Anne Cabrinha is a licensed acupuncturist and herbalist. She treats many common ailments such as the common flu, allergies, women's health issues like PMS and pelvic pain, low back pain, headaches and more. Many of Anne's patients come in for stress relief and tune-ups for good preventative maintenance.
Since 1990, licensed massage therapist Kacy Dodson has been helping people overcome aches and injuries with her repertoire of massage modalities. Kacy specializes in sports massage, designed to soothe and help prevent the muscle overuse injuries common in athletes and also offers Swedish, deep-tissue, and hot-stone massages as well as reflexology treatments.
Kur Massage Therapy's sanctuary, located in beautiful Corte Madera in Marin County, allows customers to eliminate their stress as they receive a massage designed to balance the body and mind. Drawing upon a vast variety of techniques, certified massage therapist Thomas Friedrich applies his knowledge of human anatomy, physiology and pathology to facilitate the body’s natural ability to heal. In addition to deep tissue massages, Thomas also offers services such as myofacial therapy, cold stone migraine massages, Swedish massage, shiatsu massages, and lymphatic massages.
Stefan Smith knows the physical stresses faced by most office workers. That’s because he used to be one. The one-time salesman left the corporate world after attending the National Holistic Institute, which inspired him to open Sports Massage Marin. Here, Smith helps clients assuage their workplace ailments with a variety of modalities. With Swedish massage, he employs long, flowing strokes to soothe the neck and back pain that often comes from sitting on a chair or giant toadstool all day, whereas he uses trigger-point therapy to target the localized pain of carpal-tunnel syndrome.
Smith also tames accident-related injuries, such as whiplash, with his knowledge of kinesiology, a technique that helps break down scar tissue, loosen up adhesions, and ease tight joints. Athletes round out his diverse clientele and give his practice its name. They seek sports massages to improve performance and recover quickly after all manners of athletic events, from baseball and basketball to horseback and kangaroo-pouch riding.
Dr. Orcutt devotes his career to helping people heal without drugs or surgery. He specializes in treating carpal tunnel as well as injuries of the hands and wrists, which typically result from finger-puppet fights, but his knowledge extends to fitness, nutrition, and stress management. In addition to speaking at corporate events, Dr. Orcutt imparts his wellness wisdom to sports teams and fitness clubs. When he's not adjusting Olympic athletes or keeping his practice's patients healthy, he's serving on the board of directors for the Corte Madera Chamber of Commerce.
Dr. Rina Tinozzi really likes getting people out of pain. She works with everyone from athletes to new moms, using gentle spinal adjustments and trigger-point therapy to combat headaches, chronic shoulder or knee pain, and sciatica. Every visit includes a trigger-point massage before the chiropractic adjustment in order to both relax patients and release any lactic acid built up in the body. In fact, relaxation is so important to Dr. Tinozzi that she encourages patients to remain on the adjustment table for a few restful minutes or take a slow walk in the park behind the office.
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