New study shows that Massage is the most effective in relieving DOMS (Delayed Onset Muscle Soreness) and perceived muscle fatigue after exercise.

Are you interested in the science behind your workouts? A recently published (April 2018) systematic review with meta-analysis concludes that “Massage seems to be the most effective method for reducing DOMS and perceived fatigue.”

This is great news for active people and massage therapists alike and reaffirms the healthcare benefits of massage as a complementary care strategy for active people.

To read the study you can check it out by clicking here.

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