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Flushing, New York 11354
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Clinical Massage Therapy with chiropractic


Massage therapy offers a natural conservative treatment approach that relieves musculoskeletal pain for many patients. Our office provides specific massage and muscular therapy that is tailored to meet the patient's condition and injury. The benefits of massage therapy may include increasing blood circulation, reducing swelling, relaxing muscles, relieving muscle pain and spasms, and aid in recovery and range of motion. Some of our service includes:

  • Aqua Massage

    Aqua Massage uses water – but you stay dry and clothed! Ten minutes of aqua massage can equal 30 minutes of “hands on” massage.
    Feel relaxed, refreshed and invigorated after an Aqua Massage. Aqua Massage is recognized around the world as the best dry hydrotherapy system.
    No other piece of equipment has the same combination of patented jets, all working in perfect harmony to relax you and relieve your pain. It’s like having a whirlpool inside a waterbed. Soothing, relaxing and healing.

  • Swedish Massage

    Swedish Massage is a gentle, light-pressure massage using long, effleurage strokes. It increases circulation while decreasing nervous system stress and hypertension. Swedish massage is a great choice when you want to relax, let go, and pamper yourself.

  • Trigger points therapy

    Trigger point therapy is an alternative therapy that focuses on detecting and releasing trigger points. Located in the skeletal muscle, trigger points are spots that produce pain when compressed. In many cases, trigger points form as a result of trauma to the muscle fibers.
    Typically used to treat pain-related conditions, trigger point therapy is sometimes referred to as myofascial trigger point therapy or neuromuscular therapy. A number of techniques can be used to release trigger points, including massage therapy, chiropractic care, and dry needling.

  • Deep tissue Massage

    Deep Tissue Massage always starts with long Swedish massage strokes to warm up muscles before applying deeper pressure to break up knots, scar tissue and adhesions in the muscles. Deep tissue massage, when applied with skill can relieve neuromuscular tension and release trigger points, knots and patterns of imbalance. This a great option for athletes, those with chronic muscle pain and tension, headaches, postural issues, and anyone who loves deep work.

  • Lymphatic Drainage Massage

    Lymphatic Drainage Massage (LDM) is a very light touch that mimics your bodies natural lymphatic pumping system. Unlike other systems in your body, the lymphatic system relies on exercise, gravity, movement, and LDM to move and filter lymphatic fluids. This wonderful technique also helps remove toxins and strengthen the immune system.

  • Acupressure

    Acupressure uses the fingers to press key points on the surface of the skin to stimulate the body's natural self-curative abilities. When these points are pressed, they release muscular tension and promote the circulation of blood and the body's life force to aid healing. Acupressure can be effective in helping relieve headaches, eyestrain, sinus problems, neck pain, backaches, arthritis, muscle aches, and tension due to stress. There are also great advantages to using Acupressure as a way to balance the body and maintain good health. The healing touch of acupressure reduces tension, increases circulation, and enables the body to relax deeply. By relieving stress, acupressure strengthens resistance to disease and promotes wellness. Acupressure focuses on relieving pain and discomfort as well as on responding to tension before it develops into a "disease," that is, before the constrictions and imbalances can do further damage.

  • Reflexology

    Reflexology is an alternative treatment therapy which deals with the principle that there are reflex areas in the feet and hands which correspond to all of the glands, organs and parts of the body. Stimulating these reflexes properly can, according to practitioners help many health problems in a natural way, a type of preventative maintenance.The treatment consists of using different massage and pressure techniques to relax and loosen muscles in the feet and hands.Treatment is done with the patient lying down on a treatment bed with foot massage the main focus and hand massage after that.

  • MFR

    MFR (myofascial release) is a hands on approach for the evaluation and treatment of the whole body. Its focus is on the fascial system, which is a three dimensional web that covers everything in our bodies, right down to the cellular level. It is a bodystocking that holds our muscles, ligaments, etc., together. MFR incorporates hands on techniques that trace the pathways of pain to locate the origin site of injury or trauma. Sometimes these are one and the same, but at others they are not. For instance, you could injure your back lifting something heavy, and you would feel the pain at exactly the place where you felt it "give." Another time you might injure your back, and while you might feel some pain or discomfort there, you might feel even more in your neck and shoulders. This could lead you to believe that you injured your neck, and some other forms of treatment would focus on your neck. However, a massage therapist using MFR techniques would follow the pathway of pain, and locate the true site of injury, which in this case would be your back.

  • Sports Massage

    Sports massage is a deeper, more targeted form of soft-tissue therapy than regular massage. Although popular in sporting circles, sport massage techniques can be used on almost anyone who needs a more therapeutic massage. Sports massage therapists use a variety of techniques to stretch and mobilize muscles. The techniques selected by your therapist will depend on the condition of your muscles and the result the therapist is trying to achieve.

  • Bamboo Massage

  • Thai-Massage

  • Chair Massage

  • Pre-Natal

  • Shiatisu


  • Tv-Nai

  • Fire Cupping

  • Polarity

  • Qi-Gong