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Joseph Pereira, RMT, Massage therapist at Back to Health

Joseph Pereira, RMT

 Joe is a certified Massage Therapist who graduated from Keiser University in Melbourne, Florida with a degree in Associate Science Massage Therapy. Joe has provided Therapeutic Masssage to cancer patients at Friends of Hospice in Bermuda, attended CrossFit Level 1 Training in Miami, Fl and CRP health Care provider certification.

Joseph holds extensive hours of training and is fully certified in every modality of massage that he practices including: Swedish, Deep Tissue, Trigger Point, Sports Massage, Hot Stone Massage, and several others. During training he worked with professional athletes from various international rowing teams that train year round in Indian Harbor Beach, Florida, USA.

Joseph is an athlete having competed in soccer in FL, USA and played for Robin Hood Football Club in Bermuda. With his background in athletics, Joseph understands the therapeutic needs of today’s athletes. His education, knowledge, and experience with the treatment of basic athletic injuries aid him in the evaluation and treatment of his clients.

Joseph encourages his clients to be active participants in their healing process and as a practitioner brings balance and harmony to mind, body and spirit through particular breathing techniques and his nurturing and therapeutic touch. He is very passionate about the field of massage therapy and hopes to continue to educate the public about the benefits of massage and make massage an affordable and valuable part of his clients' wellness plans.

What is Massage Therapy?

Registered Massage Therapists (RMTs) are health care professionals committed to restoring and maintaining optimal health and pain-free function of the body.

The benefits of massage:

*helps relieve stress and aids in relaxation

*helps relieve muscle tension and stiffness

*alleviates discomfort during pregnancy

*fosters faster healing of strained muscles and sprained ligaments

*reduces pain and swelling

*reduces formation of excessive scar tissue

*reduces muscle spasm

*provides greater joint flexibility and range of motion

*enhances athletic performance

*fosters peace of mind

*promotes deeper and easier breathing

*reduces blood pressure

*improves circulation of blood

*helps relieve tension related headaches and effects of eye strain

*enhances tissue health

*improves posture

*strengthens the immune system

*promotes rehabilitation after injuries and post operatively 

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