top of page

Treatment Massages

Choose from 3 Categories of Massages
TMJD Treatment
Relaxing Facial

Treatment for your specific ailment of Temporal Mandibular Joint Dysfunction. This can prevent further damage to your jaw joint, protect your teeth, relieve jaw and facial pain, and even help with better digestion and physical appearance of facial structure.

Upper Traps & Neck Stiffness Treatment
Shoulder Massage

The upper trapezius muscles and neck are common areas where individuals experience stress and tightness due to factors like poor posture, prolonged sitting, or repetitive movements. A targeted massage in these areas helps release muscle knots, reduce muscle spasms, and improve circulation.

CTS Treatment
Pressure point massage 2

A condition characterized by compression of the median nerve in the wrist. Massage can help to release pressure on the median nerve and enhance blood circulation. Regular massage sessions may contribute to improved range of motion, decreased pain, and tingling sensations.

Chronic Migraine Treatment

Massage therapy can be a valuable and holistic approach in managing chronic migraines, offering relief and improved well-being for individuals grappling with this debilitating condition. The primary purpose of massage for chronic migraines is to alleviate muscle tension and reduce stress, both of which are often triggers for migraine episodes. 

Achilles Tendonitis Treatment

The primary purpose of massage for Achilles tendonitis is to address the tightness and inflammation in the Achilles tendon, which often result from overuse or strain. Skilled massage therapists employ various techniques, such as effleurage, petrissage, and cross-fiber friction, to gently manipulate the soft tissues surrounding the tendon, aiming to improve flexibility and reduce discomfort. Additionally, massage can help break down scar tissue, increase the range of motion, and enhance the healing process. 

Lower Back Pain Treatment

Massage addresses lower back pain by helping to release tension and tightness in the muscles, promoting increased blood flow and flexibility. Skilled massage therapists employ various techniques, such as Swedish massage, deep tissue massage, and trigger point therapy, to target specific areas of discomfort. The manipulation of soft tissues not only helps to reduce muscle stiffness but also encourages the release of endorphins, the body's natural painkillers, providing a natural form of pain relief. 

Sciatica Treatment

Massage for sciatica reduces muscle tightness, tension, and inflammation that may contribute to the compression of the sciatic nerve. The use of various techniques, such as deep tissue massage, trigger point therapy, and stretching is mandatory in the healing process. By targeting these muscular issues, massage can help improve blood circulation, reduce inflammation, and promote relaxation, ultimately offering relief from sciatic pain. Additionally, massage therapy can enhance flexibility and mobility, contributing to the overall well-being. Regular massage sessions may not only provide symptomatic relief but also contribute to the prevention of recurring episodes.

Plantar Fasciitis Treatment
Foot Reflexology

Massage therapy can be a valuable and effective approach for managing plantar fasciitis, a painful condition characterized by inflammation of the plantar fascia, the tissue that connects the heel bone to the toes. The primary purpose of massage in treating plantar fasciitis is to alleviate pain, reduce inflammation, and improve flexibility in the affected area. By applying pressure and manipulating the soft tissues, massage helps to increase blood flow, break down adhesions, and promote healing. Regular massage sessions, in conjunction with other therapeutic interventions and self-care measures, can provide significant relief and contribute to the overall management of plantar fasciitis.

Special attention will be focused on  chronic pain areas.

$125 - 1 Hour

Save more with PACKAGES

bottom of page