*Injury massage creates tension and stretch that breaks up excess scar tissue and helps align the new tissue fibers. This process makes the injured site stronger and less prone to new injury.
*Massage also increases circulation to the injured area, bringing needed nutrients and removing waste products produced in the healing process.
*Massage for injury requires a regular schedule, at least once a week. In some cases, you will see much faster results with a twice-a-week schedule.
*Injury massage isn't necessarily relaxing and can leave you feeling sore for a day or two. However, it’s not necessary to be in a lot of pain after the massage that’s too much work always let your massage therapist know how you felt after your last massage.