Therapeutic massage is the perfect complement to a chiropractic adjustment. But more than a complementary modality, therapeutic massage is an age-old health practice that has been recognized for its health enhancing effects dating back to the Greeks and Romans. It is a hands-on therapy to soothe your aches and pains and facilitate your body's own healing powers. In addition to the commonly known benefits — such as relaxation and relief from muscle tension — new applications for therapeutic massage are surfacing in areas related to mental and emotional well-being, infant care, and aging. The latest research has shown that, as with chiropractic adjustments, there is a direct relationship between massage and improved immune system functioning.
Benefits of Therapeutic Massage
Relieves the Effects of Stress: Triggers the relaxation response, relaxes tense muscles, reduces anxiety levels, normalizes blocked energy flow, and restores a feeling of well-being.
Supports your fitness or sports program: Helps improve flexibility, reduces the level of lactic acid build-up in your muscles, and speeds recovery from injury.
Combats the negative effects of aging: Enhances tissue elasticity & joint flexibility, improves blood & lymph circulation, promotes healthy vibrant skin, and improves immune response. There is an independent licensed massage therapist available at both the Lynn and Revere offices to work with you to address your specific concerns.
Adrienne Javery, LMT graduated from The Massage Institute of New England and has been a licensed massage therapist since 2005. She specializes in deep tissue, sports, Swedish, and relaxation. Adrienne is also a Reiki Master. Reiki is a Japanese technique for stress reduction and relaxation that also promotes healing. Adrienne has a great following and very flexible hours: days, nights, and weekends. In addition to massage therapy, Adrienne is a dispatcher for the Watertown police/fire & EMS and volunteers her time working at homeless shelters providing comfort to ill patients. Certified with an AMTA, Adrienne continues to broaden her knowledge in the massage industry and has made a lifelong decision to help people. To schedule an appointment call: (617) 930-4415.
Scott French, LMT graduated from The Massage Institute of New England in 1994 and has been practicing therapeutic and sports massage on the North Shore for 19 years. Each massage is customized to the needs of the individual client. With your input and Scott's experience, the two of you will work together to reduce the pain and stress in your life, increase your range of motion, and improve your overall mental and physical well being. To schedule an appointment call: (978) 660-1481.