Holetown Barbados Massage Therapy Sports & Athletic Active Treatments Announced

Chalise Jordan, a former Olympian, has launched a physical therapy and rehabilitation business in Holetown, Barbados. Patients can get active care therapy, massage therapy, cupping therapy and a range of other services.

Holetown, Barbados - May 18, 2019 /NewsNetwork/ —

Chalise Jordan, has launched a new Barbados massage therapy and rehabilitation business called Active Care Therapy. Chalise Jordan’s Active Care has been offering treatment and rehabilitation for over a decade. With years of experience both locally and internationally – including experience as Head Athletic Therapist for the Olympics, Chalise offers a range of services to help people to take care of their bodies, keep moving, and maintain injury free lifestyles.

More information can be found at: https://activecaretherapy.business.site

The site explains that Chalise Jordan offers athletic therapy, massage therapy, rehab care, prehab care, performance therapy, kinesiology, physical therapy, dry needling, cupping therapy, and recovery boot services.

She uses cutting edge methods with the focus on healthy recovery and preventative practices. Through her wellness center, she is able to help people live healthier and fitter lives.

With prehab care, Chalise Jordan can provide a preventative form of strength training, which aims to prevent injuries before they actually occur. This is highly beneficial for athletes and those who partake in high impact or high stress activities.

She also offers cutting edge athletic therapy, which includes injury assessment and rehabilitation. This is a mix of on-site care and active rehab skills for treating musculoskeletal injuries.

This form of treatment can help a wide variety of patients, from those suffering from concussion through to seniors dealing with hip replacement surgery.

Patients can also get in touch for massage therapy, which has a wide range of benefits. Patients can get soft tissue massage, which aids in relaxing muscles, increasing blood circulation and lymph flow, and improving the healing time of strained ligaments.

Massage has started to be offered alongside standard treatment for a wide variety of medical conditions. The latest research shows that massage can have a positive effect on anxiety, the treatment of digestive disorders, and fibromyalgia.

It can also be beneficial for treating headaches, insomnia, soft tissue strains, sports injuries, and joint or muscle pain. Chalise Jordan offers her wide range of therapies and treatments from her base in Holetown, Barbados.

Full details can be found on the URL above.

Contact Info:
Name: Chalise Jordan
Organization: Active Care Therapy
Address: undefined Sunset Crest, Holetown, Saint James BB24014, Barbados
Website: https://activecaretherapy.business.site

Source: NewsNetwork

Release ID: 514304

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