Got Pain?


Headaches, for some, are a daily occurrence. With causes like dehydration, poor diet, lack of sleep, hormones, stress, and more, it can be difficult to get through the day without some form of relief. Added to that, many don't know the type of headache they're dealing with. Here's a breakdown of the four main types:

Tension Headache - symptoms include: 

  • pressure or muscle tension on both sides of the head or back of the neck
  • Constant pain, not sharp or throbbing
  • Feels like a band squeezed around your head

Migraines - symptoms include:

  • Pain is throbbing and piercing, generally one-sided, but can affect both sides
  • Sensitivity to light and noises
  • Nausea

Sinus Headache - symptoms include:

  • Deep pain and pressure above nose, between eyes, below cheeks
  • Can range from annoying to severe

Shoulder Pain

Shoulder pain is defined as any type of pain that occurs in or around the shoulder, even if the pain originates from any number of areas, including ligaments, muscles, tendons, and joints. Usually, shoulder pain is more intense when the arm or shoulder is in motion or being used for a task or activity.

Shoulder pain comes in many forms, from shooting pain to aching pain. In addition, this type of pain may be accompanied by other symptoms, depending on the cause of the condition.

These symptoms can include:

  • Swelling around the shoulder or upper arm
  • Stiffness in the shoulder joint
  • Limited range of motion in the arm and shoulder
  • Bruising in the area, especially when pain stems from a contact injury

Lower Back Pain

Most cases of lower back pain are believed to be caused by a sprain or strain in the muscles and soft tissues of the back. Repetitive stress or repeat activity of the back muscles can lead to an injured or torn ligament in the back, which in turn can lead to pain.

An injury can also occur to one of the intervertebral discs, like a disc tear or disc herniation. Due to aging, discs can diminish and shrink in size, resulting in vertebrae and facet joints rubbing against one another. Ligament and joint functionality also diminishes as one gets older, which can lead to spondylolisthesis, which causes vertebrae to move much more than they should.

Pain can also be generated through lumbar spinal stenosis, sciatica, and scoliosis. At the lowest point of the spine, some patients may have tailbone pain, also called coccyx pain or coccydynia. Others still may have pain from their sacroiliac joint, where the spinal column attaches to the pelvis. This is called sacroiliac joint dysfunction, which is responsible for 22.6% of lower back pain.

Physical causes of lower back pain can include:

  • Osteoarthritis
  • Rheumatoid arthritis
  • Disc degeneration between vertebrae
  • Spinal disc herniation
  • Vertebral fracture

How Massage Heals Pain

Get to the Root of Your Aches and Pains

There's no denying the power of massage, regardless of the adjectives we assign to it: pampering, rejuvenating, therapeutic. The reason we seek it out is because we know that massage therapy can be a powerful ally in any healthcare regimen, and isn't limited to only being a luxurious treat, pain management, or stress relief.

A Therapeutic Massage with a Spa-Like Touch

You're in for a unique experience. At The Kneaded Massage, I integrate the best modalities I've studied to create a massage with you in mind. I offer numerous spa-like qualities to make your massage not only productive, but as relaxing as possible. I love working with all ages and stages of life, and am able to deal with any limitation or special need you may have.

Different Modalities Work Better for Various Needs

Curious what tools I have in my toolbox to give you a massage experience unlike any other? Here are just a few of the modalities I can incorporate into your uniquely customized massage:

* Aromatherapy * Ayurvedic * Chair Events * Deep Tissue * Hot Stone * Myofascial Release * Reflexology * 

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Tuning Fork Therapy

It's time to try a different type of energy healing with a twist: Tuning Fork Therapy. Its benefits perfectly align with essential oils and a light massage, but the benefits can be attained alone as well. Our bodies are made up of 60% water, which is an excellent conductor of sound and vibration. Sound waves travel four times faster in water than through air.

We know that all living matter, including the Earth itself, has its own vibrations. Tuning Fork Therapy is like having a deep-tissue massage at a molecular level. Vibration and sound pass through the body and take us to a "feeling" place. Thoughts drift away, and feelings take the lead. When we support this with uplifting essential oils, the results are phenomenal.

Bringing the body into balance with Tuning Fork Therapy also allows our body to reset and heal itself more rapidly, as it is meant to do. While tuning forks cannot be guaranteed to heal our imbalances or disease, they create a balanced system for the body's own natural healing abilities.

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