Orthopedic



Orthopedic Massage


The distinguishing aspect of Orthopedic Massage is that it is not massage, but rather, a comprehensive system that integrates a variety of the most effective massage techniques in the treatment of soft-tissue dysfunctions. Orthopedic Massage uses broad spectrum approaches that are specifically designed to assess and treat occupational and sports pain and injury providing natural pain relief.
Orthopedic Massage provides specialized massage techniques that treat many soft tissue disorders of the human body. It involves assessment, massage, and gentle movements of the tissue to encourage healing, relieve pain, and increase mobility. Orthopedic Massage addresses pain and injury primarily associated with tissues involved in locomotion:

   
  • muscles
  • tendons
  • ligaments
  • bursa
  • nerves
  • fascia
 




Orthopedic Massage treats many soft-tissue conditions such as:

   


 
  • arm pain
  • shoulder pain
  • carpal tunnel syndrome
  • leg pain
  • plantar fascitis
  • chronic back pain
  • fibromyalgia
  • rotator-cuff injuries
  • sciatica
  • tennis elbow
  • headaches
  • hip pain
  • neck pain

Mona has been Asheboro’s orthopedic massage specialist since 1998. Mona’s goal is to empower her clients with the understanding that massage is not for pleasure only, but rather a catalyst for healing, which can be a life-changing experience.