Therapeutic massage is one of the most requested and utilized styles of bodywork due to its range of highly effective benefits for pain, discomfort, movement, and posture. It is a more targeted and goal oriented method of massage than traditional Swedish massage. It’s main goal is to loosen and unravel adhesions in the fascia (the main connective tissue of our body) and help muscles let go of their tightness and stiffness. Therapeutic massage is commonly referred to as deep tissue massage because of it’s ability to get at muscles and tissue in deeper layers of the body that are so commonly associated with pain and discomfort.

Instead of being full-body like most Swedish sessions, it is more focused on a few particular muscles, a region, or a tract of tissue that needs attention. You may come in with a particular area that is causing discomfort, but the therapist will assess your specific condition to see what is causing the discomfort, and may spend time away from where the pain is at in order to put a stop to it at it’s root cause and decrease the chance it will come back, instead of just decreasing pain temporarily by ‘rubbing what hurts’. Having problems with pain, mobility, some other limitation, or just want to feel better or improve performance? Get in touch and let us help!

Common Goals And Conditions For Therapeutic Massage Include:
  • Joint pain of many kinds, from back and hip to knee and beyond.
  • Decreased muscle and soft tissue ache.
  • Better range of motion and flexibility.
  • Injury Recovery.
  • Relief of conditions such as Thoracic Outlet Syndrome;
  • TMJ,
  • Carpal Tunnel Syndrome,
  • Plantair Fasciitis,
  • Tennis/Golfers Elbow,
  • Frozen Shoulder,
  • Whip Lash,
  • Headaches,
  • And many other conditions!

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    While highly effective in helping the symptoms and status of many conditions, massage therapy is not meant to replace the assessment, advice, or treatment offered by a physician or other appropriate primary healthcare practitioner, and should not be treated as such.