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Massage Therapy


Massage Therapy takes the entire body into consideration, treating the whole body and contributing to the patient’s overall wellbeing.

Massage Therapy and Treatments

Regardless of your injury or the type of pain you may be experiencing, everyone can benefit from massage therapy. At Oasis Physical Therapy and Sports Rehab our therapists and specialists all work together to promote your overall health. Our team of physical therapists, sport medicine therapists and massage therapists are able to provide treatment that will help your body heal, reduce recovery time and also better prepare you for any challenges that may lie ahead.   Massage therapy is an important factor in therapeutic treatments. It focuses on the body’s natural healing capabilities through the holistic massage approaches. When used together with sports medicine and physical therapy the healing process often moves more quickly.

Many therapies focus on one specific areas of the body during rehabilitation, but massage therapy takes the entire body into consideration. Treating the whole body contributes to our patients overall well being and reduces the stress and pain that our bodies tend to accumulate on a daily basis.

Our massage therapists are able to offer many types of massages:

Rehabilitative massage
Cranial Sacral Therapy
Deep Tissue Massage
Acupressure
Lymphatic Drainage

Structural Body Work
Cupping
Pregnancy Massage
Repetitive Strain Massage
Scar Tissue Release

Learn about our different therapy options

At Oasis, we offer everything from aquatic and massage therapies, to community classes and sports medicine. Learn how we can help you today.

Conditions that benefit from massage:

Back Pain
Neck Pain
Migraines
Headaches
Sciatica
Edema
Post surgical swelling and edema
Scar tissue
Post surgical adhesions

Abdominal Pain or Dysfunction
Muscle stiffness, Strains and Sprains
Tendonitis
Plantar Fasciitis
Decreased range of motion
Muscle pain
Contractures
TMJ Syndrome
And more . . .