Our practitioners are skilled in a variety of Eastern and Western soft tissue and manual therapies.
Soft tissue therapy complements acupuncture treatments. Massage is not offered separately to acupuncture.
Please allow up to 90 minutes for your initial acupuncture session, and 60 minutes for follow-up sessions. For more on what to expect, click here.
Gua sha is a Chinese medical instrument assisted soft tissue mobilization (IASTM) treatment similar to Graston®. Gua sha is applied using specially designed instruments to provide a mobilizing effect to muscle, fascia, scar tissue, and myofascial adhesion to help decrease pain and help improve mobility.
Trigger point therapy is an isolated pressure and release massage technique that focuses on painful knots in muscles called trigger points.
Swedish therapeutic massage is an active form of manual therapy where direct pressure is placed on a tight muscle while it is actively put through its range of motion.
Tui na is a combination of Chinese massage therapy and acupressure.