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Blog / Wellness

Scars and Massage

Kayla Flohre Sep 9, 2019 Wellness

Have you ever wondered if massage therapy would help with scarring? I am here to tell you, in most cases, that yes, it can. Currently, there is no treatment that can make scars disappear completely but massage could help.  The therapist who is working with you would need to have a full understanding of the situation causing the scar if your main goal is to diminish the scarring....

Thoracic Outlet Syndrome

Kayla Flohre, LMT Dec 10, 2018 Wellness

Thoracic outlet syndrome is a group of disorders where blood vessels or nerves in the space between the collarbone and the first rib (the thoracic outlet) are compressed. This will cause pain in the neck and shoulders along with numbness down the arm, hand, and fingers. A lot can cause thoracic outlet syndrome and the causes can vary such as a car accident injury, repetitive...

What to do AFTER a massage

Kayla Flohre Nov 23, 2018 Wellness

 Have you just received a massage? Are you feeling loose and relaxed and like that all that tension in your shoulders is gone? Are you wondering how in the world you can keep your body feeling like this longer? I have the answers!  Whether you are coming in for your regular monthly massage or you visit us sporadically, we give you some advice before you leave the...

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.

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 you and help...

Sports Massage - Who Is It For?

Kayla Burnside, LMT 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.

Do I Need to See the Same Massage Therapist Every Time?

Oct 9, 2017 Wellness

You’ve got a sprinkler guy, an electrician, and a plumber you’d trust with your life. You can give a recommendation to anyone who needs a fantastic mechanic or a house painter.  What about with massage? Is the same philosophy true: that you’re better off seeing the same therapist time after time? Do you have a regular massage therapist in your contact list?...

The Many Health Benefits of Massage

Oct 2, 2017 Wellness

Don’t get us wrong – we love the fact that massage is your go-to for when you want to pamper yourself. We’re thrilled to help you celebrate a birthday, anniversary, a job well done, or any other special occasion. However, we also know massage can be a medically beneficial practice that can aid in your mental and physical well-being. More than just a way to pamper...

How to manage back to school stress

Sep 15, 2017 Wellness

If we’re being honest, it starts with the back-to-school ads that start appearing in mid-July.  Sure, on the surface they’re innocently offering first dibs on budget-saving deals on pencils and rulers.  But with those early ads comes the first sneaky bit of school-time stress, and for many people it just multiplies after that.Now come late August, all...

Is Massage beneficial for senior citizens?

Sep 5, 2017 Wellness

This Monday was National Senior Citizens Day, and unless you’ve been living under a massage table for the last decade, you know that this day applies to a rapidly-growing segment of our population.  In fact, senior citizens continue to be the fastest-growing age set, and will account for a fifth of our population by 2020.  This population shift is causing health...

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