Does sports massage reduce delayed onset muscle soreness (DOMS)?

Muscle soreness after exercise is called delayed onset muscle soreness also known as DOMS and we know that sports massage can help this but by how much?

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  • Davis, Holly Louisa, Samer Alabed, and Timothy James Ainsley Chico. “Effect of sports massage on performance and recovery: a systematic review and meta-analysis.” BMJ Open Sport & Exercise Medicine 6.1 (2020): e000614.

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