Massage Therapy

What is a Massage Therapist?
Massage therapists treat patients through a variety of bodywork techniques. With an extensive knowledge of anatomy and physiology, massage therapists are trained to treat various muscular dysfunctions through manual techniques.

Recognized as one of the oldest methods of healing, massage therapy helps improve circulation, decrease pain, relieve tension and stress, improve biomechanical function, and speed the body’s natural healing process.

What to Massage Therapists do?
Massage therapists are trained in specialized manual techniques such as deep tissue therapy, trigger point therapy, sports massage, and myofascial release which they may use exclusively or in combination to treat a variety of complaints.

Massage therapists use their skills to relieve trigger point pain, improve biomechanical function, aid in lymph drainage, heal injured tissues, relax contracted fascia (the protective covering of muscles), increase flexibility and range of motion, strengthen the immune system, and decrease chronic pain.  

Meet our Massage Therapists:
Sarah Mazur
Steve Terrazino

 

   
 

111 N. Wabash, Suite 600 • Chicago, IL 60602 - (p) 312-332-0844 • (f) 312-332-0847