Massage For Medical Relief

Sports Massage

We highly recommend sports massage for all athletes before, during, and after the game, as well as before, during, and after vigorous training regimens. This modality consists of specific components designed to reduce injuries, alleviate inflammation, and to help excel your training and performance.

Soft Tissue Release (STR)

With STR, the patient receives a combination of pressure and stretching on specific muscles or tendons to help reduce healing time for common injuries like tennis elbow, golfer’s elbow, carpal tunnel, piriformis syndrome, sciatica, and rotator cuff or other shoulder injuries. This technique is used in conjunction with other modalities during a massage session, and it is not a full session technique.

Lymphatic Drainage (LDT)

LDT is a unique way of healing the immune system by palpating the lymphatic flow, direction and rhythm. This massage stimulates circulation, releases toxins, and can provide a boost to metabolism. LDT can be concentrated on a specific area or the full body. This technique is used in conjunction with other modalities during a massage session, and it is not a full session technique.

Trigger Point

Trigger point myotherapy is a therapeutic modality for the relief and control of myofascial pain and dysfunction. Pressure is applied to a specific muscle points to release tension. This is a very effective approach for the treatment of fibromyalgia and muscle tension. This treatment is also great for athletes. This technique is used in conjunction with other modalities during a massage session, and it is not a full session technique.

Myofascial Release

The myofascial release is a treatment for muscle immobility and pain. This modality uses a moderate pressure to massage soft connective tissue. This is an effective therapeutic approach in the relief of cervical and back pain, fibromyalgia, scoliosis, neurological dysfunction, restriction of motion, chronic pain and headaches. This technique is used in conjunction with other modalities during a massage session, and it is not a full session technique.

Express Massage

An Express Massage is a 30 minute massage that includes different modalities to address chronic issues in specific areas of your body. This massage is perfect for clients that need to address one or two problem areas without having a full body massage.

Emergency Massage

An Emergency massage is a 15 minute massage that is perfect for addressing one minor issue like: headaches, migraines, neck, shoulders, scalp massage, lower back, legs, foot massage or hand massage.