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Massage for Injuries

For some, massage is a luxury, spa-type service. But here at Michigan Massage and Wellness, that’s not always the case. Our entire focus is to provide comprehensive, corrective bodywork to fix what’s hurting, and those old nagging injuries that just don’t seem to get better. So many people are suffering through, not able to do the things they used to enjoy, or having to make major accommodations for some loss of mobility or chronic pain they can’t seem to tame. We want to help! To do this, we have a two-pronged approach.

First, I (Rebecca) am going to fix your issue. Whether you come to me with headaches, frozen shoulder, plantar fasciitis, or any number of other conditions, I will do everything in my power to help ease your pain and get you back to living the life you want. I’m the one who is going to be pulling out all the stops to get your body moving toward recovery. I may combine a variety of techniques, like the Lokte Method and Fascial Stretch Therapy, or may advise that you take one of our Yoga Tune Up® classes, or any number of other services that would be a good fit for your specific condition. Every problem is unique and every body has special needs, so we’ll work together to figure those out and create treatment plans to work best for you. Once I get your issue resolved, it’s time for some maintenance.

Brenda and Naomi are the ones who are going to help you maintain that incredible feeling long-term with a variety of massage techniques to keep your body loose, ease your stress, and take care of any little aches and pains that start to creep back up. A lot of people think that once the problem is fixed, that’s it…no need for any more bodywork; but that’s not the case. It’s crucial that you maintain what you’ve worked so hard for, and the only way to do that is to keep up a maintenance program including massage, stretches, and exercises. We don’t want you to revert back to that injured or painful state, or start losing that range of motion again.

So remember, massage and bodywork, and really any type of self-care isn’t a luxury; it’s healthcare. Whether you come to us to fix your injuries, to keep you feeling great, or both, we’re proud to be a part of your healthcare team. People haven’t been coming to us for over a decade because we aren’t doing our job, but they’re coming to us because we keep doing our job, and that job is to keep you moving (and living) your best.

In good hands,

Rebecca Tamm, LMT