Frequently Asked Questions
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Physical Benefits of Massage
- Pain relief!
- Balances the nervous system; relieves stress and aids relaxation
- Decreases muscle tension and stiffness; daily activities are once again enjoyable when your body movements are eased
- Promotes faster healing of strained muscles and sprained ligaments
- Provides greater joint flexibility and range of motion, allowing you to do more of the things you enjoy!
- Enhances athletic performance
- Speeds healing after surgery or injuries; reduces pain and swelling; lessens formation of excessive scar tissue
- Promotes deeper and easier breathing; overall wellness and revitalization is enhanced when your body tissues receive adequate oxygen
- Improves circulation of blood and movement of lymph fluids; strengthens the immune system
- Enhances the health and nourishment of skin; a glowing complexion is revealed!
- Improves posture; proper distribution of weight on your joints will refine each and every movement and position required of you in your day!
Mental Benefits of Massage Therapy
- Cultivates a relaxed state of mental alertness
- Relieves mental stress; enhances your capacity for calm thinking and creativity
- Encourages your awareness and appreciation of the mind-body connection
- Improves your ability to monitor stress signals as they arise and respond appropriately
- Lessen anxiety
- Alleviate depression
- Revitalize your busy mind
- Find solace in the hectic pace of our society
- Increase your overall sense of well-being
- Empower yourself by receiving education, resources and self-care tips from your massage therapist
Tangible results are usually seen early in treatment. Some people experience incredible pain relief and improved quality of life after only one treatment, but commonly it is reported that after three or four treatments, clients are enjoying decreased physical pain and restriction, substantial reductions in stress symptoms and overall improved function. Many factors are at play when determining how quickly you will see results – including the severity of your injury or condition, your overall health upon beginning treatment, unforeseen life events that may come along to either aid, detract or change your course once we begin treatment and compliance with the self-care programs that are suggested to you along the way.
No. Though my focus is on providing chronic pain relief, I also work with people recovering from acute and sub-acute injuries from either work or play. As well, I help people who are receiving massage therapy as a part of their health care for maintenance of wellness and stress reduction.
Massage therapists are educated in treating a vast array of conditions, including, but not limited to:
|Asthma||Facet Lock||Parkinson’s Disease||Athletic Injuries||Fibromyalgia|
|Pes Planus||Arthritis||Fibrositis and Fibrosis||Plantar Fasciitis||Bronchitis|
|Fractures||Poliomyelitis & Post Polio Syndrome||Buergers’ Disease||Frozen Shoulder||Postural Deformities|
|Bursitis||Gout||Raynaud’s Disease||Carpal Tunnel Syndrome||Headaches|
|Scars||Cerebral Palsy||Hemiplegia||Sciatica||Chronic Fatigue Syndrome|
|Herniated back (disc)||Scoliosis||Chronic Pain||Iliotibial Band Contracture||Spastic Paralysis|
|Constipation||Impingement Syndrome||Sports Injuries||Contractures||Insomnia|
|Low Back Pain||Stress-related disorders||Degenerative Disc Disease||Migraine Synovitis||Digestive Disorders|
|Multiple Sclerosis||Systemic Lupus Erythematosus||Dislocations||Muscle Tension / Spasm||Thoracic Outlet Syndrome|
|Dupuytrens’ Contracture||Muscular Dystrophy||Tendinitis||Dysmennorhea||Neuralgia / Neuritis|
|Osteoarthritis||Varicose Veins||Entrapments & Compression Syndromes||Paralysis||Whiplash|
You may book your appointment online! Click here to access my online booking system or call me at 702-265-3794 and I will be happy to find a date and time that suits you.
Appointments are available during the following hours:
|Monday||10:00 AM – 7:00 PM|
|Tuesday||10:00 AM – 7:00 PM|
|Thursday||10:00 AM – 7:00 PM|
|Friday||10:00 AM – 7:00 PM|
|Saturday||10:00 AM – 7:00 PM|
Treatments are available by appointment only.
One hour is a common session length, though sessions are available in 30-minute, one-hour, or 1½-hour blocks.
Longer treatments give more time for your body and mind to unwind and allow me plenty of time to thoroughly address the "issues in your tissues." During shorter sessions, I will be very specific in where I focus your treatment. Session times include assessment, hands-on treatment and self-care education.
No. Although many physicians refer patients for massage therapy treatments. However, some insurance plans do require a referral, so you will need to check your policy to see if you need one in order to be reimbursed for your treatments.
At your first appointment you will be required to complete a health history form. Please arrive 10 minutes early in order to have time to complete this information thoroughly and without being rushed. Or fill out the form online; a link will be emailed to you after you make your appointment so you can complete it ahead of time.
We will then spend about 10 minutes discussing your current symptoms and goals for your massage therapy treatments. Some of the questions that I will ask you during our interview may seem unrelated to massage, however, please realize that the body is complex in its connections and that often something may seem unrelated when in actuality it is connected to the cause of your symptoms.
It is my job to thoroughly assess the puzzle pieces in order to plan your treatments most effectively. It is also my responsibility to modify your treatments in cases of contraindications or safety concerns, so a thorough inventory of your health is crucial in allowing me to provide you with the best care possible.
During our interview I will also be assessing your posture, the quality of your movements and may perform specific physical tests with you to help me clarify the potential causes of your pain. Please feel free to ask me any questions that you may have during this time.
Depending on the primary techniques that I choose to use, you may or may not need to undress.
For techniques that require the application of oil or lotion, direct skin contact is ideal. You will be asked to undress to your comfort level, and you may choose to wear underwear or not. I will leave the room to give you privacy while you undress, and get on the treatment table, covering yourself with a sheet and blanket. I will then knock before I re-enter the room. I uncover only the area being worked on – your modesty is maintained throughout your treatment.
Make yourself comfortable!
You will relax during most of your treatment on a massage table designed for stability and comfort. I will ensure that you are comfortable and warm throughout your treatment by having pillows, heat and a blanket available. Relaxing music is played to help you unwind and focus on the changes occurring in your body.
It is helpful to focus on your breathing – take nice deep breaths in and out during your session to help your mind and body relax and to oxygenate your body tissues.
If I need you to adjust your position I will either move you (for instance, lift your arm) or will tell you what position I need you to move into (for instance, turning from lying on your front to your back). Let me know at any time if you need to change your position to make yourself more comfortable. Please verbalize to me what is comfortable for you!
Many people just close their eyes and relax completely during a session; others prefer to talk. It’s your time, and whatever feels natural to you is the best way to relax. Do not hesitate to ask questions at any time.
Massage techniques on healthy tissue usually feel very good. The normal response is to slow down, breathe deeply and relax.
Working in an area of injury or chronic pain may at first cause some discomfort, which usually lessens in the first few minutes. I am trained in a multitude of techniques which will work to minimize discomfort and I will work carefully within what feels right to you.
Always tell me if you feel any discomfort so that I can adjust the techniques that I am using. The saying "no pain, no gain" is not precisely true for bodywork! I will ask you for feedback throughout your session to be sure that we are working in a zone of therapeutic tenderness – this sensation is described as "hurts so good" – a level of tenderness that you can breathe through comfortably, and that dissipates rather quickly as we work, essentially easing the initial discomfort.
When people have been living in pain for any length of time, it can be difficult to differentiate these sensations, so I encourage you to listen closely to your body and I will meet you where you are in the process. The most effective and deepest massage works with the body’s natural responses, not against them.
Bodywork can be profoundly relaxing, affecting all your body’s systems. Give yourself a moment to reorient before slowly getting up from the massage table.
After a session, most people feel relaxed. Many experience freedom from aches and pains that have built up over months of tension or repetitive activity.
After an initial period of feeling slowed down, people often experience an increase in energy, heightened awareness and greater productivity which can last for several days. Since toxins are released from your tissue during a massage, it is recommended that you drink plenty of water following your massage.
Following a massage, it is possible to have some soreness for 24-48 hours, similar to the sensation experienced after a good workout. This is a normal response within the body when circulation and resulting detoxification is increased.
You will likely feel subtle shifts occurring over the following days as well. Some examples are:
- Pain relief – less intensity and frequency of the pain in various areas of your body
- Easier mobility when walking and moving in your daily life
- Deeper sleep patterns
- Constipation or other digestive concerns may subside
- Stress, irritability and anxiety levels may lessen
- Energy levels may feel increased
As with exercise, the benefits of massage increase with regular treatments. As your body-mind awareness is enhanced, you may find that you experience deeper relaxation and great gains in overall wellness with each massage therapy session.
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I ask for 24 hours or more notice if you need to cancel an appointment, or 100% of your treatment fee will apply. Read more about it here.
If you are in the early and most contagious stage (first 48-72 hours) of a cold or flu, please do NOT come in for your session. Please phone, text, or email me to cancel with as much notice as possible, so that I may be able to fill the spot with a client on my wait-list. Thank you! I appreciate your thoughtful consideration in this matter.
What’s the next step?
Call me at 702-265-3794 for a free 10-minute phone consultation, and together we will decide if I may be able to help you find relief.
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Adobe Massage Therapy
7355 S Buffalo Dr #D
Las Vegas, NV 89113
Adobe Massage Therapy Hours
10 am to 7 pm Daily
Closed Wednesday and Sunday