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Indications and contraindications for the appointment of massage

Massage is necessary for everyone – both adults and children, and the elderly (in the absence of contraindications).

First of all, massage is necessary for healthy people to maintain good health and the prevention of various diseases.

The structure and nature of the body’s response to massage is different depending on:

from the functional state of the higher parts of the central nervous higher system – the ratio of nervous processes, excitement or inhibition;
from the functional state of the peripheral system of devices of the receptor field, which is subjected to massage effects;
from the clinical manifestation of the disease;
on the nature and methods of applying massage, especially on its dosage.
INDICATIONS FOR MASSAGE
By systems:
Diseases of the cardiovascular system – therapeutic massage, breast massage, acupressure, self-massage, massage at home.
Respiratory diseases – therapeutic massage, breast massage, back massage, foot massage, honey massage, can massage, massage at home.
Injuries, diseases of the musculoskeletal system – therapeutic massage, hand massage, foot massage, back massage, foot massage, acupressure, Chinese massage, Thai massage.
Diseases and injuries of the nervous system – therapeutic massage, relaxing, Thai massage, foot massage, acupressure.
Digestive diseases – therapeutic massage, vacuum massage, foot massage.
Inflammatory diseases of male and female genital organs – urological – prostate massage, gynecological, acupressure, Thai massage, vacuum massage.
Skin diseases – therapeutic massage, acupressure.
Diseases of the ear, throat, nose – face massage, therapeutic massage, head massage, acupressure.
Eye diseases – facial massage, acupressure.
Metabolic disorders – therapeutic massage, anti-cellulite massage.
Indications for therapeutic massage:
Pain in the back, lower back, neck.
Headaches.
Osteochondrosis.
Bruises, sprains, tendons and ligaments.
Fractures at all stages of healing.
Functional disorders after fracture and dislocation (joint stiffness, muscle changes, scar tissue adhesions).
Arthritis in the subacute and chronic stages.
Neuralgia and neuritis.
Sciatica
Paralysis.
Chronic heart muscle failure.
Angina pectoris.
Hypertonic disease.
Arterial hypotension
The rehabilitation period after myocardial infarction.
Chronic gastritis.
Impaired motor function of the large intestine.
Bronchitis.
Pneumonia.
Bronchial asthma.
Peptic ulcer of the stomach and duodenum (without exacerbation).
Physical overwork.
Mental overwork
CONTRAINDICATIONS FOR MASSAGE
Before conducting therapeutic massage, all contraindications must be taken into account. There are much more than hygienic massage:

Various blood diseases.
Acute inflammatory process in the body.
High fever and acute febrile massaged.
Bleeding and predisposition to them.
Purulent processes.
Scurvy.
Various skin diseases, diseases of the nails, scalp of an infectious, fungal or unclear origin, as well as warts, damage to the skin, skin rashes, skin irritations, pustular and acute inflammatory processes on the surface of the skin, herpes, eczema, hirsutism, molluscum contagiosum, etc. . P.
The presence of abrasions, cracks and other skin lesions.
The presence of trophic ulcers, gangrene.
Acute inflammation, thrombosis, varicose veins with trophic disorders.
Thromboangiitis complicated by cerebral arteriosclerosis, peripheral arteriosclerosis.
Angiitis.
Inflammation of the lymph nodes and blood vessels, painful, enlarged lymph nodes, soldered to the skin.
Aneurysms of the heart, aorta, blood vessels.
Exacerbations of diseases of the autonomic nervous system (ganglionitis)
Hemorrhages in the skin, allergies with hemorrhagic and other inflammations.
The active form of tuberculosis.
Bleeding associated with peptic ulcer, diseases of the female genital area and injuries.
Osteomyelitis in a chronic form.
Causalgic syndrome due to trauma of the peripheral nerves,
Malignant and other tumors of any localization before surgical treatment. Without surgical intervention for myomas, massage of the hands, feet, legs and collar zone is allowed.
Strong physical or mental fatigue of the person being massaged.
Mental illness, accompanied by severe excitement and a significant change in the psyche.
The presence of bleeding of the III degree.
The presence of a hypotonic or hypertensive crisis.
Acute myocardial ischemia.
Sclerosis of cerebral vessels with a tendency to hemorrhage and thrombosis.
Severe condition massaged for various injuries and diseases.
Quincke’s edema.
Acute respiratory infections (ARI). Massage can be carried out 2-5 days after recovery.
Bronchiectatic disease during tissue decay.
III degree of pulmonary heart failure.
Diseases of the abdominal cavity with a tendency to bleeding.

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