a soft, textured area in order to relieve
An Infusion Mat for RTM (Rural Therapeutic Massage) uses compression-based, heat-treating methods of filling a soft, textured area in order to relieve pressure on the muscles while relieving stiffness and improving circulation.
The textured areas are usually pre-filled with either a gel or powdered material which is then injected into the affected area. A trigger is often used for injecting the material so that it will conform to the shape of the muscles and tendons. This allows the muscles and tendons to receive only the very best of the treatment due to the increased pressure being placed upon them. The massaging action of the massage therapist will be enhanced because of the higher friction and contact pressure between the patient and the mat itself.Because the dense texture and specialized design of an Infusion Mat for RTM makes it difficult to use as a regular support structure when working with clients, most massage therapists instead use other tools such as a roller or their hands in order to apply the treatment.
A roller is the most common tool and often used for simple back and neck work. Hands on techniques include kneading, tapping, squeezing and rubbing. A massage therapist can also use light electrical stimulation to stimulate specific points in the body using the fingertips or palms of their hands. This type of stimulation has been known to help relieve muscle spasms in patients suffering from conditions such as Fibromyalgia.In addition to using a standard massaging tool on a regular basis, many massaging therapists also use Infusion Matter for specific purposes.
These may include stretching, strengthening and joint relief. The density of the material means that it provides greater resistance than other traditional massaging products such as oils, creams and lotions. It also provides greater direct pain relief because it targets specific areas in the body. For example, if a client suffers from tennis elbow, the therapist can apply a massaging gel specifically to the affected tendons in order to relieve the pain.Massage therapy can have several benefits but unfortunately, some people have experienced unwanted side effects from using them.
Although these are relatively rare, there have been cases where individuals experience skin sensitivity and allergic reactions to certain chemicals used during treatments. However, these are typically mild and do not usually persist for long. There are also some questions surrounding the use of Injection Matter. Some practitioners believe that this form of therapy is not completely safe and may actually cause more problems than it cures. They point out that the procedure is only meant to be done once and that any problems caused by overuse may result in scarring or permanent damage.The great thing about Injection Matter is that it is a painless procedure that can be performed at home.
One benefit is that it offers immediate results. The pain caused by sore muscles is often relieved within a few minutes. Many clients who have tried it also report having a reduction in soreness and pain even after an hour or so. Since the technique relaxes the muscles, it also promotes better circulation throughout the body. This improves the overall health of the entire body.It is important to point out that there is no need to move from one place to another when having a massage.
The massage therapist simply needs to adjust the position of the infusions and apply them to the targeted area. These mats are also referred to as "hot pads" or "hot sponges." Many therapists find these very useful in their own offices because they can be used when performing massages on patients who are uncomfortable having a massage in their own home.