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Therapeutic (Orthopedic) Massage -  Manual Therapy Techniques  - Pregnancy/Relaxation/Sports 


Therapeutic (Orthopedic) Massage  involves individual assessment and is outcome based to aid in relief and assist treatment of soft-tissue dysfunction, pain and injuries often caused by lifestyle factors, repetitive strain, occupation, illness and sports.
 

Restoring structural balance throughout the body allows us to focus on both prevention and rehabilitation of musculo -skeletal dysfunctions.


Massage techniques most commonly used include pressure and compression, kneading, frictioning, and mobilizing to improve the health and condition of the muscles, tendons, skin, fascia or connective tissue of the body.


Included in treatment are rehabilitative stretching, strengthening exercises and use of heat and cold hydrotherapy which will help you get the most out of each treatment.


Whether you are in search of help in injury recovery and rehabilitation, looking for a healthful way to deal with day-to-day stress or simply interested in maintaining good health, Massage is a safe and effective form of health care. 


Massage can be effective in treating the following conditions:


Postural Dysfunction: Neck, Back, Shoulder Pain

• Carpal Tunnel, Tennis Elbow, Golfers Elbow

• Joint pain, limited joint mobility

• Anxiety, Stress, Insomnia, Depression

• Chronic Muscle Fatigue, Chronic Pain

• Sprains and Strains

• Texters Thumb

• Arthritis,

• Fibromyalgia, Auto Immune Disorders (Lupus, MS)

• Migraine and Tension Headaches

• Circulatory Problems

• Asthma

• Scoliosis

• Frozen Shoulder

• Thoracic Outlet Syndrome

• Knee pain

• Cruciate & Meniscal Injuries

• IT Band Contracture

• Piriformis Syndrome (Sciatica)

• Pes Planus

• Plantar Fasciitis

• TMJD (Jaw Pain)

• Whiplash

• Torticollis

• Herniated disc


Improve Recovery Rate: Massage is frequently recommended to improve the rate of recovery from injury.

• Sports Injuries

• Recurring Stress or Repetitive Strain Injuries

• Whiplash and Whiplash Associated Disorders

• Reduced range of motion from Surgeries and Scar Tissue

Pregnancy Massage


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Relaxation Massage


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Sports Massage 


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Neuro-muscular/ Trigger Point Therapy


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Deep Tissue/ MyoFascial Release


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Hot Cold Stone Therapy



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