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Orthopedic Massage for Pain Management
We practice Tui Na, a Traditional Chinese Medicine form of massage focused on returning joints to their normal range of motion and reducing the pain that results from dysfunctional joints.
Tui Na, sometimes called trauma therapy, breaks down scar tissue and adhesions. This relaxes muscles and tendons and opens circulation for the blood and Qi energy to speed up the healing process.
Using Tui Na to restore structural balance throughout the body allows us to both prevent and rehabilitate dysfunction, to keep your body flexible and pain-free.
Realign for Range of Motion
Unlike Western massage systems, Tui Na has the ability to effectively treat range of motion and bone alignment conditions. And unlike chiropractic, Tui Na treats the muscular tension surrounding joints and bony structures to avoid the rebound effect chiropractic patients often experience.
Release Chronic Pain
Connective tissues called fascia surrounds the muscles, bones, nerves, and organs of the body. Restriction in the fascia caused by trauma, posture, repetitive use, or inflammation can put a great deal of pressure on nerves and muscles, causing chronic pain. With Tui Na myofascial release treatment, we can increase circulation and release tension in the fascia to balance tissue and muscle mechanics for pain management.
Treat the Whole Body
Every treatment can be considered a “whole body” treatment, even when one trouble area is the focus of the session. This means that problems with the emotions, digestion, and general energy levels can be treated, as well as chronic areas of pain and tension that you might normally see a massage therapist for.
Fully Clothed Massage
We practice Tui Na traditionally, on fully clothed clients. You should wear loose, comfortable clothing to ensure we can move your joints through their full range of motion. Your therapist will move you into yoga-like stretches as they work on various pressure points.
Benefits of Tui Na
Learn more about the benefits of Tui Na, an ancient Chinese therapeutic massage modality.