Lokte Method

Lokte Method is highly effective at treating conditions such as plantar fasciitis, sciatica, carpal tunnel, headaches and more.

If you are suffering from painful conditions such as plantar fasciitis, back pain, carpal tunnel, sciatica, shin splints, migraines and more, Lokte Method may help! By utilizing a pin and stretch technique, this modality is highly effective at working to release adhesions and all of those stuck muscles and tissues. Most people experience an improvement in flexibility and range of motion and decreased pain that may last longer than a typical massage.

Chronic pain and injuries can wreak havoc on the body. This treatment is ideal for anyone suffering from migraines, plantar fasciitis, sciatica, golfers/tennis elbow, tendinitis, and shin splints or shoulder problems.

Sometimes a traditional massage isn’t the answer for what ails you. While it has its place (and it is very popular here), at Michigan Massage and Wellness, our specialty is developing a treatment plan best suited to your needs and goals.

Starting Price: $65

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