Updated: Nov 16, 2021
As we grow older, our body functions will gradually degenerate, and some physical, limb and joint diseases will follow: back pain, numbness of the limbs, chest tightness, poor gastrointestinal and so on. This type of disease can be effectively improved by massage. Massage is a good choice for health preservation and has many benefits for seniors like:
Colds—Seniors can treat mild colds through massage. with professional techniques, it can also enhance physical fitness, improve body immunity, and enhance disease resistance, thereby effectively preventing colds.
Rheumatoid arthritis—Massage can improve the function of various organs, at the same time can prevent joint adhesion, contracture and stiffness, promote blood circulation throughout the body, restore joint mobility.
Hemiplegia—massage has a significant effect on seniors with cerebral thrombosis. At the same time, it also has many benefits for hemiplegia caused by cerebral hemorrhage: it can not only increase the blood supply to the brain, facilitate the absorption of brain edema, but also relieve limb spasms, which is beneficial Recovery of limb motor function.
Hypertension—Many people with high blood pressure have their blood pressure decreased to varying degrees after massage. And massage can not only help lower blood pressure but also improve symptoms and relieve headaches and dizziness.
Bioelectric Sports Massage is ideal for Seniors, which reduces problems with chronic inflammation and pain.
But not all seniors are suitable for massage, There is a possibility that has a severe negative effect if the massage method is wrong or the senior's condition does not allow to have a massage.
The following Senior people may not suit for massage.
1. Seniors with acute spinal injury and myelitis symptoms whose diagnosis is not clear;
2. Seniors with acute soft tissue injury and local swelling;
3. Seniors who are suspicious or have been diagnosed with bone, joint or soft tissue tumors;
4. Osteomyelitis, bone and joint tuberculosis, senile osteoporosis and other bone diseases;
5. Seniors with severe heart, lung, and brain illnesses;
6. Seniors who have mental illness and cannot cooperate with doctors;
7. Seniors have various joint diseases and lumbar disc herniation in the acute stage.