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Massage Therapy

Massage therapists manipulate soft tissue and muscles to release tension, increase blood flow, increase the calming part of the nervous system, and relieve physical pain. We offer several different types of massage, including Cranial Sacral Therapy, Swedish, Thai, Tui Na, trigger point release, and deep tissue (myofascial release) to meet your specific needs and restore physical and mental health and wellness.

A Customized Approach to Massage Therapy

At Hills, we know how important it is for our patients to connect with their mind, brain, and body in addressing their current symptoms. That is why we offer six different types of massage to help you improve your mental and physical health. If you are needing a massage that can help you to relax and connect with your body, Swedish Massage is a great fit. For those of you looking to balance and strengthen your emotional network, nervous system, and immune system , Craniosacral Therapy may be the approach for you. If you want to increase range of motion, release tension, and target a specific muscle group, Tui Na massage helps you improve how energy flows through your body and restore flexibility. If you struggle with chronic pain, poor posture, or tense muscles, Deep Tissue helps to relax those muscles, and Trigger point therapy helps to reduce pain in specific locations. Finally, Thai massage is a great fit for you if you are looking for a combination of acupressure, stretching, and massage. All our massages can improve your mood, relaxation, and sleep quality.

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Did you Know?

Research has found that massage therapy can have stress-alleviating effects. For example, there were decreases in cortisol (stress-related hormone) and an increase in serotonin (plays a role in regulation of emotions, sleep, and appetite) and dopamine (the “feel good” neurotransmitter).

Field, T., Hernandez-Reif, M., Diego, M., Schanberg, S., & Kuhn, C. (2005). Cortisol decreases and serotonin and dopamine increase following massage therapy. International Journal of neuroscience, 115(10), 1397-1413.

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