Benefits of Massage
Improves circulation of the blood.
Assists detoxifying functions of the lymphatic system.
Helps prevent and relieve muscle cramps, spasm, and constriction.
Relieves pain in conditions such as arthritis, whiplash, sciatica, headaches, and fibromyalgia.
Eases the dependency of pain medications.
Reduces tension and anxiety, calms the nervous system, and promotes renewed energy.
Improves the condition of the skin - the body's largest organ.
Ability Physical Therapy has massage therapists at each of their 4 locations, each with their own style and techniques. The following types of massage therapy are offered at Ability:
Swedish Massage: System of long strokes, kneading, and friction techniques to relax muscles.
Neuromuscular/Deep Tissue: The use of deep digital pressure and friction to manipulate soft tissue and balance the central nervous system.
Sports Massage: Pre-event, post-event, and rehabilitative massage tailored specifically to athletes.
Myofascial Release: Stretching and manipulation of the tough connective tissue that surrounds the body.
Reiki: A Japanese technique used to reduce stress, promote relaxation, and aid in overall wellness.
90 Minute - $90.00
60 Minute - $65.00
30 Minute - $42.00
Brenda Naaktgeboren, LMT
Jennifer Kellogg, BS, PTA, LMT
Sadie Sell, LMT
Sarah Boniface, LMT
Andrea Oldfield, LMT
Solon, Mt. Vernon