- Myofascial bodywork (also known as structural bodywork).
- Motor Vehicle Accidents
- Sports Injury
- Carpal Tunnel
- Thoracic Outlet Syndrome
- Frozen Shoulder
- ** Pre-surgery intervention
- Post-Surgery bodywork
** Structural bodywork focuses on the structures of the body and works closely with connective tissues which often restrict nerves, bone, muscle, and blood vessels (more). Many conditions commonly treated with surgery can be aleviated with structural and myofascial bodywork. However, I do not diagnose conditions or disorders, nor do I advise in surgical procedures. Ultimately it is up to you and your doctor to decide whether or not surgery is right for you.
Rates are set and sliding scale to ensure that health-care is accessible and affordable.
90 minute session: $73.00 - $90.00
50 minute session: $60.00 - $65.00
We accept cash, check and credit card payments.
* Cash and check payments receive a $5.00 discount.
What to expect during a session?
A typical session lasts between 70-90 minutes. This allows for the treatment to be tailored to how well your body responds to the work. You are an integral participant in your treatment. Getting on and off the table to assess and reassess your structure and mobility is not uncommon. This provides a more effective and fine-tuned experience for your needs.
What do I wear?
I will need to see your structure as you stand and walk. Please wear comfortable clothing which allows direct access to your skin. Atheltic shorts, boxer briefs, spandex shorts, swimwear, sports bras with thin straps are common. Other undergarments may be worn as long as they cover personal areas, and you are able to move comfortably and freely throughout the session.
Great lengths are taken to protect the modesty of you and myself. If you have concerns, please do not hesitate to contact me. This is your session. Adjustements are easily made.
*Fibromyalgia appointments can expect to remain fully clothed with light yoga type wear. Additional draping using a sheet may also be used depending on the goals of the session.