Massage therapy is a hands-on practice that involves the manipulation of soft tissues in the body, such as muscles, tendons, ligaments, and connective tissue. The primary goal of massage therapy is to enhance a person’s overall well-being and promote relaxation. However, it also addresses various health conditions, aids in the recovery from injuries, and contributes to stress reduction.
Registered massage therapists use a variety of techniques, such as kneading, stroking, friction, compression, and stretching, to manipulate the muscles and other soft tissues. These techniques can help improve circulation, alleviate muscle tension, reduce pain, enhance flexibility, and promote relaxation.
Massage therapy is commonly used for:
It’s important to note that massage therapy should be performed by licensed and trained professionals to ensure its effectiveness and safety. The practice may vary in style and focus, with specialized forms such as sports massage, deep tissue massage, and Swedish massage, each catering to specific needs and preferences.
At your first visit, you will spend a dedicated 1-on-1 time with your Registered Massage Therapist. During this time, you can expect:
Professionalism and Expertise:
These three elements—professionalism, therapeutic benefits, and a client-centered approach—contribute to a positive and effective registered massage therapist session. Always feel free to communicate openly with your therapist to ensure that your expectations are met and that the session addresses your specific needs and preferences.
Insurance Covered & Submitted for You
Typically, appointments extend anywhere between 30-60 minutes.
Yes, we can bill directly to most insurers. Give us a call if you would like to confirm.
First appointments can be slightly unsettling. Don’t worry, you are in good hands! Expect a series of questions confirming medical and relevant history, a thorough assessment and a customized treatment plan to achieve your goals. You will feel better, that’s guaranteed!