Dr. Annette S. Allen adjusts spines to help alleviate neck and back pain in her clients. Her treatments may also relieve discomfort caused by migraines, carpal tunnel syndrome, and fibromyalgia. In her office, tall dividers and invisibility cloaks partition treatment tables and massage chairs for added privacy during appointments.
Doctor of Chiropractic Robert Aldridge using his chiropractic skills and certification in acupuncture to lessen his patients’ pain, whether it stems from a bad back or severe allergies. Massage therapies and corrective exercises also boost patients' health, along with orthotic screenings.
Artistic by nature, Ujamaa Shelton initially pursued a career in photography. Then, economic forces nudged him toward a change. As he pondered his future, Shelton realized that his passion for creativity and his desire to help others was perfectly suited to massage therapy. Shelton earned his massage license and promptly opened Myokneads with his wife, Kim Higgs. Today, the duo kneads sinews using Swedish, deep-tissue, and trigger-point massage techniques at their private studio, in their clients' homes, and at the top of human pyramids. In addition to tailoring his sessions with stretching, Shelton creates his own music to encourage clients' relaxation.
When clients walk through Kimberly Higgs?s door, the licensed massage therapist immediately directs all of her attention their way. She approaches each massage as an opportunity to tailor her skills to meet her patients? needs, whether they?re looking to ease chronic pain or simply melt away stress accrued during a hectic workweek. She can vary the amount of pressure she uses, the areas she focuses on, and the techniques she employs during each session. For clients dealing with tension headaches or who regularly get their heads caught in elevator doors, Kim can add on a special scalp-focused treatment for an additional fee.
Hot-towel treatments, aromatherapy oils, and relaxing foot scrubs await clients looking to unwind at True Balance Therapeutic Massage. But the therapists are concerned with more than just the indulgent side of massages; they also want to help improve their clients' overall health and wellbeing. During sessions, the team works to evaporate tension by drawing on Swedish, deep-tissue and hot stone techniques, while also educating guests on massage's many other benefits, which can include improved sleep, better blood circulation, and emotional balance.