What is Palliative Massage Therapy?

What is Palliative Massage Therapy?

What is Palliative Massage Therapy?

What is palliative massage therapy?

Palliative massage is a type of massage where the main goal is relaxation and comfort and is used for frail individuals where the typical physical pressure of a traditional massage is contraindicated.

Palliative care patients are people living with a serious illness, such as cancer or heart failure

The main goal and benefit of palliative massage for palliative care patients is a comforting touch therapy that aids in reducing physical discomfort and existential distress.

Healthcare continues evolving to less-invasive, natural, and drug-free methods, recognizing the value of massage therapy as an aspect of wellness.

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