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Pain Management

For all types of pain management, we use an empirically-based form of massage known as neuromuscular rehabilitation therapy. This type of massage is a highly effective way to reduce or eliminate chronic pain by addressing the root cause of the issue.

Pain management sessions are rarely full-body. In our sessions, we’ll work to find the primary source of the problem, targeting trigger points, releasing stuck muscle, and finding problematic movement patterns that limit range of motion. Guided by clinical evidence, we customize each session based on the client’s condition and level of pain. This type of therapy can feel painful at first, so your therapist will continually communicate with you to ensure you’re getting the most from your session.

Great for:
  • Neurological conditions like fibromyalgia or trigeminal neuralgia
  • Post-surgical care
  • Athletic recovery
  • Acute injuries
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