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The medical benefits of massage therapy have been studied extensively. For example, one study found that oncology patients who received regular massages experienced a dramatic reduction in pain, physical discomfort, fatigue and emotional issues. Massage has also been medically proven to reduce post-operative pain and muscle tension.

Additionally, a study into tension type headaches and migraines concluded that massage is an effective method for reducing pain. For these reasons and many more, 32.6 million Americans receive at least one professional massage every year.     

Medical Massage Research

Massage, neuromuscular therapy and myofascial release have been proven by research to provide assistance with a wide variety of medical conditions, including: