60 minutes $168
75 minutes $210
90 minutes $252
Muscles, tendons, ligaments, fascia, pain, inflammation, soreness, tight muscles, marathon runners, athletes, dance injuries, sports injuries. neck pain, upper to lower back pain, anterior hip pain, hip flexor (psoas) tightness and pain, gluteal pain, patellar tendonitis pain/knee pain. When it comes to ACL and meniscus problems, my earnest advice is to come in for a few musculoskeletal reasons like (neck pain or low back pain) and I will treat these knee issues and see if it helps you.
Also, treated are IT Band pain/patellar tracking pain, calf pain, achilles tendonitis, frozen shoulder, referred pain into your shoulder, rotator cuff injuries, golfer's and tennis elbow, (elbow bursitis will heal on it's own), migraines-headaches, TMJD-jaw tightness, foot pain, Morton's neuroma, Plantar fascitis pain.
Impinged nerve root in the neck I stay away from as I have found that manual pressure aggravates and doesn't help, for this I suggest seeing an Osteopathic physician who practices OMM osteopathic manipulative medicine.
I will begin 32 years of clinical practice on June 28th 2023, my goal, every year, is to provide efficient and effective success in the treatment of soft tissue conditions. How to apply these modalities varies dramatically depending on many factors, such as whether the client has an acute or chronic condition and the client’s age, conditioning, and level of pain. The goal of massage manual therapy is to provide the appropriate treatment specific to the client’s condition to optimize the body’s own healing potential. The underlying goal of this method of therapy is to induce profound relaxation while performing the techniques. This has been found to optimize the healing potential of the body and create the most successful outcome.