Soft tissue therapy is a form of targeted therapeutic touch. While general bodywork might feel great, it isn’t necessarily conducted to achieve a specific clinical objective. We utilize soft tissue therapy as part of a comprehensive physical therapy system to help reduce pain, improve range of motion, and decrease the perception of tightness or stiffness. We employ a variety of soft tissue techniques including stripping, pin and stretch, and digital/focal pressure to elicit favorable objective and subjective changes.

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What are the benefits of deep tissue massage?

Increased range of motion, decreased pain and stiffness, and relaxation of muscle tone.

Who is deep tissue massage right for?

Anyone looking to feel looser and more relaxed.

Does deep tissue massage help with pain?

Deep tissue massage may help with pain.

Does deep tissue massage hurt?

Deep tissue massage may hurt though the therapist should solicit feedback to ensure that the recipient isnt guarding too much.

Does insurance cover deep tissue massage?

It depends on the policy.

Is there anything I should avoid before getting a massage?

Nothing in particular

What is the difference between soft and deep tissue massage?

The amount of pressure applied to the tissue.

Can I exercise after a massage?

Typically, yes.

Will I need more than one massage treatment?

It depends on ones goal in seeking massage treatment.