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RJO Massage Therapy Blog

Thank you for visiting our blog. Find sports massage and massage therapy advice, hints and tips from RJO Massage Therapy in our blog. If you need any advice and would like us to write a blog post, contact us with your idea.

What Causes Ankle Sprains and How To Prevent Them | Understand Your Pain Have you ever wondered why the same ankle gets frequent hurt time and time again? You have done everything you think is right but the pain still persists. Maybe this video can open your eyes on methods to help prevent future sprains and what to do when you get one. Ref: Rehab and Revive (https://www.youtube.com/chan Continue...

Kneecaps - What do they do?

Monday, April 24, 2017 by
Kneecaps - Do we need them? Have you ever looked at your kneecaps and wondered what its for? What is the point? The kneecap or patella is a sesmoid bone which a very important structure to help increase the lever arms in knee movement. It is very common for people who have poor movement patterns to experience pain within the knee area. Watch this basic example and model experiment (of course this isn't Continue...
** BIG NEWS ** New Cardiff Premises & RJO Expands to Cwmbran We are proud to finally announce that after months of planning we are moving into our new premises in Cardiff as of next Monday 10th April 2017. We have partnered up with Health and Sports Physiotherapy to provide our Sports Massage and Rehabilitation services from their well-established clinic in Llanishen, Cardiff. Our current practitio Continue...
Kinesio Taping - Lymphatic Drainage I have posted about this form of treatment before when using it on a client but after injuring my ankle in a tackle yesterday in football I thought it was a good time to revisit the topic. What is the Lymphatic System? Consists of lymph vessels that carry lymphatic fluid. Removes substances, including excess fluids, cellular debris and infectious organisms. Do Continue...

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