LAYING ON OF HANDS REHABILITATIVE MASSAGE IN BRIGHTON NY
What is Rehabilitative Massage?
Rehabilitative Massage is a combination of Swedish Massage Therapy techniques, Deep Tissue Massage Therapy Techniques, and Proprioceptive Neuromuscular Facilitated Stretching. I had one client describe it as going to a massage therapist and a physical therapist except I do all the work while you relax on a thickly padded extra wide massage table where I provide massage to warm up your muscle tissues and then together we'll stretch some of those muscles to rebalance your muscular system. This is the perfect combination for dealing with acute chronic pain and treatment for chronic pain. Your body is at its most comfortable when your muscles are as equally as long and strong on both sides.
What is Rehabilitative Massage?
Before treatment begins, we'll review your Health History and Consent For Massage Form (which I'll send to you on-line so that you can fill it out ahead of our appointment time). Then we'll perform a Postural Analysis. I'll explain and point out the muscles which are most likely causing your pain.
At which point, well go into the warm treatment room where I'll determine in what position we'll begin your treatment. Face up, you'll see a beautiful starry night. Face down, you'll see the inside of your eyelids. Then I'll step out and allow you as much time as you need to get undressed (to YOUR comfort level) and on to the table between the sheets.
Let the treatment commence!!!! Soft music, aromatherapy (optional), candles, massage, active stretching, massage, massage, flip over, massage, massage, finish with active stretching.
What do I mean by imbalance of the muscular system?
Imbalanced muscles bull bones out of comfortable and useful positioning. This hurts a lot. So underneath your layers of muscles, your bones have to be balanced side to side, too. Keep in mind, muscles pull bones. So if you balance the muscles the bones will go back into place.
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(585) 376-BACK "2225"
Laying On Of Hands Massage 333 Metro Park Suite M103 Brighton N
Located on the first floor inside the Metro Park Building Complex. Look for the brown UPS box in the center of the building. Metro Park Business Complex can be seen clearly from Brighton-Henrietta-Town-Line Rd but there is a hedgerow which blocks it from Metro Park.
Hours of Operation
Closed Saturday and Sunday
Treating Tight Muscles after the arm had been mobilized. Treating Sciatic Nerve Impingment.
Gary has helped me out with two medical issues. The first time that I went to him was after I had hurt my elbow and it was in a sling for two weeks. It was painful to stretch and I just wasn’t able to straighten my arm. I had been going to physical therapy but couldn’t afford to go as often as they had wanted me to come in. Gary worked on my arm. First he massaged the arm and then he instructed me to bend my arm (everyone else was straightening it painfully) while he held it. Little by little, my arm opened up and it did not even hurt to do so. It was so much easier to do the physical therapy exercises in order to regain the strength in my arm.
Another time I went to him, I was suffering with Sciatica Pain. He told me to wear comfortable clothes because he was going to be stretching me. I was glad that I didn’t have to get undressed either time. He took the time to explain to me what the Sciatica Nerve was and why it was hurting. He explained to me what he was going to do and why it was going to help me. He worked through my clothes. He had me lay on my stomach first so that he could work on my hips then he had me turn over on to my back, where we worked together to stretch the muscles that were pinching the Sciatic Nerve. He showed me what to do at home.
I told my son about it when he complained about his knee pain. He called me afterward and thanked me for telling him about Gary because he said that it was only one visit and he was back to normal. I know that Laying On Of Hands Rehabilitative Massage is just a clever name for a massage practice but to me and my family, it was miraculous. However, when Gary explains it, it sounds so simple.
* I want everyone to have treatment and for no one to suffer or have unnecessary surgery, so short of a bushel of wheat or a peck of pickles, how do you need to pay for your treatment?