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Clinical Massage 

"It’s the bodies! Each unique in its voice, each specific in its process to unveil and release what’s injured, physically, emotionally – often both. It amazes me, especially after nearly 30 years, how I still love practicing massage."  Patty

Clinical Massage = Rehabilitation

Trauma seems to visit all lives, whether from accidents, surgery, sports, or even unkind, harsh words. This leaves a physical imprint that ranges from stiffness to chronic pain. The body will heal an injury. The traumatic imprint, on the other hand, remains only to be further aggravated by stress and everyday living.


Symptoms may vary from:

  • Any pain

  • Stiffness/discomfort (local or regional)

  • Sciatica

  • Back pain (lower, mid or neck)

  • Knee issues

  • Hip pain (either when moving or seated)

  •  Post surgery (with Dr. prescription) for

    • Pain

    • To reduce scar tissue

    • Accelerate healing

  • Limited range of motion

  • General sensation of aching or heaviness

  • Chronic headaches

  • Migraines 

Clinical massage is rehabilitation. By using a wide spectrum of modalities, massage begins to:

  • Restore proper joint function as it releases hyper-tense muscles and clears accumulated toxicity in the muscle attachments

  • Improve circulation, restoring health and vitality through cellular nourishment

  • Stimulates and cleanses the lymphatic system, a major part of the immune system, which fights all illnesses from colds to cancer

Wondering how a massage will make you feel? Lisa Kiebzak, a client and artist, gifted me with this drawing, saying: "This is how I feel after my massage." 

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