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Imagine having your own personal masseuse at your call 24 hours a day in your own home! Taking an evening massage after a stressful day or post gym workout. Imagine being able to enjoy massages at your leisure, at a time that suits your busy lifestyle. In between work meetings, or conference calls.

Our aim at Perth Massage Chairs, is to make this luxury affordable and accessible to you. We want you to experience all the benefits our massage chairs provide.

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Massage is scientifically proven to benefit everyone. It is one of the oldest healing therapies known to mankind. A therapy used by ancient Greeks, Romans, Egyptians and Chinese to name a small few. In present times, it is recommended and utilised by well renowned medical groups like Mayo Clinic, MD Anderson Cancer Centre, Chang Gung Memorial Hospital, Cancer council, University of North Carolina, University of Miami, NIH (National Institute of health), American Cancer Society and the National Cancer Institute. Massage may be the single most widespread health benefit available, scientifically recognised to help with these listed benefits below.

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Massage helps:

  1. Reduce stress and anxiety (Cady 1997, Brumitt 2008 and Mayo Clinic 2018 )

  2. Reduce cortisol levels (Brumitt 2008)

  3. Reduce blood pressure (Cady 1997)

  4. Increasing flexibility and reduces delayed onset muscle soreness (Brumitt 2008, Davis et al., 2020, Mancinelli et al 2006)

  5. PTSD (Rich 2013)

  6. Cancer (Sagar 2007)

  7. Stroke (Lämås et al., 2016, Seiger Cronfalk et al., 2020)

  8. Accelerate muscle and strength recovery (Brooks et al., 2005)

  9. Increase physical performance (Mancinelli et al., 2006)

  10. Prenatal depression (Field et al., 2016 and Mortazavi et al., 2012)

  11. Preterm infant development (Choi et al., 2016 and Saeadi et al., 2015)

  12.  Autism (McLay and France 2016, Walaszek et al., 2017)

  13. Treating chronic pain (Keeratitanont et al 2015 and Skelly et al., 2020)

  14. Arthritis (Layon et al., 1998, Bennell et al., 2008, Perlman et al., 2006, Atkins and Eichler, 2013, Field et al., 2007, Sahraei et al., 2021)

  15. Diabetes (Han et al., 2021)

  16. ADHD (Shu-Cheng et al., 2019, Maddigan et al., 2003, Khilnani et al., 2003)

  17. Migraines (Chaibi et al., 2011)

  18. Skin conditions (Field 2016 and Zhang et al., 2015)

  19. Asthma (Field 2016)

  20. Plantar Fasciitis (Juchli 2021)

  21. Chronic Pulmonary Disorders (Fasolino et al., 2019)

  22. Stress of Intensive care unit nurses (Nazari et al., 2015)

  23. Skin Burns (Cho et al., 2014)

  24. Chronic Tension-type Headaches (Chaibi and Russell 2014)

  25. Scars (Shin and Bordeaux, 2012 and McKay 2014)

  26. Dementia (Field 2016)

  27. Obesity (Han et al., 2021)

  28. Peripheral vascular function after exertion (Franklin et al., 2014)

  29. Chronic low back pain (Cherkin et al., 2011, Kamali F et al., 2014, Netchanok et al., 2012 and Mayo Clinic 2018)

  30. Common musculoskeletal conditions (Bervoets et al., 2015 and Qingguang et al., 2015)

  31. Fibromyalgia (Yuan et al., 2015 and Li et al., 2014)

  32. Non-Alcoholic fatty liver disease (Han et al., 2021)

  33. HIV (Field 2016)

  34. Sleep Quality postpartum (Ko and Lee, 2014)

  35. Hypertension (Field 2016)

  36. Cardiac surgery patients (Braun et al., 2012 and Boitor et al., 2015)

  37. Anxiety for patients in cardiac care (Adib-Hajbaghery et al., 2014 and Vahedian-Azimi et al., 2014)

  38. Blood pressure (Givi, 2011 and Xiong et al., 2014)

  39. Asthma (Fattah and Hamdy, 2011, Field 2016)

  40. Multiple Sclerosis (Finch and Bessonnette, 2014, Field 2016)

  41. Muscle Soreness (Imtiyaz et al., 2014 and Saban et al., 2014)​

  42. Insulin Resistance (Han et al., 2021)

  43. Parkinson's disease (Hernandez-Reif et al 2002, Casciaro 2016, Field 2016)

  44. Ehlers-Danlos syndrome (Arthur et al 2016)

  45. Cystic Fibrosis (Zink et al., 2019)

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