ToThePoint Massage
Accredited Remedial & (Sports-) Injury Massage
Adelaide - Pasadena 5042
Recognized provider of all Australian health funds and Return to Work SA
Phone Barbara on 7073 3676  or book online
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Conditions treated with Remedial Massage Therapy

Muscle man with painful areas

Therapeutic Massage Therapy is an invaluable tool to help your body heal itself from many different conditions that are caused by your muscles or other soft tissues.
Although it can’t help with everything, the advantages of professional remedial massage are generally underestimated.

Because the body is made up of so many muscles, the potential for aches, pains, tension, stiffness or dysfunction in the muscles is huge.

Even though you may not necessarily feel that your pain comes from your muscles - because it appears to come from your spine, joints, tendons, bones or organs – your muscles may indeed be the prime source of your discomfort . [1]

Knowing more about the problem of referred muscle pain also can help you to understand your body better.

Hover over the image below and click on the area where you feel pain, tension or stiffness (e.g. in your back, shoulder, neck, leg).

pain map - choose an area

The following is a list of conditions we are trained to treat:



Golfer’s or Tennis Elbow


Carpal Tunnel Syndrome

Thoracic Outlet / Inlet Syndrome

Impingement Syndrome

Frozen shoulder

Torticollis / Wry neck

Adhesive Capsulitis

Repetitive Strain Injury (RSI)


Shin Splints / Tenoperiostitis

Heel spurs

Plantar Fascilitis / Heel Pain Syndrome


Myofascial pain

Pain / Weakness of joints


Scoliosis pain

Whiplash symptoms

Sports injuries

TMJ (Jaw Joint Problems)

Muscle strains and sprains

ITB Friction Syndrome

Hamstring Tendinopathy

Compartment Syndromes


Bad posture

Limited range of motion


Migraines / Headaches

... and many more


Massage can also be used to manage the following health issues:

  • Pain from scar tissue
  • Poor blood circulation
  • Breathing difficulties
  • Sleeplessness
  • Stress
  • Lymphodema


Myofascial Pain and Dysfunction, Dr. Janet Travell, Dr. David Simons & Lois Simons,2nd edition, vol 1,1999   [1]pages 13
Contributions of Myofascial Trigger Points to chronic Tension Type Headache:(