Manual Therapy – is an expert form of massage that requires advanced training in pathology, anatomy and pain management. It uses specific treatments to work with disease, pain and recovery from injury. Manual Therapy is not a general treatment; it is a goal-focused therapy with a definite outcome or goal. 30- 60-90 min
Medical Massage – is a distinct set of procedures prescribed by doctors for medically necessary purposes—often for symptoms that have not responded to other modalities. Often covered by Health Insurance Plans.30 – 60 – 90 min
CranioSacral Therapy– Using a gentle touch your internal environment is evaluated. Gentle strokes release tension around the brain and spinal cord allowing the entire body to relax and self correct. By freeing the central nervous system pain and stress are naturally eliminated. 60 – 90 min
Neuromuscular– is a precise, thorough examination and treatment of the body’s soft tissues using regionally oriented protocols that are taught in a step-by-step process. These time-tested, hands-on techniques are built upon a science-based foundation and guided by clinical evidence. 60 – 90 min
Deep Tissue-For people experiencing chronic pain or just like a deeper massage. Trigger points are manipulated to release tension, restoring muscle integrity and overall body balance. 30-60-90 min
Active Isolative Stretching– Targets muscles with stretching and holding for a second. Active Isolated stretching can help the body relieve achy /sore muscles and help maintain flexibility. 60 min
Acupuncture– Treating various disorders by stimulating nerve impulses to relieve pain, treat a disease, or anesthetize a body part, Acupuncture has its origin in Traditional Chinese Medicine and has been in use for more than 5,000 years. Rebecca Serijan, AP RDH, blends dental hygiene therapy with drug free pain therapy for accelerated healing. Office visits and procedures are often covered by Health Insurance Plans.