Why did Kevin become a remedial massage therapist?
Originally a phyiotherapist in Argentina, Kevin became a massage therapist as a way to continue working sports in a direct way and how to help people to return to their sport as quickly as possible.
The most rewarding part of the job?
"When I see the patient who returns to his activity or sport in a normal way, without pain and with improved performance."
Kevin's treatment style:
Kevin has a strong focus on improving the functioning of the body so that each patient can have a normal life and be able to perform their activities without pain. He uses different techniques such as manual therapy, massage (deep tissue, remedial, sports or relaxation), muscle stretching and cupping therapy to help relieve pain and improve movement. Each treatment is based on your needs whether that is to improve mobility, decrease muscle tension, promote relaxation, improve circulation, or provide stress relief.
Conditions Kevin knows inside-out
Upper back and lower back pain
Working with the Argentine taekwondo and volleyball team.
Sports kinesiology applied to running.
Kevin's sport/s (and common injuries he sees in it):
Surfing. Lower back pain is the most frequent.
Which sporting legends does Kevin look up to?
World youth taekwondo championship in Canada, also in the Costa Rica Open, 2 Pan-American championships in Mexico.