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Medical Massage(Active Myofascial Therapy - Corrective Treatment):
This treatment is methodically, administered based on the location and level of injury as a result of an auto accident, work related or sport related injury. Examples of injuries are whiplash, shoulder injury, back pain strain or sprain, tennis elbow, thoracic outlet syndrome, carpel tunnel syndrome or injured knees or ankles. These types of issues require specific treatments in specific order to maximize effectiveness and sometimes can be painful.
Deep Tissue Massage :
The treatment may have a combination of modalities in which I am trained to maximize the desired results of the client. This work is specific to an area and not for full body treatment. It is often painful however; not outside "hurt so good." This treatment is not to be confused with deep pressure as we work superficial to deep in the layers of tissue. Each treatment is uniquely designed to maximize the client's desired affect or goal. This treatment is for the reduction of stress, soft tissue tension, trigger/tender points, headache, and basic aches and strains.
Myofascial Release Therapy:
Myofascial release is a form of soft tissue therapy intended to eliminate pain, increase range of motion, and re-balance the entire body. It does this by using massage techniques to stretch the fascia and release the bonds that exist between the fascia, muscles and bones. Fascia is the connective tissue that connects and covers all muscles, organs, and skeletal structures of the body. Direct myofascial release is sometimes known as deep tissue work. Indirect release applies light pressure and gently stretches the fascia; this allows for increased blood circulation and relief from pain.
The treatment may have a combination of modalities in which I am trained to maximize the desired results of the client. Each treatment is uniquely designed to maximize the client's desired affect or goal. This treatment is for the reduction of stress, soft tissue tension, and basic aches and pains.
* A session is not a promised specific amount of time. A session is defined as the amount of time it takes to address the client complaint and how well the body responds to the treatment being given. Most sessions are 45 to 75 minutes in length but can be as little as 30 minutes and as much as 90 minutes however; the average is about 50 to 60 minutes. The fee is the same regardless.