About Medical Massage

In order to get you out of pain ,

your Medical Manual Therapist may use one or more of the following:

Deep Tissue Massage -- Typically, at other businesses, the client gets a deep tissue.  Its painful.  The tissue gets traumatized.  The clients gets very sore.  A few days later, the client is in pain again and, returns for another massage.

Our Deep Tissue Massage is administered with no pain.  Our Medical Massage Therapist let their hands sink into the muscles gently and gradually as the muscles let them in.  This allows the massage to be deeper, more effective and pain-free.

Medical Manual Therapy -- Reduces or eliminates pain with pain-free treatments.  Releases trauma from muscles, tendons, ligaments, fascia and joints.  Relieves Nerves from being pinched.  Restores the muscles to their natural position so, the body can heal itself.

Soft Tissue Realignment -- Returns fibers back into their natural position.

Fascia Release -- Fascia is a thin layer of connective tissue over and in-between muscles, tendons and ligaments.  Fascial inflammation compresses tendons, ligaments and muscles creating nerve impingement.  Fascial Release stretches and softens fascia and any scar tissue connected to skeletal structure.

Trigger Point Therapy-- Identifies hyper-irritable spots generating pain in the fascia surrounding skeletal muscle. 

Gua Sha -- A natural, 2,000 year old practice involving the use of meridians.  Increases range of motion and circulation.  Reduces pain and inflammation.  Strengthens the immune system, and is used to treat a wide variety of diseases.

 

Range Of Motion -- Reveals tightness, compressions and muscular imbalances that cause pain.

Stretches -- Loosening and lengthening of muscles, tendons, ligaments, fascia and nerves.  Increases range of motion, circulation and blood flow.  Reduces stress on muscles and joints. Loosens soft tissue that impinge on nerves.  

 

Activations -- Restores power and function to weakened muscles that have become inactive due to injury.  Relieves other muscles from compensating.