What are the Contraindications of Thai Massage?

Thai massage is a system of complex effects on the body, which is generally considered a safe treatment for most people. However, there are certain contraindications that should be taken into account before receiving a massage. High body temperature, above 38 degrees Celsius, considerable weakness (for example, after illness or heavy exertion), significant inflammatory condition (for example, of veins, joints, tendons, intestines, kidneys, meninx, etc.) and aggravation of various chronic diseases are all contraindications for a massage. In addition, Thai massage cannot be taken by people who have recently undergone surgery or have a wound with severe drainage or inflammation.

Pregnant women should also avoid massage treatment unless the therapist is trained in prenatal massage.

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is also contraindicated in cases of sleep disorders, depression and chronic fatigue. It is also not recommended for those with blood clots or serious cardiovascular conditions. Massage therapists cannot attempt to diagnose a condition under the law.

Thai massage eliminates sudden movements and too strong pressures, everything is done with a gentle and gentle rhythm.

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