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What is

Trigger Point/ Myofascial Release

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Trigger Point Therapy is a form of manual therapy that focuses on detecting and releasing trigger points. Located in the skeletal muscle, trigger points are spots that produce pain when compressed. In many cases, trigger points form as a result of trauma to the muscle fibers.

Myofascial Release works specifically with the connective tissue (fascia) to relieve the tightness that causes muscle restrictions. Massage therapy involves steady movement, like kneading and stroking, on the muscles to bring relief; myofascial release uses sustained pressure to stretch and lengthen the fascia.

John Barnes Myofascial Release

John Barnes is an internationally recognized physical therapist & the leading authority on Myofascial Release. His technique, although may be sometimes lighter in pressure, the release of facial restriction may bring to surface a temporary increase in pain during the session. This technique suits better for those who don’t wish to have the extreme pressure from your more common myofascial release. The massage is fully clothed. Men- shorts/ Women- shorts, sports bra, tank top are needed.

Prices :

45 min $89

60 min $99

75 min $119

90 min $139

What is
Medical Massage

Medical Massage is performed by a LMT who’s undergone specific training designed to treat both acute and chronic conditions & injuries. With the knowledge of physiology, anatomy and kinesiology, a variety of massage modalities & techniques are combined in order to reach the needs of the client. Medical massage is prescribed by a doctor & includes a Treatment Plan. The practices of silicone cupping therapy, massage gun & CBD salve usage are all included in this service. We put any Medical Massages under the Trigger Point/ Myofascial service.


Disclaimer: This service is not to be used in place of a Dr’s professional instructions. TP/ MYO (Trigger Point/ Myofascial) service may be covered under your insurance.

Procedure: Obtain a Rx (prescription) for massage from your PCP or any other specialist with the ablility to prescribe; Check with your insurance company to see if they will accept CPT codes 97140 or 97124; if so, schedule your massage, keep your receipt, submit to your insurance with the code given by your Therapist. Include your Therapists mandatory NPI#

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