Led by naturopathic physician Dr. Justin Morse, Absolute Health Medical Center's team of massage therapists, a colon hydrotherapist an aesthetician, and a dental hygienist work together to create integrated, naturopathic and mainstream care plans for each patient. Through this approach, he and his staff members provide both primary medical and dental care. They assist clients through specialty services as well, from weight loss through HCG dieting to detoxification through colon hydrotherapy and infrared-sauna therapy. They also offer aesthetic services, such as organic skincare microdermabrasion, and chemical peels.
It's simple: stiff muscles don't want to move. That's why massage therapist Jason Lee descends on tension with four types of massage modalities, loosening muscles so they can range through the full swirl of motions. Myofascial release, for instance, breaks up internal scar tissue that holds muscle fibers in place, and deep-tissue pressures deliver cross-grain strokes to ease out movement-impeding muscle knots.
A member of the Pain Society of Oregon, licensed massage therapist Bruce Schaefer (OBMT certification #15180) subdues muscle pain through muscle-melting massages. Bruce begins by assessing the causes of each client's pain to determine if it derives from poor posture, poor badminton form, or belly flopping into a frozen pool. After choosing the Swedish or deep-tissue modality, guests can ponder the cosmos as the professional massage therapist evaporates gallons of stress held in the corporeal structure. Massage therapy can help mitigate the severity of several afflictions, such as neck pain, insomnia, tennis elbow, Aspartame face, and carpal tunnel syndrome.
Malee Meador makes her clients' skin look luminous at Utopia Salon. In addition to refurbishing faces with custom facials and crystal-free diamond microdermabrasions that slough off dead skin cells, she polishes and massages backs with aromatherapy back facials using natural essential oils. Moroccan smoothing body wraps restore all-over glows to clients' figures with the help of a full-body salt scrub, warm mud, and a soothing moisturizer.
For more than 10 years, Christina Baird has been customizing massage experiences for her clients in her cozy, private treatment rooms. With deep-tissue, trigger-point, and myofascial-release therapies in her arsenal, she focuses on providing benefits that include decreased anxiety, increased energy, reduced aches, and a better quality of sleep.
The seasoned muscle and spine specialists at Eugene Wellness Center champion whole-body wellness with a bevy of stress-relieving and ailment-assuaging services. During the one-hour raindrop therapy massage, customers can unwind amid soft lighting and invigorating aromas while muscle menders rub essential oils into their feet, back, shoulders, neck, and dorsal fins, chasing away tension and banishing aches.