7 mistakes to avoid when scheduling a massage
1) Booking an appointment for today
Booking an appointment on the day may feel attractive if you’re suffering from pain and you need to experience relief. However, bear in mind that re-active massage usually only relieves pain. Pro-actively scheduling your massage in advance delivers better outcomes such as resolving the symptom, improving joint function and “tops you up” before you actually need it – it’s what smart people do! The best massage therapists also get booked up in advance meaning that only the “always available” therapist is free to see you today. Quiet therapists are less likely to deliver long term benefit to you, so you can get stuck at the pain relief level!