Focus Clinical Massage’s mission is to support employee health and wellness through massage therapy in the workplace.
We work with companies to create on-site experiences that help lower stress, reduce injury and increase employee satisfaction. We understand that every company has a unique culture and specific goals for their population — we work with you to design a program that meets your needs and can be tailored over time. They are professional and reliable, but above all, skilled in delivering, through clothes, effective massage therapy.
The goal of each therapist is to rehabilitate and stimulate natural healing processes in connective tissues and organ systems using manual soft tissue massage, joint physics, elongation techniques, and manipulation of joint capsules. Our key skill is the ability to isolate and identify the exact site of soft tissue dysfunction. Draping is used to assure patient modesty. Therapists provide their own table/chair, linens, and sanitizing supplies. We work with you to design a suitable environment for treatments to take place, including privacy, sound/music and lighting. All of our therapists carry malpractice insurance and follow the Hippocratic oath.
What to Expect from a Massage at Work
- Draping is provided
- Massage Table Treatments is recommended - Side lying highly effective when client can't lay prone or supine
- Treatments are done in private area of the building
- Your tension or injuries to be gone or greatly improved!
What is done at in a Massage Treatment?
Therapists will rehabilitate and stimulate natural healing processes in connective tissues and organ systems using manual soft tissue massage, joint physics, elongation techniques, and manipulation of joint capsules. Our key skill is the ability to isolate and identify the exact site of soft tissue dysfunction. Other clinical applications of heat, cold, light therapy, electrotherapy, liniments and compresses are used as well. Surgical draping is used to assure patient modesty and provide a sense of security for both the patient and the therapist.
Who may benefit from a Massage Treatment?
Because our massage techniques benefit both localized and systemic problems, treatments can improve overall health for many of the following injuries, disorders and diseases:
- Respiratory Disorders
- Gastrointestinal Disorders
- Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
- Scar Tissue
- Muscle spasms
- Neck & Back pain
- Repetitive strain injuries
- Temporomandibular Joint Disorders
- Thyroid Dysfunction
- Thoracic Outlet Syndrome
- Neurological Disorders
- Plantar Fasciitis
- Strains or Sprains