Massage

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Oncology Massage

 Massage for the cancer patient can be a concern. There can be so many questions to be answered.

  • Can I get a massage while I am getting chemotherapy or radiation?
  • Can I get a massage if I have metastatic bone cancer?
  • Can I get a massage if I can't lay on my stomach comfortably?
  • What are my options if I have drains? An ostomy? Catheters?
  • Will a therapist understand my blood counts?

These are all valid concerns. The answer to these questions is YES. Helping thousands of patients while massaging full time in the oncology setting for 7 years, I am very familiar with the needs of someone going through cancer treatment. I understand the challenges and the anxiety that comes with seeking massage outside of a clinical environment. Rest assured I know all the correct questions to ask and the precautions to take to support your cancer journey whether it is conventional or alternative. For a short article discussing the benefits of oncology massage click here.


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Swedish Massage

 I have found in my 14+ years of treating patients that less can be more. I have developed through the years a massage technique that promotes deep relaxation, relief to tight aching muscles and calm to the nervous system. I do not believe in "no pain, no gain" to the point of my clients feeling sore for multiple days after their session.  I have developed a wide array of massage techniques that I draw from to create a treatment session that is created individually for each client I treat. 


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