Massage & Pain Relief Services

Your body is complicated. Every muscle, tendon, nerve, etc is related to the next on in line. When things happen to your body, a chain reaction occurs. Pain can be created in a day, weeks, or months from chronic situations or an acute event. Knowing how your body is reacting to certain events is key to getting rid of your body's pain. The following is a list of procedures that can or will relieve pain in your body.

Chiropractic Or Extremity Adjustments

Adjustments to correct misalignments in both the spine and extremities. When you body is not in sync, due to chronic or acute issues, pain generally shows up. Solving this type of pain problem can be done.


Using a tool, this technique enables clinicians to effectively address scar tissue and fascial restrictions. When you re-organizing muscle fibers they tend to heal correctly. This helps with soft tissue mobilization, treating pain, and lack of motion.

Myofascial Release

A treatment model in which virtually all soft tissue injuries that are related to muscles, tendons, ligaments, fascia and nerves can be healed in a short amount of time.

Corrective Exercises

AKA “rehab” is a series of specific movements and exercises that are designed to facilitate the healing process.


This concept helps loosen muscles, encourages blood flow, and breaks up the blockage to restore the body’s natural flow of energy.

Kinesiology Taping

By lifting the skin in a certain way or location, you allow the activation of proprioceptors, increased mobility of tissue beneath the tape, and increased muscle activation.

Dry Needling

The art of using acupuncture needles to deactivate trigger points, release taut muscles, and or to induce a new micro trauma to a tissue that is slow to heal or won’t heal. This powerful modality utilized in treating trigger points and muscular dysfunction is needed to be performed by trained practitioner.


Decompression can relieve pain associated with disc herniation, degenerative discs, and other spinal related syndromes, by reducing the pressure on the spinal discs and facet joints. This therapy helps the disc back to its original placement, relieving pressure on the nerves and reducing pain.