From Our Editors
You could say that Harley and Olga Hill didn't find their calling as massage therapists as much as their calling found them. Lingering football injuries left Harley in search of alternatives to traditional pain medications, and massage proved a successful fit. Alternatively, Olga learned massage at a young age; her father was a military doctor who found medical and orthopedic massage beneficial for treating wounded soldiers.
This husband-and-wife team were so inspired by their experiences on both sides of the massage table that they dedicated their lives to it, opening Medical Massage Clinic, under a different name, in 2000. Their services include medical massage and myoskeletal-alignment technique, which focuses on joint health as a means to correct back and muscle ailments. They're also practitioners of the Rossiter system, a regimen of pain-relieving stretching workouts that doesn't require drugs or surgery, but does require high ceilings.