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massage - Medical Definition. n. The therapeutic manipulation of body tissues by a trained practitioner, as by systematic stroking, kneading, or application of pressure, to effect a beneficial physiological response such as pain reduction or improved circulation.What is the goal of massage?
The primary goal of massage therapy is to relax the patient, reduce stress and relieve pain through manipulation of the muscles and tissues. Physical therapists work with people who have injuries or illnesses such as fractured bones, Parkinson's disease or strokes.