Sports Massage

              Sports Massage       *current clients only*

At AMZ Clinical Massage, we work with a wide range of athletes and sports enthusiasts, helping them recover from events, manage injuries and maintain optimal performance throughout their training season.


Depending on an athlete's needs and goals, sessions may utilize a combination of many different techniques. Neuromuscular therapy with a combination of cupping Therapy is particularly effective in facilitating the recovery of athletic injuries, such as muscle strains, tendonitis, and other overuse injuries. In addition, Neuromuscular Therapy focuses on observing posture and movement to help identify other structural factors contributing to the pain problem.


Sports Massage is an important part of training for any athlete, whether the most competitive athlete training for a triathlon or the more casual athlete who exercises more sporadically or even just on the weekend.


Sports Massage helps prevent injury by keeping muscles mobile and elastic.  Your recovery time will be shortened since massage helps oxygen and nutrients flow, flushing out toxins in muscles that have been pushed hard. If you are working through an injury.


Sports Massage helps speed up recovery time.  When left untreated, an injury can cause a build up of scar tissue, affecting injured tissue as well as spreading to healthy tissue.  Sports Massage uses techniques to break down that scar tissue to prevent further pain and additional injury.




Energize an athlete's body and mind without fatiguing it, increase circultation.Create a realaxed state of suppleness within the tissueProvide a tissue warm-up and stretch over multiple planes of motion, experiencd at full effort.



Facilitate full muscle relaxation to lower local metabolic rate and increase circulation.Uses gentle motion and techniques to avoid triggering a spasm in fatigued muscles.


Manintenance and Rehabilitation

Maintain overall tissue suppleness. Early intervention of developing problems in specific muscles and tissues.Freeing of adhesions and unaligned scar tissue in specific sites of injury.Strengthening and neuromuscular retraining to promote correct muscle balance.



Helps the body recover from the stresses of exercise, and speeds the rebuilding phase of conditioning.The physiological benefits of massage include improved blood and lumph circulation, muscle relaxation, and general relaxation.These, in turn, lead to removal of waste products and better cell nutritions, normalization and greater elasticity of tissues, deactivation of trigger points,and faster healing of injuries. It all adds up to relief from soreness and stiffness, better flexibility, and less potential for future injury.