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What can I expect from my physical therapist?
Your physical therapist will examine you and educate you regarding the findings. Together, you and your therapist will develop a plan of care to achieve physical therapy goals as well as personal goals related to your condition. This plan will incorporate a variety of treatment techniques that can help you move, reduce pain, restore function, and prevent disability. Examples of treatment techniques include (but are not limited to): therapeutic exercise, joint mobilizations, stretching, gait training, balance training, ultrasound, electrical stimulation, cryotherapy and heat therapy.
How is massage therapy different from physical therapy?
Your massage therapist’s examination will focus on soft tissues like muscles, tendons and connective tissues. Based on the findings, your massage therapist will apply specific massage therapy techniques to include effleurage, petrissage, sports massage, Lomi Lomi, Okazaki techniques and/or neuromuscular massage. Your massage therapist and physical therapist share the same goals of restoring movement and function, your massage therapist will focus mainly on the soft tissue impairments associated with your condition.
10 Benefits of Massage
- Reduces recovery time
- Reduces muscle spasm
- Reduces pain
- Reduces stiffness
- Promotes stress relief
- Increases circulation
- Increases range of motion
- Helps manage anxiety and depression
- Helps control blood pressure
- Helps boost immunity
Single Purchase Massages
- 25 minute Therapeutic Massage - $35
- 50 minute Therapeutic Massage - $70
...with cupping - $85
- 80 minute Therapeutic Massage - $100
...with cupping - $115
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