Massage Therapy

Massage therapy is used to rehabilitate injuries, reduce pain, and promote overall health and wellness.

Types of Therapies We Offer

Rehab 2 Wellness massage therapy treatment improves blood supply and nutrients to muscles by increasing circulation throughout the body. Each massage therapy treatment is customized to the needs, concerns and health status of the patient. Below are the techniques we offer:


Deep tissue massage therapy realigns deeper muscles which can provide relief for a stiff neck, low back pain, sore shoulders, leg muscle tightness, and other chronic pain. Our massage therapy unusually focuses on a specific chronic muscle pain or injury rehabilitation.  Other conditions that deep tissue massage therapy can help are limited movement, recovery from a sport injury, postural issues, muscle tension, repetitive strain injury, tennis elbow and osteoarthritis pain.


Cross friction massage is a physical therapy technique used to reduce scarring caused by inflammation by massaging the muscle fibers. This technique increases blood flow to the joint and increases oxygen which facilitates healing to allow pain free contraction of a muscle, facilitate full range of motion to a muscle and increase circulation.


Massage therapy during pregnancy is a healthy way to reduce stress and promote overall wellness. Relive many normal pregnancy discomforts such as leg cramps, stiff neck, backaches or swelling. Pregnancy massage encourages blood and lymph circulation, reduces stress on weight-bearing joints and helps to relax nervous tension which assists in a better night sleep.


Myofascial release therapy focuses on decreasing pain and increasing ones range of motion stretch and loosens the fascia and surrounding tissues to move freely . Myofascial Release is a highly specialized stretching technique used to treat patients with a variety of soft tissue problems. When muscle fibers are damaged, the fibers and the fascia (thin tissue that covers all the organs and muscles of the body) become short and tight. This uneven stress can be transmitted through the fascia to other parts of the body, causing pain and a variety of other symptoms in areas you would not expect.


A trigger point is a tight area within muscle tissue that causes pain at another part of the body. Trigger point massage therapy is designed to alleviate pain through cycles of isolated pressure and release. Patients often experience a significant decrease in pain after their first treatment. Receiving massage with trigger point therapy on a regularly can help help manage pain and stress from chronic injuries.