- 30 minutes $40
- 60 minutes $65
- 90 minute $95
When performed by a skilled therapist, manual and massage therapy can relax muscles and ease muscle spasms, increase range of motion and flexibility, Improve circulation, Enhance post-surgical rehabilitation, Decrease recovery time for orthopedic problems, neurological disorders, and sports injuries, Improve posture and balance and strengthen the immune system.Our therapist will create a personalized treatment program, including hands-on care, to ease your aches and pains and help you move better and feel better. If you suffer from any of the following disorders, you may benefit from clinical massage, chronic muscle or joint pain. tension headaches, tight muscles that are limiting the mobility of a joint, chronically fatigued muscles, low energy level, especially when accompanied by muscle aches and pains, a recent muscle injury that generates pain or dysfunction.
People find that therapeutic massage can help with a wide range of medical conditions to include Allergies, Anxiety , Arthritis - both osteoarthritis and rheumatoid arthritis, Asthma and bronchitis, Carpal tunnel syndrome, Chronic and acute pain, Circulatory problems, Depression, Digestive disorders, including spastic colon, constipation and diarrhea, Headache, especially when due to muscle tension, Gastrointestinal disorders including spastic colon, colic, Headache, Immune function disorders, Insomnia, Myofascial pain which is a condition of the tissue connecting the muscles, Premature infants Reduced range of motion, Sinusitis, Sports injuries including pulled or strained muscles and sprained ligaments, Stress, TMJ dysfunction.
Massage therapy may be used for many situations that cause an imbalance within the soft tissue. Massage increases circulation breaks down scar tissue or “knots”, realigns muscle fibers, and gets rid of lactic acid especially after vigorous activity. The purpose of massage is to bring change and balance to the physiologic, mechanical, or psychological effect from the application of various techniques.
Massage Therapists have an understanding of Anatomy and Physiology, basic knowledge of mechanics and fundamentals of disease, and are taught when massage is indicated or contraindicated for an individual with specific diseases or illnesses. Massage Therapists have 1-2 years of education in comparison to Physical therapists who have 6 or more years of education. PT’s undergo a curriculum that gives the knowledge to recognize disease, access and provide treatment plans of impairments and disabilities. PTs become efficient with practice within rotations in various internship settings learning the promotion of mobility, functional ability, quality of life and movement for physical intervention.
Swedish Massage refers to a variety of techniques specifically designed for relaxation. It involves the use of kneading, stroking, friction, tapping and vibration, to increase the oxygen flow in the blood and release toxins from muscles. Other benefits include stimulation of circulation, an increase in muscle tone, and a balance of the musculoskeletal systems. Best for stress relief, relaxation, releasing cramped or tense muscles.
Myofascial Release is a form of bodywork that is manipulative in nature and seeks to re-balance the body. It involves releasing and unwinding the fascia also known as the connective tissue that surrounds each muscle and interconnects all the other internal parts of the body. This tissue layer, which connects every muscle, tendon, ligament, bone, and organ in our bodies, can store memories of physical trauma. Releasing these restrictions allows us to discharge recurring emotional as well as physical pain. Sessions can include craniosacral work, stretching techniques, and deep touch.
Trigger Point Therapy is also known as Myotherapy or Neuromuscular Therapy and applies concentrated finger pressure to "trigger points" which are painful irritated areas of the muscle to break the cycle of spasm and pain. Best for Chronic muscle pain and tension
Massages for Treating Pain and Specific Conditions are great when you just need a little stress relief and relaxation. When you have knotted muscles, however, or have more specific ailments, more attentive techniques are required.
Deep Tissue Massage applies deep pressure onto specific trouble points by pushing into your knotted muscle, and the massage can leave you feeling sore. It's not just more pressure all over your body, however, it's very specific, methodical treatment. Deep tissue is a very specific massage treatment in which the therapist uses knuckles and elbows to sink into the deeper muscle and tissue layers, releasing tension and restrictions. It is definitely not for everyone. However, there are millions of people out there that would never have their treatment any other way. This modality can be helpful to the following people: athletes who are considerably harder on their bodies than the average person, people who are undergoing physical therapy to aid in the breakdown process of scar tissue or anyone who has very dense tissue and thus responds better to the work. It is very important to ALWAYS speak up and let your therapist know if you need the pressure to be corrected. Most everyone needs more pressure in some areas and less in others. This occurs because muscle tissue that contains Trigger Points is more sensitive to pressure and can be tender to the touch. This is not the kind of massage to ask for if you expect to feel relaxed during the therapy, and afterward, you might feel sore for a couple of days. Best for Treating stiff, painful trouble spots like the shoulder and neck
Neuromuscular Therapy is a subset of trigger point massage. A highly trained therapist applies pressure to the areas where you have muscle spasms, that are painful to the touch. Neuromuscular therapy is a form of soft tissue manipulation that aims to treat underlying causes of chronic pain involving the muscular and nervous systems. This medically oriented form of massage addresses trigger points, tender muscle points, circulation, nerve compression, postural issues, and biomechanical problems that can be caused by repetitive movement injuries. Neuromuscular therapy will feel painful at first, but it should relax the muscle and help it get more oxygen and blood flow. Best for Treating injuries and issues like poor circulation or posture problems, lower back pain.