Muscle therapy with Eli Hernandez at Unbound Muscle Therapy
Muscle therapy is a combination of deep tissue and trigger point therapy, tailored to meet the needs of our clients dealing with aches, pains and/or injuries. Our mission with muscle therapy is to find the root cause of the problems and resolve it. The way we do that is using our techniques that have been tried and trusted for years. We not only directly work on our clients, but we offer them insight on why and how they can work on the issues them selves.
If you or someone you know is experiencing aches, pains and/or injuries, come on in and see one of our amazing therapists.
MOTION ACUPUNCTURE By Penny
Acupuncture, originating in China more than 5,000 years ago, is a natural medicine, non-drug therapy without side effects. It is one of the most popular skills in traditional Chinese medical science.
Acupuncture is used to treat many different diseases, such as arthritis, migraines, stiff neck, and neck pain, back pain, shoulder pain, knee pain, sciatica, insomnia, asthma, allergies, facial rejuvenation, sea sickness, pain management, weight loss, facial paralysis, smoking cessation, stress relief, reduction or removal of wrinkles and scars and many other diseases. Acupuncture and acupressure can be used in emergencies, such as when someone fainted, high blood pressure, poisoning, drowning, seizures (Epilepsy), convulsions in children, angina, and trauma bleeding.
Motion Acupuncture (MA) is a form of acupuncture. It is the kind of a rapid form of acupuncture. It uses active, passive or load exercises with needles on the body under the guidance of the doctor during the process of acupuncture needle retention or needle insertion. It is a comprehensive acupuncture therapy that combines a series of disciplines such as meridian, acupuncture and moxibustion, meridian, anatomy, and kinesiology. It is mainly treating all kinds of pains caused by soft tissue damage and certain internal organ diseases. There are three major highlights in motion acupuncture, they are extreme lifting, dynamic needle retention and use motion acupuncture needles. The three major theories of motion acupuncture are sinew theory, tender point theory and trigger point theory.
Yes! My goal is to help everyone in pain. However, my methods have been developed with athletes especially in mind.
Once a year is better than never, but weekly is even better than monthly. I believe, massage should be a daily habit for humans, since it has so many amazing benefits. (As shown above). Regularly receiving a massage from a loved one and giving one in return could heal a lot of the pain in the world. I currently offer 90 minute and 45 minute sessions, to best accommodate your schedule.
Absolutely! Massage in general is great for almost everyone. In addition to pain relief; massage can improve your mobility, reduce stress, calm your mind and give you a break from the madness of the world. My massage technique combination MUSCLE THERAPY is just a big bit more intentional, intense and targeted than the average massage... but, in a great way. A way with the intention of healing.
Muscle Therapy is my twist on regular massage therapy. I utilize deep tissue, trigger point therapy, stretches, mobility movements and the Theragun and Cupping therapy. These techniques reduce aches and pains and help get athletes back to what they love; working out. My unique style of muscle therapy can help you live your life pain-free.