Sia Carlyon (Remedial Massage Therapist)

Sia Carlyon

Sia Carlyon has been professionally practicing massage since 1993, and has been successfully treating clients in Brisbane since 2001.

Sia draws upon a combination of body therapy modality expertise to achieve the required outcome for you to heal effectively:

  • remedial massage
  • sports massage
  • deep tissue and myofascial release
  • pregnancy massage
  • cupping
  • holistic life style support

Massage works effectively to treat acute and chronic conditions such as:

  • headaches
  • back and neck pain
  • lumber pain; sciatic and nerve damage
  • tendonitis and RSI
  • sports injuries
  • stress related problems

If your symptoms suggest you have swollen and inflamed tissue, you may have an underlying medical condition, such as:

  • bursitis – inflammation and swelling of the fluid-filled sac near a joint, such as the elbow or shoulder
  • nerve entrapment, such as carpal tunnel syndrome
  • Dupuytren’s contracture – a thickening of the tissues in the hand, which causes one or more fingers to bend into the palm 
  • epicondylitis – inflammation of the area where bone and tendon join, such as the elbow
  • rotator cuff syndrome – inflammation of the tendons and muscles around the shoulder
  • tendonitis – inflammation of a tendon
  • tenosynovitis – inflammation of the sheath that covers the tendons, most commonly in the hand, wrist or forearms
  • trigger finger – where swelling in a tendon running along one of the fingers makes it difficult to either bend or straighten the affected finger
  • ganglion cyst – a sac of fluid that forms around a joint or tendon, usually on the wrist or fingers
  • Raynaud’s phenomenon – a condition where the blood supply to extremities such as the fingers is interrupted, especially when exposed to cold
  • thoracic outlet syndrome – compression of the nerves or blood vessels that run between the base of the neck and the armpit
  • writer’s cramp (a type of dystonia) – a condition caused by overuse of the hands and arms