The licensed massage therapists at Healing Hands Massage & Wellness pride themselves on the personalized care they give each and every achy muscle that falls under their hands. After free consultations, therapists swoop in to relieve stress with 1 of 10 modalities, ranging from aromatherapy-enriched Swedish massage to energy unblocking reflexology. After-hours and weekend appointments help busy professionals squeeze in relaxation whenever it’s convenient for them, and a full line of Body Magic supportive undergarments are available for purchase to help provide support for desk workers, expectant mothers, and competitive leap froggers.
Arthur Patterson sees energy everywhere he goes. Beyond electromagnetic waves emanating from light bulbs and radios, he sees the deeper, more intimate energy that exudes from each person. He graduated from Rising Spirit Institute of Natural Health a decade ago, and he also became nationally certified in massage therapy. While studying massage, Arthur decided to take his work a step further and specialized in massage and energy medicine. Today, he and his expert staff perform a complete holistic analysis on each client, analyzing his or her chakras and posture before performing a variety of services such as foot detox, acupressure, and hypnotherapy.
The team at Medprime Clinic has an eclectic set of skills. The health experts are not only able to speak languages from English and Spanish to Russian and Chinese, but also to tend to physiques with an equally diverse set of Western and alternative remedies. With physical therapy, spine rehab, and massage, they attack aches whose sources range from stress to recent car accidents. With acupuncture and oriental medicine, Dr. Yan utilizes 15-plus years of experience with ultrafine needles to catalyze the body’s self-healing processes. To prevent ailments in their early stages, the team can also screen physiques with x-rays, range of motion testing, and food-sensitivity testing.
Wanda Goodman isn't just an accomplished massage therapist—she's also a former nurse. After 23 years in emergency cardiac care, she’s seen first-hand the toll stress can take out on a person, from increased blood pressure to a shutdown of the immune system anytime the word "traffic" is uttered. She uses this knowledge, along with a vast understanding of anatomy and physiology to treat clients who suffer from stress, but also people who deal with muscle aches and sports injuries.
Massage therapist Victoria Crawley is the proud owner of two very skilled hands. When she's not using them to massage clients, she's usually knitting, crocheting, or crafting jewelry. But it's during Swedish and deep-tissue massages when her hands really shine. Tapping into 927 hours of training, she applies knuckles, thumbs, and palms to tense muscles and soft tissue, seeking out hidden knots and localized tension with intuitive strokes.
Drs. David McKenna and O'Hara McKenna work to improve the health of whole families, from children to seniors. The husband-and-wife team heal chronic pain and new injuries using manual adjustments, ultrasound treatments, cold-laser therapy, and massage sessions. To keep pain from returning, they make sure to discuss recurring factors and any helpful rehabilitative treatments with patients.