Massage therapy is the treatment of soft tissue (muscle, connective tissue, tendons and ligaments) through various techniques.

Massage therapy can be an important part of your over all health care routine.

Massage therapy can aid in:

  • reducing or eliminating pain
  • increasing circulation
  • increasing lymphatic drainage
  • decreasing stress and anxiety
  • reducing muscular tension

Massage therapists can work with a wide range of ages, patients, and conditions as well as acute to chronic injuries. Massage therapy can be used as a preventative measure for patients to help with stress management, repetitive strains from work tasks or postures, involvement in sport training as well as workplace injuries and motor vehicle accidents. Together with you and you therapist you can create a treatment plan that addresses your needs.