PAIN STOP Massages an outcome based massage that is directed and supervised by your doctor.
Reflexology practitioners theorize that there are major reflex points in the hands and feet corresponding to each organ and major muscle group in the body. Pressure on these points releases restricted energy flow and improves blood supply. Since the extremities have a rich supply of nerve endings, stimulation to these points can have far-reaching effects, including release of endorphins into the bloodstream, providing pain relief and a feeling of well-being.
Acupuncture is one of the oldest and most respected alternative medical treatments in the world. It originated in China over 5,000 years ago and has a proven history of effectiveness. More than eight million Americans have used acupuncture to treat a variety of common health conditions. Acupuncture treatments are holistic and preventive, treating the entire person, not just the part that hurts. Chinese medicine utilizes acupuncture needles to access and balance a person’s qi or vital energy, by stimulating points along energy paths called meridians.
Chiropracti Therapy is a holistic approach that addresses the relationship between the structure of the spinal column, the nervous system, and disease. Because the nervous system carries energetic impulses throughout the body and controls most body functions, any obstruction can lead to disease processes. Chiropractic assists the body in maintaining a balanced state of health by realigning the spine and extremities to support optimal functioning of the nervous system. When the spine is realigned, nerve impulses flow more effectively, healing takes place, and symptoms resolve..
Deep Tissue Massage
Applies targeted pressure to deep tissues damaged from injury or chronic muscular tension patterns. This massage eases chronic muscle knots and pain, restores joint mobility, increases blood and lymphatic circulation, assists in correcting postural dysfunctions like curvature of the spine, and often relieves the numbness and pain of repetitive-use injuries.