Massage Therapy for Cancer Patients

Massage Therapy for Cancer Patients

Therapeutic massage has been used to help reduce symptoms of cancer treatment, improve coping, and enhance their quality of life. Massage can even help with the psychological wellbeing during treatments to help reduce some symptoms. Studies have shown that massage...
How Massage can help with Brain Function

How Massage can help with Brain Function

Regular massage is a widely used technique in many cultures to treat chronic stress and anxiety and deserves serious consideration. Consistent anecdotal evidence, a long history of widespread use of massage for stress reduction, and positive findings of open trials...
Massage for Athletes

Massage for Athletes

If you’re a serious athlete, it’s not news that you’re using your body to its maximum potential. Between the grueling hours of practice and the intense games, matches, and competitions loaded with forceful contact, it’s no wonder that athletes have such high concern...
C-Section Scar Tissue Release

C-Section Scar Tissue Release

Did you know that your C-Section Scar could be giving you neck pain, back pain, painful periods, frequent urination, and painful sex? These reactions are due to the fascial restrictions caused when the scar heals. Normally, fascia is a glistening, gel-like substance...
PLANTAR FASCIITIS

PLANTAR FASCIITIS

PLANTAR FASCIITIS Plantar fascia is a thick band of a particular type of connective tissue called fascia. Some people refer to plantar fascia as a ligament because it has strong connections to the calcaneus and metatarsals; however it is a continuous web of tissue...
IS MASSAGE PAINFUL?

IS MASSAGE PAINFUL?

Massage is a great part of anyone’s day. Whether you’re visiting us to relieve pain or stress, our massage therapists are here to give you a great feeling. With that being said, when receiving a deep tissue massage, does pain indicate a good massage or a bad one?...