Continuing on with my blog series on common aliments that Massage or Reflexology can help with is L for Leg Muscle Pain.
The legs have so many large muscles and anyone that has experienced pain in their quadriceps, hamstrings, calves or achilles muscles will know what I’m talking about when I say ‘leg pain’. Like any pain it is not comfortable and can be very restricting in every day life. Ever try and walk down a stairs after ‘leg day’ in the gym? Or try and even sit down the days after a heavy squatting session. Best of luck is all I say!
If you do regular sports training then a good deep leg massage should become a part of your recovery process. As it can help with any built up lactic acid, loosen out the tight muscles and release any stress and tension held in the legs.
Like I said in the previous blog about knee pain, a regular massage can help with reducing this pain and stiffness and once you have a honest consultation with your massage therapist about your training and level of pain they can adjust the pressure of the massage accordingly.