For Care and Pain Management Of:

The following are common afflictions for which massage can provide significant relief.  Massage is highly effective for the following:

  • Headaches including those of muscular etiology and those associated with trigger point referral patterns which can mimic migraine headaches
  • TMJ pain management (associated with bruxism grinding of the teeth, dental procedures or with severe reflux disease)
  • Chronic postural discomfort as seen in computer workers, dental hygienists, kids lugging heavy backpacks, nursing mothers, …
  • Neck pain including whiplash
  • Frozen shoulders including those after a procedure such as mastectomy or pacemaker placement.
  • Overuse syndromes: lateral epicondylitis (tennis elbow), medial epicondylitis (golfer’s elbow), nonsurgical cases of carpal tunnel syndrome, and rotator cuff tendonosis
  • Noncardiac Chest Pain management (likely due to trigger point referral patterns) You must have seen your physician first before coming to see me for this.
  • Chest Wall pain management from coughing once you have recovered
  • Piriformis syndrome &/or tight gluteal muscles
  • Knee pain management after meniscus repair
  • Ankle pain management after a sprain
  • Plantar fasciitis
  • Discomfort in the prenatal and postpartum periods
  • Chronic pain from old injuries, scars, and arthritis
  • “Weekend warrior” pain management
  • Fibromyalgia / myofascial pain syndrom
  • Stress and anxiety