Massage is one of the oldest healing arts and has been used for thousands of years in many cultures to heal, soothe and relieve pain. More medical centers, hospitals and clinics are seeing an increasing demand for massage therapy and are offering massage as part of their services.
Massage, the manual manipulation of soft tissues of the body, provides increased circulation, rids the body of harmful toxins, boosts the immune system, soothes aching muscles, reduces pain, and decreases stress and swelling.
Benefits of massage
Anyone can benefit from massage therapy, but benefits are especially noted for patients experiencing fibromyalgia, headaches, back and neck pain, any chronic pain, discomfort from pregnancy and labor, arthritis, PMS, depression and anxiety, and as part of cancer care. We currently offer:
- Swedish massage
- Deep tissue therapy
- Joint mobilization
- Trigger point release
Therapists are well-trained professionals who have met high educational standards. Our therapists are Wisconsin certified and are skilled in a variety of massage techniques, including specialized certification in massage for pregnancy, infant massage and massage for cancer.
Massage therapy is offered in the Center for Health and Healing in Onalaska, the Center for Women's Health in La Crosse and the Holmen clinic.
Learn more about Massage Therapy from Mayo Clinic.
Monday through Friday: 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
Saturday: 9:00 a.m. to Noon
To learn more about massage therapy or to schedule an appointment, call 608-392-5005.
Gift cards are available for purchase.