Jing Method™ Clinical Massage

What is the Jing Method™ Clinical Massage ?

The Jing Method™ Clinical Massage is an outcome based system which addresses chronic musculoskeletal pain.  The Jing Method™ Clinical Massage adopts a fusion of advanced soft tissue and massage techniques.

The Jing Method™ is effective with most types of chronic musculoskeletal pain including:

chronic musculoskeletal pain relief

Low Back Pain

chronic musculoskeletal pain relief

Wrist & Carpal Tunnel Pain

chronic musculoskeletal pain relief

Knee Pain

chronic musculoskeletal pain relief

Whiplash & Neck Pain

chronic musculoskeletal pain relief

Sciatica

chronic musculoskeletal pain relief

Frozen Shoulder

chronic musculoskeletal pain relief

Migraines

chronic musculoskeletal pain relief

Plantar Fasciitis

What can I expect from a Jing Method™ Advanced Clinical Massage?

What can I expect from a Jing Method Advanced Clinical Massage?

The Jing Method™ is a partnership between patient and practitioner. A six session (or fewer) treatment plan is designed to increase mobility, agility, and joint range of motion (ROM) whilst focusing on decreasing daily pain.

The method blends the best of advanced bodywork techniques from both East and West. This includes trigger point, fascial work, acupressure, deep tissue sports massage and stretching. This truly holistic approach is based on the bio-psycho-social model of pain and modern neuroscience.

The Jing Method™ was pioneered by international chronic pain experts Rachel Fairweather and Meghan Mari. They have laid out their philosophy and practice in an award winning educational text:

Massage Fusion: The Jing Method™ for the treatment of chronic pain.

The Jing Method™ is used by massage therapists, osteopaths, physiotherapists, midwives, GPs, and those interested in a complementary health care model.

What will a Jing Method™ treatment involve?

Hands-on Treatment

Hands-on treatment incorporating a fusion of advanced soft tissue and massage techniques.

Video Consultation

A thorough pre-treatment consultation and assessment – via video - together we will agree your desired outcomes of the treatment.

Re-assessment

A re-assessment of pain levels and joint range of motion - comparing this with before the treatment and the outcome we are working towards.

Follow-up Aftercare

Some things you can do at home, including stretches, mobilisations, or strengthening exercises to help achieve your outcome in a timely fashion.

Make an Appointment

You can check my availability and make your appointment online or if you would like more information and would prefer to speak with me, just give me a call.