Tissue manipulator Elizabeth Peeples owns and operates Massage Therapy and Bodyworks, where tense customers are skillfully kneaded until their muscles are relaxed, their aches are eliminated, and their limbs are refreshingly loosened. Select one of five types of massage—neuromuscular therapy, therapeutic massage, Swedish massage, aromatherapy, or deep-tissue massage—to reward your body for enduring years of the punishing physical comedy required for success in corporate America. Based on a physician's recommendation, Massage Therapy and Bodyworks also offers massage therapy to aid with work-related-injury rehabilitation or automobile-accident recovery. Like a bespoke Batman costume, each massage is tailored to the personal necessities of each patron.
Licensed massage therapist Lynn M. Thal draws from more than 20 years of experience to help clients feel their best. She calibrates each stroke to clients' needs, pulling together modalities from twelve types of massage, including the elongation techniques of Swedish, sports, and aromatherapy. She targets the source of headaches during Migraine Miracle massages and joins forces with a partner to perform indulgent four-hand sessions. As a Reiki master, she works to promote relaxation and wellness by manually clearing clients' energy channels that have been blocked by double-parked cars.
Situated inside The Face Place, licensed massage therapists Emilie Peters and Jenna Crooker combine their muscle-mending skills to alleviate a range of soft-tissue ailments. Between the two of them, their six hands contain the know-how to move along spinal fluid to reduce headaches and get jaw joints to quit clicking with TMJ massage. Where hands alone come up short, Emilie and Jenna employ items such as cold stones and bamboo stalks to relieve migraines or reach deep into tissue to unearth embedded soreness.
Doctor of Chiropractic Antonio Crisci has spent the past two decades not only relieving patients’ back pain but also giving them the tools and knowledge to lead more active lives. With online wellness tips and exercise videos, he provides real-life solutions for daily issues, such as how to avoid muscular damage when talking on the phone or the best way to lift a 200-pound anvil. These tips work to supplement his in-office treatment plans, which could include spinal adjustments, electrical muscle stimulation, or therapeutic massages.
Pain specialist Dr. Mazzone of Healing Touch Neurologic Relief Center specializes in neurologic-relief testing and is 1 of only about 225 doctors in the world who specializes in the technique. He and his staff can seek out the sources of maladies such as chronic pain, migraines, and fibromyalgia, and then prescribe an effective NRC treatment plan along with corrective exercises, massage therapy, or nutritional counseling.