FAQ’S

Frequently Asked Questions

  • Fewer Aches & Pain
  • Relieves Backaches & Muscle Aches
  • Lessens Overall Body Stiffness
  • Helps with chronic & acute muscle pain
  • Relieves neck & shoulder aches
  • relieves carpal tunnel & tennis elbow
  • lessens hand, wrist, elbow, & arm pain
  • improves pulmonary function
  • lower blood pressure
  • decreases anxiety, tension & stress
  • releases muscle tension
  • releases tension-related ailments
  • releases muscle spasms, cramps, & knots
  • stimulates natural self-healing
  • relieves headaches – tension & migraines
  • increases blood and lymph circulation
  • promotes healthy digestion
  • enhances the function of bodily processes
  • stimulates overall body health
  • improves sensory & motor functions
  • promotes resistance to disease
  • relieves sciatic pain
  • hip dysplasia & plantar fasciitis
  • lessens foot, leg, knee & hip pain
  • relieves restless leg syndrome
  • takes the edge off fibromyalgia pain
  • improves neurological disorders
  • lessens the healing time of injuries & reduces scar tissue
  • increases range of motion
  • maintains muscle tone & joint flexibility
  • aids in post-surgery recovery
  • enhances athletic performance
  • flushes toxins from muscles & joints
  • improves the central nervous system

It is the use of various proven techniques applied to the soft tissues and the muscular structure of the body to improve overall health and well-being of a person.

It is the use of different forms of touch therapies using movement and manipulation to have an effect on structural modification of the body.

The most common techniques used are kneading, stroking, compression, stretching, and pressure to the body’s soft tissue and/or the muscular structure itself. The therapies do not include manipulation of the bones.

First and most importantly, a thorough Orthopedic assessment is performed. Through testing, visual evaluation, and client questioning, the therapist determines what therapies will be most beneficial.

Services may be covered when prescribed by a chiropractor, osteopath, physical therapist, or physician. Call your health care provider.

Every experience throughout your life is stored in your body. Because there is so much input in each moment the body cannot process everything immediately. When events and experiences have not been processed at the moment, they are stored in the body. Bodywork frees the body from these holds and patterns creating freedom and release from pains of both the body and mind.

Yes. Are you experiencing one leg being longer than the other? Do you have restless leg syndrome, dropped foot, scoliosis, problems rotating your spine? Do you walk with a limp or have pain in your hip? Ankles, knees, hips, shoulders, and neck are the main issues to be resolved. All of these issues are resolvable. We can help.

Yes, athletes are helped from club sports to professionals. When the muscles are tight, the body is slow. Overuse to compensate causes the body to over-protect making it more susceptible to injury. Roughly seventy percent of injuries come from having tight or trapped muscles. Athletes require maintenance. We are here to fix the issues in the body, enhance performance, and provide injury prevention and maintenance care.

Yes. When the brain will not shut down, the body does not rest. This can happen from trauma or being overworked. Bodywork combined with meditation tools can help remedy these obstacles.

In the human body, there are no separate pieces and parts, everything works together. If your issue or injury has happened recently the results may be immediate. If it is a build up over years the results may require consistent treatment to resolve. Persistence heals the body.

Yes. Help is provided to couples working to have a healthy relationship or preparing to have children, and families adjusting to life.