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Medical massage is a combination of advanced techniques which are organized to address the particular needs of each individual client.

 Manual Therapies

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Medical massage and osteopathic manual therapy are a combination of advanced assessment, soft tissue, structural (bone & joint), neurological, and lymphatic techniques which are organized to address the particular needs of each individual client.  A single treatment is focused on a specific region or type of dysfunction and is based upon the client’s complaints and the therapist’s findings.  It is seldom a full body treatment and is distinctly different from a therapeutic relaxation massage.  It is not necessary for a client to have a prescription from a physician, however, in certain circumstances one may be required. 

A treatment plan is developed based on each client’s individual needs.  Each treatment is different and changes as the client’s condition improves.  

The protocol for medical massage and osteopathic manual therapy is as follows:

  • A complete, detailed client history

  • Assessment of posture, movement, soft tissues, swelling, and neurological function

  • Treatment of abnormal tissues, swelling, and neurological function

  • Re-assessment

  • Additional treatment

  • Repeat as necessary through the session

A medical massage/osteopathic manual therapist has extensive advanced training in anatomically specific assessment, palpation, and treatment.  Mastery in these modalities takes years of advanced training and mentoring.  Osteopathic manual therapy is considered advanced continuing education for physical and occupational therapists, and very few massage therapists pursue this difficult education.  To learn more about our therapist click here.

Treatment may contain a combination of the following modalities listed below.​  Each of these therapies are very specific and, when intergrated, they create a powerful therapeutic impact.


All session times include consultation, assessment, treatment, dressing time, and check in/check out.  All pricing shown is reflective of the discounted cash pricing.  All purchases with cards (credit or debit) are subject to a 4% processing fee by the credit card processor.  Payment in full is expected at time of scheduling, and it is non-refundable. 


Please note: We do NOT bill health insurance.  We are considered out-of-network providers, and it is the client's responsibility to check eligilbility and receive re-imbursement.  To learn about possible re-imbursement, visit our General FAQ Page.

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If you have been involved in an accident, and this involves liability insurance, attorneys, or other legal matters, please look under Physician Directed Manual Therapy

Medical Massage

Osteopathic Manual Therapy

Lymphedema Management

Oncology Massage

Lymphatic Therapy

(Not Related to Surgery)


A combination of medical massage and gentle osteopathic manual therapies are used to customize your session based on your individual needs. 


80 minutes      $190

For first time clients and most therapies.


110 minutes    $250

For those who have received sessions previously and need extended service time.

50 minutes      $150

For pediatriacs, medically frail, and follow ups for very minor issues only.

Emergency work in pricing:

Monday-Friday lunchtime add:   $30

Appointments running past 6pm add:   $60

Saturday: double the appointment price

Pain Relief Therapy Enhancements:

Alpine Dispensary Balm-very powerful!

Approx. 120mg CBD & THC Delta 8 $8 per area

BioMat infrared therapy and Medicupping are available at no extra charge. 

Learn more about CBD & THC Delta 8

**Please Note**

We do NOT bill health insurance!

To learn about possible re-imbursement,

visit our General FAQ Page.


Wellness Consultation

Not sure if you're ready to book an appointment?  If you would like to discusss your issues and goals for therapy, we provide a phone consultation. 


During the consult, your therapist will ask you detailed questions about your pain and history.  We will discuss your goals for therapy to get you back to enjoying your life again as quickly as possible.  

20-30 minutes    $50  

**Please Note**

We do NOT bill health insurance!

To learn about possible re-imbursement,

visit our General FAQ Page.

Peri-Operative Therapy

We partner with physicians to provide peri-operative therapy. Pre-surgical therapy prepares clients for surgery by reducing restrictions in soft tissue and increasing lymphatic flow.  Post surgical therapy directly enhances the surgical outcome of the patient by reducing pain and the need for pain medication. Our therapy may also decrease bruising, swelling, scarring, and reduce recovery time.  


Peri-operative therapy is excellent for people undergoing plastic surgery, and many other surgical procedures including: orthopedic and joint replacement, facial, oral, and more.  It is also for procedures related to cancer such as mastectomy and reconstruction.

The number of sessions you will need will vary based on the type of surgery and your unique healing process.  Most people schedule 12 sessions at twice a week for six weeks.  

Please read Plastic Surgery FAQ page.

80 minutes      $190 

Emergency work in pricing:

Monday-Friday lunchtime add:   $30

Appointments running past 6pm add:   $60

Saturday: double the appointment price

Therapy Enhancements:

BioMat infrared therapy and Medicupping are available at no extra charge.  

**Please Note**

We do NOT bill health insurance!

To learn about possible re-imbursement,

visit our General FAQ Page.

Kinesiology Taping

Kinesiology taping is a rehabilitative technique, which facilitates the body’s natural healing process. It helps to stabilize joints without restricting movement, provide all natural pain relief, and speed drainage of swelling and bruising.  Additionally, it can extend the benefits of therapy for several days after treatment.  


Service includes skin prep as needed.  


This therapy can be added on to therapy at time of service, and it is included within your session time.  

Pricing varies based upon amount of tape used and are(s) being taped.

$17 and up

**Please Note**

We do NOT bill health insurance!

To learn about possible re-imbursement,

visit our General FAQ Page.


Physician Directed

Manual Therapy


This advanced therapy is provided under a physician's prescription and direction and adheres to strict protocols and includes medical documentation.  This is for people who have been in accidents (auto, work, etc.).


Times may vary based upon the direction of the physician.  

A physician’s prescription for therapy is required.

$45 per 15 min unit as prescribed with a minimum of 4 units

**Please Note**

We do NOT bill health insurance!

To learn about possible re-imbursement,

visit our General FAQ Page.


Treatments are customized to solve your particular issues.  Therapy sessions contsist of a combination of the following modalities listed below.​  Each of these therapies are very specific and, when integrated, they create a powerful therapeutic impact to deliver amazing results.

       Manual Lymphatic Drainage (MLD) is an advanced manual therapy in which the therapist uses a range of specialized and gentle, rhythmic, pumping techniques to move the skin in the direction of lymph flow. This stimulates the lymphatic vessels which carry substances vital to the defense of the body, removes waste products, and excess fluid (swelling). This is a delicate and deeply relaxing therapy to receive. 

      Myofascial Release (MFR) is performed without the use of oils or creams. It involves application of gentle sustained pressure into fascial restrictions, eliminating pain, and restoring motion. Trauma or inflammatory responses can cause these restrictions in the fascia, which is the uninterrupted connective tissue that surrounds and attaches to every structure in the body.

     Neural Reset Therapy (NRT) works with specialized nerve bundles called mechanoreceptors. The receptors respond to pressure, velocity, vibration, stretch, and other forces. When receptors detect a change, a signal is sent to the spinal cord and then relayed to the brain.  With NRT, the therapist briefly stimulates the receptors embedded in the selected muscle by asking for a position to be held or for a movement in a particular direction. Or the therapist taps on a muscle in such a way as to cause receptors to send a special message to the spinal cord.  That new message goes through the spinal integrating center which will reset the nervous system so the muscle is optimized neurologically. With the reset, the muscular pain and tightness disappear within seconds.

       Visceral Manipulation (VM) assists functional and structural imbalances throughout the body including musculoskeletal, vascular, nervous, respiratory, digestive, and lymphatic dysfunction. It evaluates and treats the dynamics of motion and suspension in relation to organs, membranes, fascia, and ligaments. VM increases proprioceptive communication within the body, thereby revitalizing a person and relieving symptoms of pain, dysfunction, and poor posture.

       Lympho-Fascia Release (LFR) combines lymphatic, fascial, and visceral techniques for a very precise, gentle, yet powerful therapy. LFR can be successfully applied to chronic conditions as it addresses the stagnant fluid as well as the adhesions which are present in many chronic dysfunctions. LFR can be applied within an organ, between the organ and its ligamentous attachments, and between organs at organ interfaces. LFR is such a gentle approach that it may be used with acute conditions, the elderly, the medically frail, and those who may react negatively to strong touch. 

       MediCupping™ brings myofascial release and manual lymph drainage together in a complementary therapy. A vacuum pump machine with wide variety of glass and plastic cups is used to create suction, which lifts the tissue and releases restrictions, scars, tight knots in muscles, facilitates joint mobilization, and pulls out metabolic waste so the lymphatic system can take them away. The cups are moved over the skin using gliding and other various techniques while the therapist gently pulls up on the cups, or they may be left stationary for a short time. This therapy is excellent for issues such as pain, sprains, deep tissue injuries, and lymphedema. It is also deeply relaxing and pressure can be adjusted from very light to very deep work. 

       CranioSacral Therapy (CST) is a gentle, hands-on method of evaluating and enhancing the functioning of a physiological body system called the craniosacral system which is comprised of the membranes and cerebrospinal fluid that surround and protect the brain and spinal cord.

Using a soft touch generally no greater than 5 grams, or about the weight of a nickel, practitioners release restrictions in the craniosacral system to improve the functioning of the central nervous system.

By complementing the body's natural healing processes, CST is increasingly used as a preventive health measure for its ability to bolster resistance to disease, and is effective for a wide range of medical problems associated with pain and dysfunction.

         Brain Therapy (BT)  This advanced-level manual therapy releases brain-centered restrictions and works to alleviate the damaging effects that these restrictions cause. Often overlooked in clinical practice, brain and spinal cord structures are very important components of dysfunctions throughout the entire body. This gentle and deeply relaxing therapy treats the brain, spinal cord and related pathologies including: closed head injury, whiplash, headaches, dyslexia, cerebral palsy, cognitive behavioral dysfunctions, learning disabilities, ADD/ADHD, post-meningitis syndrome, dementia, post-polio syndromes, birth difficulties or trauma, feeding difficulties, and more. 

         Neural Manipulation (NM)  is a gentle, precise, light-touch, hands-on treatment that releases local nerve restrictions while at the same time examines the effect these local fixations have on the rest of the body, and by accessing this relationship, changes the more comprehensive (global) dysfunctional patterns.   It also enhances proper functioning of the nervous system.

       Quantum Alignment Technique (QAT) is the intersection of cutting edge technology, physics, and neurology.  It rapidly restores normal function between the brain and all tissues and fluids in the body (bones, muscles, ligaments, organs, nerves, brain, lymph, etc.), thus optimizing function.  It can work in many ways, including:

  • QAT is a method of checking for any tissue trauma and removing it quickly.

  • QAT restores the neurological activation reflex to muscle or other tissues to get muscles to fire optimally and instantaneously become stronger.

  • QAT can get tissues on the right and left sides of the body to work together as a team within seconds.

  • QAT quickly reduces inflammation.

  • QAT is used to balance acupuncture meridians. Twenty-four acupuncture points are used to test and balance the 12 meridians. This balancing can serve to improve organ function as well as restore muscle function.

  • QAT can be used in a process to discharge the nervous system from emotional trauma such as PTSD. Clients report that it can be a profound experience. It is conducted without any talking.

  • QAT is very pleasant and can be deeply relaxing to receive.

  • QAT devices are infused by a specialized technology developed by world renowned physicist, Yury Kronn. The instruments are not magnetic and have nothing to do with magnetism. This technology infuses the instruments with energy patterns which have a dramatic effect on the nervous system.  


Yury Kronn was formerly a Soviet radio-physicist, who became an American citizen and academic. He was known for developing a theory which was the basis and name for the physics text book, Resonant Nonlinear Interactions of Light with Matter.  Five patents were granted to him, and he was chaired by Nobel Prize winner in physics,  N.G. Basov, whose work led to the development of the laser and maser.

       Active Isolated Stretching (AIS) and Proprioceptive Neuromuscular Facilitation (PNF) Stretching combine gentle, passive and active stretching to obtain maximum flexibility and increase range of motion.

       Kinesiology Taping (KT) is a rehabilitative taping technique, which facilitates the body’s natural healing process. It helps to stabilize joints without restricting movement, provide pain relief, speed the drainage of swelling and bruising, and can extend the benefits of therapy for several days after treatment.

The modalities listed are effective in treating the following (...and more)


Back & neck pain 

Tension headache 

Muscle spasms

Chronic pain 

  • Fibromyalgia 

  • Myofascial pain syndrome

  • Chronic fatigue 


Frozen shoulder


Muscle/ligament tears 



Herniated discs

Rheumatoid arthritis 

Thoracic outlet syndrome

TMJ/jaw pain


Tennis/golfer’s elbow

Shin splints

Plantar fasciitis


Postural issues

Edema & bruising from injury



Leg ulcers 




Scars & adhesions:

  • Burns 

  • Surgical

  • Radiation

  • Trauma

  • Keloid

  • Hypersensitive/painful


Mastectomy pain


Radiation burns



Anxiety/stress reduction 

Carpal tunnel syndrome


Sciatic nerve pain


Multiple sclerosis


Trigeminal neuralgia

Concussion/brain injury

Motor-coordination Impairments

Central nervous system disorders

Parkinson's disease

Alzheimer's disease and Dementia


Spinal cord injuries

Emotional difficulties

Neurovascular or immune disorders


Pre-surgery preparation 

Post-surgery recovery 

  • Speed healing

  • Pain

  • Edema/swelling

  • Adhesions

  • Fibrosis

  • Scarring

  • Post intubation issues

  • Lingering effects of ansthesia

For many types of surgery

  • Cosmetic

  • Cancer

  • Mastectomy

  • Hysterectomy 

  • Amputation 

  • Vein stripping 

  • Brain

  • Bariatric

  • Facial/eye

  • Oral

  • Orthopedic

  • ...and more

       Women's Health

Pre- and post-natal issues

  • Back & hip pain

  • Foot pain

  • Edema

  • Round ligament pain

Breast pain

Fibrocystic breasts

Breast implants

Breast reduction

Breast reconstruction

Lactation problems

C-section scars

Menstrual problems

Pelvic pain


Bladder Issues

       Ear, Nose, & Throat





Speech difficulties



Irritable bowel syndrome


Abdominal pain

      Post Covid

Loss of smell & taste

Lingering exhaustion

Digestive issues

Post intubation issues





Learning and speech difficulties

Motor and coordination issues


Toxic poisoning 




Ellen massaged and taped my knee removing a LOT of the pain and discomfort allowing me to workout, sleep and move around again.  Thank you!

I went back to Ellen after being gone for several weeks.  My thoracic back had been hurting constantly.  She used several different techniques to work on it and I have had no pain since my appointment. 

Very knowledgeable and professional!!  I’m a disabled veteran and have had chronic leg pain for 3 years.  I left without pain in my legs at all!!! 


Would HIGHLY recommend!!

Ellen is able to achieve results that injections from orthopedists and many visits to great physical therapists could not. 


I highly recommend her. 

This is not your typical massage, but the results are amazing.  It doesn’t matter if you suffer from chronic or acute pain, Advanced Massage Therapies can mitigate your discomfort.

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