Targeted Therapeutic Massage to help ease and manage chronic pain.
Do you wake up each day wondering what your pain level might be today?
Or whether you will have to cancel activities because you don’t feel up to it? Have you “tried everything” and still find yourself frustrated by poor results? Many people find massage helpful for managing and improving their chronic pain. The skilled and caring staff at Nimbus know how to address your chronic pain syndromes as well as degenerative and ortho-related pain.
Chronic Pain is a complex issue and should be addressed by a medical professional. But for many, massage is one management tool that can make a big difference in feeling better and living better.
Chronic Pain Syndromes
Although not a cure, many people find massage for to be an effective method of reducing overall pain, improving sleep, and regaining some stamina and mobility for better daily functioning. Some people also find that they are able to work with their doctors to reduce their medication load. We recommend starting with a 30 minute session if you have never had massage before, or if you have had a flare-up after a massage before.
If you have a degenerative issue, massage is not going to reverse it, but it can help ease pain and stiffness and maintain flexibility. Some people use massage for prehab prior to joint replacement surgery (or to help them put off surgery for longer). We can do a shorter session with a targeted approach focusing solely on your problem area or a longer session that incorporates your problem area(s) into a full body massage.
Repetitive Motion Injury or Tendinitis
If you have a repetitive motion injury or tendinitis, massage may be able to improve pain and restore movement. This could come in the form of pain from daily activity, poor posture, athletic training, etc…. We can do a shorter session with a targeted approach focusing solely on your problem area or a longer session that incorporates your problem area(s) into a full body massage.
If you have chronic headaches or muscular tension worsened by stress, massage may be able to reduce the frequency and severity of your flare-ups. We can do a shorter session with a targeted approach focusing solely on your problem area or a longer session that includes a full body massage.
The effects of a past injury can linger in your body for years, even decades, after the event. Massage can help manage pain from past injury. It can sometimes improve flexibility and function, even well after the initial incident. Car accidents, slip and falls, sports injuries, and bone and joint damage can lead to a lifetime of issues, but massage can help you manage.
If you are not sure about which therapist or type of session to choose, we offer phone consultations prior to booking at no charge. We can schedule a time to discuss your case, your concerns, and your goals and then pair you with the team member(s) who can work with your needs and schedule.