Spa Patcharapat | Review

Published | Updated January 2, 2020

Chinese temple at Khao Takiab, Hua Hin, Thailand
Medical Spa Patcharapat is beautifully located at Khao Takiab (near Hua Hin), the so-called Monkey Mountain. It’s funny, because it’s there at Monkey Mountain that we took the photo of our TraditionalBodywork Mascot. The environment—mountain, monkeys, sea, temple, views—is really magnificent, but okay, that’s a whole other story.

The Medi Spa

In any case, the Medical Spa, run by Khun Siwalai, offers treatments and training courses. The core methodology used is rooted in Thai Traditional Medicine, but the therapists of Spa Patcharapat are trained in a variety of techniques. Relief of chronic pains is the main specialization.

Treatments

Treatments modalities used are Thai Herbal Compress Massage, Lymphatic Drainage, Cupping, Acupuncture, Tok-Sen, Gua Sha, Abdominal Massage, Foot Massage, Facial Shaping Rejuvenation, Mykeuy therapy, and Nakaraj, among other modalities, to keep the body, relaxed, healthy, happy and balanced.

Training Courses

Apart from treatments, Spa Patcharapat also offers a 5-day Thai MyKeuy Therapy training course that is focused on pain relief. The course is accessible for those already active in the physical therapy and medical field, like physiotherapist, chiropractors, nurses or others in healthcare professions.

What Is MyKeuy Therapy?

MyKeuy is a chronic pain relief-reverse therapy to combat pains, discomfort, and tension permanently, while at the same time increasing mobility, flexibility, and coordination. The technique uses a systematic method of determining exactly which muscles, fascia and respective points are causing problems.

By following the pain through its referral pattern back to the initiating active Mykeuy-Key points and subsequently releasing these points, the therapy relieves-reverses common painful conditions. Its methodology is different compared to traditional Thai Massage or other massage techniques. Sessions are often combined with Hot Herbal Compress Massages.


Disclaimer: All information, content, and material in this article is for informational purposes only and not intended to serve as a substitute for the consultation, diagnosis, and/or medical treatment of a qualified physician or other professional healthcare provider. Article Categories: Thai Massage Training Hua Hin, Thai Massage Training Thailand
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