Connective tissue massage

The connective tissue massage affects the body cover. This therapy treats the skin, subcutaneous tissue, muscle fascia, ligaments and tendons. The connective tissue massage is based on a natural stimulation of the central nervous system and the entire hormonal system. It also creates a reflex effect on the function of the internal organs. The patients are treated with mechanical stretching stimuli and with the help of a certain manual therapy. The idea behind these techniques is that the treatment not only triggers local effects, but also: long-distance effects on internal organs can be achieved through nerve irritation such as reflexes. The connective tissue massage differs fundamentally from other techniques that work with reflex zones; Tension and pressure on the skin and subcutaneous connective tissue are exerted gently.


  • arterial and venous circulatory disorders

  • Diseases of the heart

  • Respiratory diseases

  • Kidney and horn disease

  • Digestive system disorders

  • Nervous system disorders

  • gynecological disorders

  • in all post-operative, post-traumatic, orthopedic cases such as fractures, spinal disc damage, osteoporosis, arthrosis, paralysis and acute low back pain