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Elements Massage 12920 W Bluemound Rd
Elm Grove, WI   53122
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2 Miles East of Brookfield Square Mall

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12920 W Bluemound Rd
Elm Grove, WI 53122

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Sun 9am - 7pm

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Words of Wellness / Therapist News

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May 16, 2017 Therapist News

Elements Massage™ Elm Grove maintains a team support system all around. "The management team really cares for the employees and the whole staff of caring, professional individuals has created a wonderful environment for each other and our clients."  -- Colleen   Massage therapists receive monthly 1-on-1 meetings with the Studio Manager...

Oct 24, 2016 Therapist News

Elements Massage™ Elm Grove believes in strong leadership at all levels. The Elm Grove studio treats our team, our clients, and each other with integrity and fairness. We know its the job of the owner and manager to build a supportive work environment, and to provide the entire team with the tools needed to succeed. Massage Therapists at Elements Massage™...

Oct 3, 2016 Therapist News

Elements Massage™ Elm Grove staffs an experienced team of massage therapists. With multiple perspectives, everyone on the team learns and benefits from each other.  This fosters an environment for growth between all massage therapists and experience levels, with regular collaborative learning meetings at the core. Elements Massage™ Elm Grove is an...

Sep 26, 2016 Therapist News

Elements Massage™ Elm Grove knows how important teamwork is for the success of their studio, clients, and their Massage Therapist staff. This team approach carries through training, current work and future opportunities.   Elements Massage™ Elm Grove takes a TEAM APPROACH to their Massage Therapy staff: Bonuses are based on client returns...

Sep 18, 2016 Therapist News

Elements Massage™ Elm Grove knows how important Massage Therapist longevity is. From studio ownership to leadership, to the staff, the entire team is treated with just as much care as members.   Elements Massage™ Elm Grove protects massage therapy longevity with: Scheduling based on individual limits 15 minutes in between sessions PAID massage...

Garrett Curler Aug 23, 2016 Therapist News

Learn about treatment of migraine and tension headaches through
massage. Includes self-care techniques for clients.

Garrett Curler Aug 15, 2016 Therapist News

Helping your clients meet their wellness goals sometimes requires thinking beyond the massage room. Your client's specific circumstance may be benefited by incorporating some complimentary treatments. The challenge for many massage therapists, however, is knowing which practioner may best fit the needs of the client. This article describes a process for selecting a physical therapy clinic to recommend to massage clients that may benefit from PT.

Garrett Curler Aug 15, 2016 Therapist News

You have a client on your massage table, and, as you proceed through the session, you realize that the client's needs, at least in part, are outside of your areas of strength and know how. It can be a challenging moment for a massage therapist, as referring out may impact your income. However, doing what's in the best interest of the client (including a referral to another MT) does align with the long term success of your massage practice. This article explores effective ways to refer to other massage therapists, and the likely impacts to your practice.

Garrett Curler Mar 13, 2016 Therapist News

Many massage therapists receive only the most cursory education when it comes to professional referral. Generally, somewhere in the course of a professional ethics class we will be taught that we need to refer our clients to the appropriate healthcare professional when their needs go beyond our scope of practice. We are taught the limits of our scope, but given a vague catch all along the lines that anything beyond that should be sent to someone else, and when in doubt that someone else should be a doctor.

However, there is a lot more to know than just those couple sentences. Is scope of practice the only reason to refer out? By referring out, aren’t we just admitting to the client that we can’t help them? From a business point of view, aren’t we simply sending our paying clients away? Sadly, answering these questions is something that most of us have to learn by trial and error over years of experience. I have been fortunate enough in my career to work closely with a physical therapy practice, even helping to manage multiple clinics for a year and a half. In the course of that time I feel I have learned some valuable aspects to professional referral that I can share with my fellow massage therapists.

Jodi Feb 19, 2015 Therapist News

On Monday night, the Elements Elm Grove team got together at the studio to share their tried and true techniques for addressing head, neck, and shoulder issues.

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