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Blood clots and Massage

Kayla Burnside Apr 20, 2018 Wellness

Blood clots are a normal part of our body's defense system. When there is some type of injury, platelets in the bloodstream become sticky, gathering red blood cells and creating a blood clot. The purpose of a clot is to prevent bleeding and begin healing the injury. But blood clots may also begin because of an inflamed or blocked blood vessel. A blood clot in the leg, commonly...

Cancer Treatment and Massage

Kayla Burnside, LMT Mar 8, 2018 Wellness

In 2017, 1,688,000 new cancer cases are anticipated to be diagnosed in the US. With more than 600,000 projected from the disease according to the American Cancer Society, cancer statistics of 2017. Massage therapy can play a huge role in healing and pain-and-stress relief. Let's talk about how. Oncology massage is the modification of existing massage therapy techniques...

Swedish VS Deep Tissue Massage: Which Do You Need?

Kayla Burnside Feb 12, 2018 Wellness

     The most common question we get asked here at Elements is, “what is the difference between Swedish massage and deep tissue massage?” They are both beneficial for anyone in need of Massage Therapy but do have some key differences. It is important to understand these to help you better schedule your massage and have the therapist that best fits with...

Massage Post-Surgery

Kayla Burnside Dec 26, 2017 Wellness

     While there is never a great time to have surgery, sometimes we have no choice. Whether it is minimally invasive or highly invasive, all of us look forward to getting back into our daily routines, including massages! Your body does a wonderful job at targeting the areas that need to be healed. It starts the process right away from the inside all on its own....

Carpal Tunnel Syndrome and Massage Therapy

Kayla Burnside Nov 21, 2017 Wellness

As a therapist I know a ton of clients who experience the pain and frustration that comes with carpal tunnel syndrome. You may be asking what that is, do I have it, and how do we fix it? 

Sports Massage - Who is it for?

Kayla Burnside Oct 17, 2017 Wellness

       Since we're in the full swing of football season, I decided to share a little bit of information on Sports Therapy. Sports massage is designed to assist in correcting problems and imbalances in the soft tissue that are caused by repetitive and strenuous physical activity.

How Massage Helps You Have Your Best Golf Game

Aug 9, 2017 Wellness

The saying goes that the worst day of golf beats the best day of work.  This is a presumably popular sentiment, as golf continues to capture the hearts, minds, and free time of people of all ages, with all skill levels, from hundreds of countries around the world.  For many, there is no better way to enjoy a sunny morning than on the manicured greens (or, possibly,...

Fibromyalgia and Massage

Kayla Burnside Aug 8, 2017 Wellness

Fibromyalgia causes widespread pain throughout the body, with tenderness in joints, muscles, tendons and in soft tissue. Fibromyalgia is not a disease and unfortunately no cure has been found, the pain can be managed though.

What Can Massage Do For Those Suffering With Anxiety And Depression?

Kayla Burnside Jul 6, 2017 Wellness

Anxiety and depression are developed from complex risk factors including: genetics, brain chemistry, personality, and life events.  Depression isn't your average feeling "down" because of something specific going on in life. Depression is much more of an ongoing sadness for durations of time happening for no apparent reason and often affecting daily activities. Massage can help....

 

Have You Ever Cut Yourself But It Didn't Bleed?

Bradley Swallows, LMT Feb 18, 2017 Wellness

*Have You Ever Cut Yourself But It Didn't Bleed?* Sometimes when we suffer a mild abrasion that isn't deep enough to bleed we can cut into what is known as our lymphatic system, and a clear fluid can seep out. Our lymphatic system is a lot like your veins. Your veins carry blood throughout your body, whereas your lymphatic system carries what is known as lymph. However...

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