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Bryan, TX 77802

Mon - Sat 8:30am - 9pm
Sun 10am - 8pm
Same Day Appointments Available

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Words of Wellness / Health

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By The Mayo Clinic Staff Jul 3, 2012 Health

A soothing massage can help you unwind, but that's not all. Explore the possible health benefits and risks of massage therapy, plus what to expect.

By Kristyn Kusek Lewis Jul 3, 2012 Health

Having your honey rub your back is sweet, but it's tough to compete with the hands of a pro. A good massage therapist can make you feel like a new person. And now research suggests massage can ease insomnia, boost immunity, prevent PMS, and more. Maybe that's why hospitals are making it a standard therapy. "All of our surgery patients are offered the treatment...

By Hans Villarica Feb 12, 2012 Health

    Finally. New research led by a pair of McMaster University researchers proves that getting a massage is actually "therapeutic." PROBLEM: Even though getting a massage is an increasingly popular way to alleviate pain and stress, very little work has been done to understand the molecular underpinnings of this healing process. Cold...

By DIMITY McDOWELL Dec 29, 2011 Health

December 3, 2009COLLETTE GLASS, a massage therapist in Atlanta, offers her top three moves for leg relief. CALVES Standing, place one leg on a low chair or bench. Reach down and place thumb and forefinger of one hand on opposite sides of the top of the heel. Squeeze your fingers and slowly raise your toes, flexing your foot. Lower the foot. Repeat two more times, then move...

NICHOLAS BAKALAR Dec 29, 2011 Health

July 4, 2011, 5:00 pm Stubborn Back Pain? Try Massage By NICHOLAS BAKALAR Can massage help back pain? Massage is a common alternative treatment for chronic low back pain, but most recent studies have found little evidence that it works. A group of researchers designed a study to see if they could find a difference between back pain sufferers who got massage...

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