We have been in business serving the southwest suburbs of Chicago since 2001. We take pride in the cleanliness and relaxing enviornment that is created for our clients specific needs. Our office is located with a beautiful courtyard for relaxing before or after your session.All therapists are state licensed.
Herbalist and licensed clinical massage therapist Marguerite Wright offers natural healing solutions to help clients get to the roots of their health issues, such as stress, insomnia, or depression. She offers a variety of massages, including Swedish, deep tissue, trigger point, aromatherapy, and sports. She also offers herbal supplements, essential oils, and homeopathics.
Licensed Massage Therapist Stephanie S. Clifton operates Encore Massage Therapy as a conduit for spreading the healing benefits of massage to the community. Her clinical-massage services can act as an alternative pain-maintenance plan for individuals suffering from a host of maladies. Stephanie attacks tension and stress through Swedish massage, sciatica through deep-tissue strokes, and chronic icicle growths through the sports modality. With regular treatment, individuals can preempt health issues down the road through increased relaxation, smoother digestion, and boosted endorphin levels.
With more than 20 years as a licensed chiropractor, Dr. Ralph Kruse knows how to treat the spine. But unlike most chiropractors, he can also heal rotator cuff injuries, tendonitis, bursitis, and other musculoskeletal conditions. That's because the doctor also brings professional certification in chiropractic orthopedics to the table, rounding out a career spent not only treating his own patients, but also authoring scientific studies on spinal issues and prenatal back pain.
At his office, Dr. Kruse specializes in a manipulation called Cox Flexion-Distraction, which uses a special table to gently adjust each vertebra and help treat a number of spinal conditions and disc problems. He also treat sports injuries with kinesio taping, a process that uses special tape to lift the skin and reduce inflammation. The center also has a holistic side—both Dr. Kruse and his chiropractic colleague, Dr. Olding, are also trained in acupuncture. They merge these skills with the training of four licensed massage therapists and a muscle-activation-technique specialist to heal patients inside and out with a number of full-body treatments. Once the doctors have treated the source of pain, the team can also customize an exercise program to reestablish balance and strengthen muscles.
The manicure begins with a hot spa soak that transitions into a shaping of all 10 or so fingertips. After a scented oil hand and arm massage using a Scrub A Dub’Dub earth salt treatment, clients can put newly polished dukes down and piggies up. Lay back or sit up in a shiatsu massaging chair as feet endure a soothing bath that exfoliates dearly departed dermis and reveals the cuddly side of tough and callous toes. The See Ya Later Alligator chemical peel removes stubborn dry skin from heels, while a nail-shaping, massaging, and shellacking complete the treatment. An aromatic Melt Away massage barrages barricaded neck and shoulder tension with warm towels, a relief balm, and the skilled muscular manipulations of a practiced massage therapist. Newly released toxins flow away from their corporeal source during the 30-minute detox bath, a relaxing foot soak enjoyed in a vibrating, massage chair. Ions generated by the foot bath enter the body, bonding with toxins over coffee and their shared interests, before coaxing them out again through the feet. During the ear candling, a paraffin candle gently draws away wax from its canal enclave, evaporating excess moisture and helping to relieve allergies, migraines, and pain.
The experienced massage therapists at Mobile Healing Hands travel to their clients’ homes, places of business, and favorite subway stations to relax tense bodies. They dispense the long, gliding strokes of a Swedish massage, trigger-point techniques for extra stubborn muscles, and heated lava stones during massage sessions.
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