Massage to your upper back, shoulders, and neck, along with some very subtle techniques used on the skull and facial bones will help decrease your headache; oftentimes, there is immediate relief.
The manual influence or manipulation of soft tissue structures of the body, such as muscle and connective tissue. It alleviates pain, decreases muscle tension, and promotes a life of health and wellness.
I use a light to medium smooth, flowing style. It is intended to increase circulation and to calm the mind, body and nervous system which promotes an overall state of well-being.
Who Am I?
I am trained and experienced in Myofascial and Deep tissue techniques and Relaxation massage and am proficient in the treatment of TMJ Dysfunction, Headaches/Migraines, and Whiplash.
My client base consists of individuals who experience limitations due to myofascial pain, recreational athletes, and clients who want to indulge in a relaxing massage.
Frequently Asked Questions
Do you take my insurance?
I do bill private health insurance (if you have massage benefits) and am an in-network provider with the following insurance companies: Blue Cross Blue Shield, UnitedHealth Care, and Optum. If you have massage benefits through your health insurance, please contact me prior to scheduling an appointment, as I will need to check your specific benefits, including whether you will need a prescription from your physician.
Please note: verification of benefits does not guarantee payment of claims.
Do you work with Motor Vehicle Accidents?
If your treatment is for an auto accident, I will need a prescription from your treating physician (it can be a chiropractor). Please contact me prior to scheduling an appointment, as I will need to collect some claim information from you so that I can contact your medical claims representative to discuss your specific PIP coverage.