Basic Therapeutic Massage Therapy & Prenatal Massage
Advanced Massage Therapy
30 min. $45
60 min. $85
90 min. $120
*Manual Therapy Techniques is medically prescribed therapy that requires specialized training and documentation. Claims may or may not be covered by insurance and patient is responsible for all fees.
Myofascial Release Therapy John Barnes Method
A very effective technique of applying gentle sustained pressure into the myofascial connective tissue restrictions to eliminate pain & restore motion. Helps with chronic pain & Fibromyalgia.
Manual Lymphatic Drainage (MLD)
MLD is a gentle, relaxing form of massage for the body's immune system.MLD is effective in its ability to increase the production of white blood cells and to stimulate the immune system. The Lymphatic system runs throughout the body that circulates absorbing fluid, waste products, dead cells, bacteria, viruses, fats and proteins as it flows and also giving passage to immune cells as needed. If the system gets overtaxed because of ill health, surgery, stress or poor diet, it can get sluggish and not do its job as efficiently.
MLD is a great tool for general edema, Lymphedema (pitted Lymphedema is to be avoided), allergies, chronic sinusitis, IBS, Chrons Disease, Rhumatoid Arthritis, Lymph Node removal, pre & post surgery and boosting the immune system before the flu season starts.
*30 min. $45 / 60 min. $85 / 90 min. $120
*prices listed for point of sale discount only.
Is a safe and very effective hands-on technique that involves applying gentle sustained pressure into the Myofascial connective tissue restrictions to eliminate pain and restore motion through soft tissue manipulation. Trauma, inflammatory responses, and/or surgical procedures create myofascial restrictions that can produce tensile pressures of approximately 2,000 pounds per square inch on pain sensitive structures that do NOT show up in many of the standard tests (x-rays, myelgrams,CAT scans, electromyography. etc.). Myofascial Release allows us to look at each client as a unique individual and addresses the entire myofascial mind/body complex eliminating the pressure of the restricted fascial system that causes the symptoms.
*Prices listed for point of sale discount.
Need Relief? Experiencing any of the following conditions or Diagnoses?
AFTER 10 minutes of Therapy
Myofascial Release Scar Tissue Therapy
Myofascial Release Scar Tissue Therapy is very effective at releasing scar tissue and restoring flexibility and mobility to the affected area.
The release of scar tissue is a specialty and effective whether formed post-surgically or from injury. When we have a surgical procedure, the fascia is cut or torn and scar tissue is formed throughout the healing process. Scar tissue is a very dense and hard substance that is designed to hold our body together at the site of the surgery or injury. It serves us in this manner, however scar tissues draws up and pulls on other areas of the body, compresses the nerves, blood vessels, and underlying organs which affects physiological function and restricts physical movement. Over time this creates pain and dysfunction due to the amount of tension or pressure exerted on the underlying pain sensitive structures, When fascial restriction is present, pain and symptoms can appear to be unrelated and experienced in distal areas of the body far from the affected area.
Whether you are a golfer, tennis player or any other athlete, pro or casual, your flexability and mobility effects your game and your risk of injury. Our combination of advanced massage therapy techniques will help to improve one's game and help to reduce the possible risk of injuries. Learn routines to help you address minor muscular pains and help you pre, during and post game.
Auto Injury & Workers Compensation Insurance
Here at Restoration Massage Therapies, we are happy to accept and file most insurance claims for the following:
Workers' Compensation / Auto Injury Insurance (restrictions apply) / Some Out of Network Major Medical (restrictions apply)
Referrals may be obtained from a Medical Doctor, Doctor of Osteopathy, or Nurse Practitioner.
Patient responsible for all fees. Medically prescribed therapy may or may not be covered by insurance.