Muscular Rehab Center

4029 W Henrietta Rd, Rochester, NY 14623 Directions

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Report | 10 months ago
Janet K.
Will return.
Report | 11 months ago
Phil T.
Bought for my friend, and she thought it was great!
Report | 11 months ago
Very professional...
Report | a year ago
Christine B.
I was VERY pleased with both my massages and prepaid another in advance before I left.
Report | a year ago
Brian H.
I would rate my experience a 90 out of 100. I was completely relaxed and "stretched out' afterwards. The only suggestion I have is that the soundproofing between rooms wasn't good and in the room next to the massage room there was loud noises (perhaps a chiro table?) as well as a person working there that was kind of loud. It was a little distracting at times.
Report | a year ago
Ernst L.
They were fantastic.
Report | a year ago
Robin L.
Great massage for pain relief but not for people looking for the spa experience
Report | a year ago
Serra K.
good location
Report | a year ago
Margot M.
I believe the price for a massage is what the going rate is in this area. It is a basic massage with no add-ons, e.g. hot stone.
Report | a year ago
George M.
I am a new patient due to my first visit and look forward to a great relationship.
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Many people think of massage as relaxing, but [Christopher Benson] (, the licensed massage therapist who runs Muscular Rehab Center, knows that the practice can also be therapeutic, reducing inflammation and pain and increasing clients’ range of motion. During complimentary consultations, Benson addresses clients’ concerns and discusses his many specialty areas—chronic pain, trauma, posture improvement, and mobility issues. Benson's technique varies, sometimes blending Swedish and deep-tissue strokes to release pressure points, and sometimes adhering to the myoskeletal-release method in order to lengthen tight muscles, but almost always leaving his clients with less pain and more flexibility to help them fit into last season's human-pretzel costumes.

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