Massage Therapy

Massage therapy uses touch to manipulate soft tissues throughout the human body. Massage therapy uniquely focuses on the treatment of soft tissue to maintain, develop, augment or rehabilitate the patient’s physical function. Massage therapy can improve the functioning of joints and muscles, the healing process, metabolism and circulation. Our clinical massage therapists are licensed and trained to tailor their treatment sessions for wellness and medically based populations.

Discover the various techniques that we offer:

Trigger point/neuromuscular: Examines and treats muscles and muscle attachments in layers. It addresses surface muscles, deeper ligaments and connective tissue.

Sports/deep tissue: Releases chronic patterns of tension in the body through slow strokes and deep finger pressure on the contracted areas, either following or going across the fibers of the muscles, tendons and fascia.

Postural assessment/Posture program: This assessment examines your postural deviations and muscular skeletal imbalances with clinical massage therapy treatment recommendations utilizing a posture grid.

Myofascial release: Myofascial release is a very effective hands-on technique that provides sustained pressure into myofascial (or connective tissue) restrictions to eliminate holding and bracing patterns, decrease pain and restore range of motion.

Swedish massage: One of the most popular types of wellness massage techniques. It is designed to relieve stress and tension by incorporating long gliding strokes and muscle kneading.

Scar massage: Focuses on scar tissue release and fascial restrictions. This is very effective for post-surgical health conditions.