Massage Therapy

Manual soft tissue massage is a therapeutic technique used to help release stress, tension, adhesion, and promote healing.

Massage is generally considered part of integrative medicine. It's increasingly being offered along with standard treatment for a wide range of medical conditions and situations. People of all ages are turning to massage therapy for relief from the stress of daily life, injuries, and chronic and acute conditions, as well as to help maintain health and wellness. It is one of the oldest healing arts, dating back 3,000 years, according to Chinese records. Massage can reduce pain and anxiety for people with chronic illnesses, such as cancer, and reduce the physiological burden of stress. It can help treat conditions including stress-related tension, cancer-related fatigue, sleep disorders, high blood pressure, diabetes, low back pain, and depression, just to name a few.


Massage Therapy Helps


Digestive disorders




Sleep Disorders

Myofascial pain syndrome

Soft tissue strains or injuries

Sports injuries

– Temporomandibular joint pain

– Upper back and neck pain

– Nerve pain


Counteracts sitting

Boosts blood flow

Eases depression

Promotes relaxation

Increases range of motion

Decreases blood pressure

Improved skin tone

Better circulation

And much more

How Does It Work?

In massage therapy, a trained, certified medical professional (massage therapist) manipulates the soft tissues of your body — muscle, connective tissue, tendons, ligaments, and skin. The massage therapist uses varying degrees of pressure and movement.

Massage is generally considered part of integrative medicine. Medical centers are offering it more and more as a treatment along with standard treatment. It may be used for a wide range of medical conditions. Medical professionals may recommend massage therapy to help people cope with the pain and stress of various conditions, such as cancer, heart disease, stomach problems or fibromyalgia.

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