If you have acute or chronic pain, massage can help relieve symptoms and help you manage your pain. How often you may need massage can vary from person to person. It's best to consult with your massage therapist for a treatment plan that is best suited to the individual.
In addition to chronic and acute pain, massage therapy may reduce symptoms of anxiety, depression, migraines and stress. It can also help with:
- Autoimmune conditions such as lupus and rheumatoid arthritis
- Blood circulation
- Immune system support
- Lymphatic flow
- Overall wellness
- Pre- and post-operative care
- Reducing pain medicines
About our team
Jennifer Hessick, LMT uses a combination of therapeutic and relaxation techniques as an effective treatment for reducing stress, pain and muscle tension.
Carla De Martino, LMT provides therapeutic massage for patients experiencing acute and chronic pain. Her areas of expertise include working with pregnant and postpartum women, cancer patients undergoing treatment, in recovery, or facing end-of-life issues, women experiencing menopausal symptoms, patients recovering from surgery, and those with chronic conditions such as arthritis, scoliosis, lupus and fibromyalgia.