Orthopedic Massage

Orthopedic Massage is purposeful bodywork meant to bring functional balance to the fascial and musculoskeletal system. In balancing these support and loco-motor systems, the orthopedic massage therapist will reduce effects of mechanical forces responsible for chronic pain and tissue disruption.

Orthopedic Massage sessions will include physical assessments such as postural analysis, range of motion testing and/or other special orthopedic tests as well as palpation of tissues. Once the orthopedic massage therapist has a good picture of the clients presentation and a treatment plan has been determined the client will receive bodywork to promote functional balance with the intention of addressing the root causes of pain and dysfunction, thus eliminating the symptoms.

Please call to schedule an appointment with one of our Orthopedic Massage therapists.  These sessions are not available for scheduling online.

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Learn more about our practitioners:
Annie Carter
Sara Eivers
Mary Wahlman-Krogh
Celeste Woodside

Certified Orthopedic Massage Therapists are trained to manipulate soft tissues relevant to the following orthopedic conditions:

Note: It is strongly recommended that clients first seek medical care from their primary care doctor if they believe they have any of the following conditions to rule out potential contraindications to orthopedic massage. The OMT may require clearance for work from your primary care before any orthopedic massage can be done.

Conditions of the Head and Neck
TMJ Dysfunction
Thoracic Outlet Syndrom
Trigeminal Neuralgia

Conditions of the Spine
Vertebral Disk Dysfunction

Conditions of the Upper Extremity
Nerve Compression Syndrome
Pectoralis Minor Syndrome
Rotator Cuff Injury
Shoulder Impingement Syndrome
Radial Nerve Impingement
Adhesive Capsulitis (Frozen Shoulder)
Biceps Tendinitis
Lateral Epicondylitis (Tennis Elbow)
Medial Epicondylitis (Golfer’s Elbow)
Pronator Teres Syndrome
Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
deQuervain’s Tenosynovitis

Conditions of the Lower Extremity
ITB Friction Syndrome
SI Joint Dysfunction
Femoral Nerve Compression
Piriformis Syndrome
Groin Pull
Hamstring or Quadriceps Strain
Postural Deviations of the Knee
Patellar Tendinitis
Chondromalacia Patella/Patello-femoral Syndrome
Runner’s Knee
Anterior or Posterior Shin Splints
Exertional Compartment Syndrome
Tarsal Tunnel Syndrome
Calcaneal Tendinitis
Lace Bite
Plantar Fasciitis
Morton’s Neuroma

Conditions of the Respiratory System
Intercostal Nerve Compression