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Sports Massage Therapy

Sports Massage Therapy

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    Massage And An Active Lifestyle

    DOMS or Delayed Onset Muscle Soreness. Something most of us have experienced at some point in our lives. I’m sure you know what I’m talking about. It’s that nagging pain felt after exercising. According to the American College of Sports Medicine, delayed soreness typically begins to develop 12 to 24 hours after exercise has been performed. […]

MASSAGE THERAPY AND AGING

MASSAGE THERAPY AND AGING

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    Medical Massage for Teeth Grinding (aka Bruxism)

    Medical Massage for Teeth Grinding (aka Bruxism)Are you a tooth grinder? The medical term is “Bruxism” and it affects 10-15% of adults & children.Medical Science has determined the main cause for bruxism in adults is… wait for it… stress! So wherepossible, reduce or delegate what is stressful in your life. But sometimes we can’t avoid […]

  • Lorrie with client massage shoulder 1

    How to get YOUR best massage….Ask for it!

    “What is your goal for this massage session?” I asked”My goal is reducing my neck and back pain.” My Client answered.This morning my first client was new and needed to fill out theIntake form. She didn’t have her glasses with her so I offered to helpher fill it out. I read and asked her the […]

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    Pre-and Post Surgery Massage a Feel-Good Do Good Addition to Surgery Recovery

    What if I told you that there is an activity that you can participate in prior to surgery to reduce some of the negative effects of surgery and you more than likely would enjoy it? AND it is just under your fingertips. To be totally correct it is under my fingertips; it is a massage. […]

  • golf

    Massage And An Active Lifestyle

    DOMS or Delayed Onset Muscle Soreness. Something most of us have experienced at some point in our lives. I’m sure you know what I’m talking about. It’s that nagging pain felt after exercising. According to the American College of Sports Medicine, delayed soreness typically begins to develop 12 to 24 hours after exercise has been performed. […]

Medical Massage Therapy

Medical Massage Therapy

  • bruxism-teethgrinding

    Medical Massage for Teeth Grinding (aka Bruxism)

    Medical Massage for Teeth Grinding (aka Bruxism)Are you a tooth grinder? The medical term is “Bruxism” and it affects 10-15% of adults & children.Medical Science has determined the main cause for bruxism in adults is… wait for it… stress! So wherepossible, reduce or delegate what is stressful in your life. But sometimes we can’t avoid […]

  • Lorrie with client massage arm 2

    Pre-and Post Surgery Massage a Feel-Good Do Good Addition to Surgery Recovery

    What if I told you that there is an activity that you can participate in prior to surgery to reduce some of the negative effects of surgery and you more than likely would enjoy it? AND it is just under your fingertips. To be totally correct it is under my fingertips; it is a massage. […]

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    Massage And Your Knee Or Hip Replacement

    One in four people will face a knee or hip replaced at some point in their lives. Commonly, this is due to osteoarthritis, a painful condition caused by worn down cartilage. Osteoarthritis can also cause stiffness and compensating movement patterns.Many people have successfully avoided surgery by employing safe, non-invasive techniques such as weight loss, strengthening exercises […]

THERAPEUTIC MASSAGE FOR GENERAL HEALTH BENEFITS AND RELAXATION

THERAPEUTIC MASSAGE FOR GENERAL HEALTH BENEFITS AND RELAXATION

  • Lorrie with client massage shoulder 1

    How to get YOUR best massage….Ask for it!

    “What is your goal for this massage session?” I asked”My goal is reducing my neck and back pain.” My Client answered.This morning my first client was new and needed to fill out theIntake form. She didn’t have her glasses with her so I offered to helpher fill it out. I read and asked her the […]

  • Lorrie and Kim client consultation

    25 reasons you need a massage

    Relieve stressRelieve postoperative painReduce anxietyManage low-back painHelp fibromyalgia painReduce muscle tensionEnhance exercise performanceRelieve tension headachesSleep betterEase Symptoms of depressionImprove cardiovascular healthReduce pain of osteoarthritisDecrease stress in cancer patientsImprove balance in older adultsDecrease rheumatoid arthritis painTemper effects of dementiaPromote relaxationLower blood pressureDecrease symptoms of Carpal Tunnel SyndromeHelp chronic neck painIncrease range of motionDecrease migraine frequencyImprove quality […]

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