Ok, I’ll have to apologize to those who didn’t know, but I’ve been accepting Health Savings Accounts (HSA) and Flex Spending Accounts (FSA) for a while now. I know these accounts have become more popular due to higher deductible plans and many companies contribute to these accounts. For the moment, these accounts are the next best thing to accepting insurance in my practice.
The Hypervolt can really help with muscle spasms, stubborn trigger points, and improve range of movement. Clients are raving about this device as it really helps with their range of movement right away! What are some it’s other benefits? Read on to find out!
I wanted to enhance my clients experience during their massage sessions by making upgrades to my massage table. So what did I do? Read on to find out!
I’m excited to announce that Pain Relief Massage & Wellness has just added the Biomat as a part of regular massage sessions! Simply put, the Biomat is an infrared table warmer that feels amazing & will improve the effectiveness of the massage treatment.
Cupping therapy can feel just as amazing as a full body massage. In fact, cupping can be more beneficial than regular massage for some conditions. How so? Read on to find out!
In this video blog, I explain why its important to be comfortable for your massage session. The more comfortable & relaxed you are, the more effective the treatment will be. I'll be going over communication, expectations, proper body draping & more.
Massage isn't just something you do just because you're on vacation. It's a viable option for your own self-care needs. You may not know it yet, but you're probably in need of a good massage.
The pounding pressure seems to emanate from your own heartbeat and into your eye sockets and teeth, too. Sinus pressure is more than irritating; it is painful.
Massage therapy brings so many benefits for those who get them regularly. Need to relax and de-stress after a crazy holiday season? There's no better way than laying on a heated massage table with warm towels, relaxing music, soothing massage, and disconnecting from the world (I suggest turning cell phones off). Is the cold weather making pain symptoms worse? Massage therapy can help! Who do you know that could benefit? You probably don't have to think too hard about who could really use a massage this season.
4.5 million experience headaches more than once every month. Roughly 30 to 35 million people experience sinus pain during the same period. If you suffer either or both of these conditions, you can employ some massage tactics for relief. See what you can do to decrease these symptoms.