Torn Meniscus Massage

Torn Meniscus Massage

1. Massage the meridians in the legs. You’ll begin by sitting on the floor. Your knees should be bent and the soles of your feet should be placed together. Allow your knees to naturally relax downwardly. Take the palm of your hand and place it on the back of your knee. Begin making long massaging strokes toward the groin area. Repeat the motion for fifteen to twenty times. Then, you’ll slowly rise to a standing position. With your palms facing down, you’ll begin massaging at your hips. You’ll slowly move the massage down the back of your legs to the foot area, From the foot, you’ll move to the inside of your legs and massage up to your abdominal area (Figures 225 and 226). You may repeat the massage technique nine times. Then, you’ll slowly rise to a standing position. With your palms facing down, you’ll begin massaging at your hips. You’ll slowly move the massage down the back of your legs to the foot area. From the foot, you’ll move to the inside of your legs and massage up to your abdomen (Figures 225 and 226). You may repeat the massage technique nine times.

2. Using the palm of your hand and your thumb, depress into the tissues around the knee and make small circularly pressing motions into the tissues.

3. Also depress and use a circularly pressing motion into the area of indentation just below your kneecap (eyes of the knee).

4. Also review these Sports Massage Techniques