Work Place

Massage Therapy Helps Repetitive Strain Injuries and Chronic Pain

Relieve pain and restore movement Repetitive activities can cause pain and dysfunction.  These are commonly known as repetitive strain injuries (RSI’s).  These types of injuries can affect anyone from tennis players to office workers, golfers to carpenters. Frozen shoulder, tendinitis, tennis elbow, golfer’s elbow, carpal tunnel syndrome, and plantar fascitis are some examples of RSI’s. Do you Read More

Back to School Back Pain

Ergonomics for children and grown-ups, too Pediatricians, physical therapists, and massage therapists are seeing more young patients complaining of back and neck pain. One of the often overlooked culprits are backpacks. Backpack weight According to the American Chiropractic Association, backpack weight is contributing to pain earlier than in previous generations. By 4th or 5th grades, Read More

Massage For Men

Reduce stress, prevent injury, boost work performance Times have changed, but men are often still the main provider for their families and may have high-stress or physically demanding jobs. A sentiment also lingers that men should be tough enough to deal with these demands without complaint. However, men are bucking those preconceptions and doing more Read More

Chronic Pain in the Workplace

Over 116 million Americans experience chronic pain and they have to deal with it when they go into the workplace.  Rheumatoid arthritis, low back pain, eye strain, neck pain, carpal tunnel and lots more are exacerbated by today's modern office habits.  We were not made to be sedentary and be placed in situtations that require Read More