Therapeutic Massage

Massage is a systematic manual application of pressure and movement to the soft tissue of the body – skin, muscles, tendons, ligaments, and fascia (the membrane surrounding muscle and muscle groups). Medical massage promotes the flow of blood and lymph, relieving tension, stimulating nerves, and stretching and loosening muscles.

In addition to assisting rehabilitation and improving pain, there are many benefits to receiving massage therapy on a regular basis even if you do not have an acute injury or pain:

  • improved relaxation and lower stress level
  • helps in treatment of anxiety and depression
  • lowers blood pressure
  • improves tension-type headaches
  • improves fatigue and insomnia
  • improves blood circulation
  • relieves edema/swelling
  • relaxes muscles
  • strengthens immune system

Lymph Drainage Massage

A special form of massage to treat specific circulatory problems.


63-18 Austin Street
Rego Park, NY 11374


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