MassageTherapyYou asked for it, we listened . . .

Over the years many clients have come to us seeking out massage therapy, however, we held off offering massage therapy because we could not find someone that had the experience, the passion, and the drive to treat in excellence and understood the needs of our clientele.  However, NOW we have a practitioner that has a passion to learn about the body, about injury, disease, and pathology and build upon what the average massage therapist understands.

Come Experience The Difference!Massage therapy1

Eric Johnson, LMT

Eric was a professional golfer who understands the what it takes to stay in peak performance, how the wear and tear of life can take its toll.  He desires to serve every client the highest degree possible, and his understanding of injury in

He desires to serve every client the highest degree possible, and his understanding of injury in conjunction with his advanced training makes him the ideal practitioner for our patients and is why our doctors highly recommend his services.

Services Available (discount packages are available, ask during your first treatment):

60 minute Swedish  Massage $65.00 (30 minutes $35; 90 minute $90)

Swedish massage was developed by a physiologist at the University of Stockholm in 1812 and is the most common type of massage.  Massage oil or lotion is used to make long, smooth strokes and for kneading and friction.  Swedish massage focuses on the superficial layers of muscle to enhance circulation, remove waste, relieve muscle tension, and ease the pain.   Most people find it very relaxing.

1 hour Deep Tissue Massage:  $85.00 (30 minutes $45; 90 minute $110)

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Deep tissue massage focuses on chronic muscle tension and knots in the deeper layers of muscle. Many of the same strokes as Swedish massage are used, but the movement is slower, and the pressure is deeper and concentrated on areas of tension and pain.

There may be discomfort during deep tissue massage. Let your therapist know where you feel any pain or discomfort. Deep tissue massage is used primarily for chronic muscle pain and rehabilitation after injuries.

1 hour Sports Massage $85.00 (30 minutes $45; 90 minute $110)

Sports massage is specifically designed for people who are involved in physical activity. The focus isn’t on relaxation but on preventing and treating injury and enhancing performance. A combination of techniques are used and the strokes are generally faster than Swedish massage, often combined with facilitated stretching techniques. The goal helps to loosen muscles and increase flexibility. This will often promote:

*Relaxation
*Tension release in the back, neck, and shoulders
*Reduced swelling in the arms and legs
*Easing of stress on hip and knees joints

1 Hour Therapeutic Medical Massage $75.00 (30 minutes $40; 90 minute $100)

Therapeutic massages focus only on regions of dysfunction, tightness, and pain.  This technique involves many of the above-mentioned techniques, but places an emphasis on the “specific” tissues of dysfunction that may be causing symptoms and is often regional vs. whole body in nature.  Treatment is tailored to the needs of the particular client, and how they are presenting at the time of treatment.

Common areas of emphasis:

  • Low back and hips.
  • Upper back and neck
  • Neck and shoulder

FREE DISCOVERY SESSIONS Available:

Back exam

If you are new to our clinic, and are presenting with pain symptoms, our therapeutic medical massage therapists may ask your permission to have one of our experts perform an orthopedic screening to identify problematic areas, and to rule out any red flags that may be need to be addressed specifically.

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We desire you to get the most out of your therapeutic massage experience, and are willing go out of our way to give you the very best in care.

The American Massage Therapy Association reports that massage patients have indicated improvement in the situations or conditions on the following list:

*Arthritis
*Asthma
*Carpal tunnel syndromeupper back pain
*Chronic and acute pain
*Circulatory problems
*Gastrointestinal disorders (including spastic colon, colic and constipation)
*Headache
*Immune function disorders
*Insomnia
*Myofascial pain
*Premature infants
*Reduced range of motion
*Sports injuries (including pulled or strained muscles and ligaments)
*Stress
*Temporomandibular joint (TMJ) dysfunction

Moreover, clinical research has shown massage therapy can:

*Be more effective for chronic back pain than other complementary therapies.
*Promote relaxation and alleviate the perception of pain and anxiety in cancer patients.
*Reduce post-traumatic headaches better than cold pack treatments.
*Lessen pain and muscle spasms in patients who have undergone heart bypass surgery.
*Stimulate the brain to produce endorphins.
*Improve confidence by encouraging patients to effectively cope with their pain.

Come experience the difference!

We look forward to serving you soon.

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