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You call that a massage?

After several weeks of visiting the physical therapist I now have an aversion to a deep tissue massage. I rarely go out and pay someone to manually loosen my muscles and on the occasion that I have it has been a relatively pleasant experience. But after getting my calf worked on I now cringe when I hear the word massage.


The latest massage resulted in immense pain, hitting a nerve (literally), and bruising.


Fun, right? So where I sign up for another one?


I can’t complain too much because if we don’t work out the knots and tightness it puts extra strain on the tendon that has a partial tear.


However, the next time someone suggest a massage, I might have to pass because I don’t want to have physical therapy flashbacks when I am supposed to be relaxing.



2 comments on “You call that a massage?

  1. advocare distributor
    May 27, 2014

    So how does that feel after a couple of days? They say that after a deep tissue massage there may be some bruising but it is worth it.

    Clifford Mitchem
    Advocare Distributor
    Nutrition + Fitness = Health


    • It really loosened things up. There is still some tightness leading into the peroneal tendon, but it is getting better.


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