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Millions of people around the world daily suffer from musculoskeletal problems ranging from minor irritations to severe disabilities. They consume billions of chemical medicine which except of known side effects, and without ignoring any offer, fail to provide in essence, gentle and safe score. This type of surgeries is the most frequent (though ultimately not so effective). Just think that musculoskeletal problems became the world's second leading cause of absence from work after the common cold! The costs are huge for both health and economy. Not any more! Functional Deep Tissue Massage is a natural and reliable method of treatment. It is a modern holistic alternative technique, scientifically researched and proven with thousands of hours of practical application. Not only gives solution to most musculoskeletal problems, but brings the man into balance and harmony. Promotes self-healing capacity and creates a feeling of well-being and uplifting energy.

The F.D.T.M. as a therapeutic method specifies in identifying and breakout any muscle tension in the body. The tensions (muscle spasms), are the main cause of many and various Musculoskeletal problems, chronic or acute, that appear in the middle, upper and lower back, neck, and shoulders.

To understand how the technique works we must explain two medical terms we hear often but might not know exactly what they mean.

  • Musculoskeletal imaging’s usually confined to the surface muscles of the human body. But there is a second and third deeper level of the muscle system. At these levels are usually recorded and stored, all chronic muscular tensions of our body. They create "grips", rigidities and acute pain crises in surrounding muscles. They also pull and push our spinal column, changing their connections with each other and creating small “shifts”.
  • The term "muscle spasm" refers to a type of abnormal muscle activity characterized by sudden, involuntary muscle contractions that cause trauma or irritation. Their symptoms are typically stiffness and soreness of the muscles. Usually appear after repetitive motion, permanent poor posture, musculoskeletal trauma or inflammation (e.g. sprain, bruising, bursitis, arthritis). It can be chronic or acute and occur in various muscle groups, e.g. in the deep muscles of lumbar and neck. Of course muscle spasms are also, the commonly known as cramps, which can affect any muscle. Usually occur in the legs and hands and, although painful, are harmless in most cases. They are created when the muscle cells run out of energy, i.e. water, glucose, sodium, potassium, calcium and magnesium.