Our highly trained massage therapist, Melissa Moralez, has been specially chosen since she provides a unique technique that I have found to be the missing element to my holistic full body rehabilitation care. Most clients comment that it is “unlike any other massage you have every received” as well as “the best and most effective massage you have ever received”. Due to the uniqueness of this type of treatment she is in high demand.
Trained in many bodywork modalities Melissa takes an integrative approach in tailoring each session to meet each clients individual needs. She specializes in a unique modality, Neuro-Kinetic Rehabilitative Massage.
Neuro-Kinetic Rehabilitative Massage is an interactive treatment which combines simultaneous massage with resisted exercise to rebalance the system. It localizes which muscles are overactive and which are under active and brings them both into balance to get the deepest and fastest results.
Using complex neuro-kinetic, sensorimotor assessments and treatments it retrains the way the brain communicates it’s movement and/or pain signals with the muscles of the body. The beneficial effects can be instantaneous.
It is not uncommon that patients having suffered with physical pain syndromes and/or movement dysfunctions always see strikingly measurable results on their first visit. This will be the case; no matter how long they have had the condition have had other therapies or how many doctors or therapists they have seen.
Neuro-kinetic Rehabilitative Massage works by combining 3 treatment techniques which are applied at the same time for a therapeutic synergistic effect on the nervous system which is much greater than if you only applied one.
The 3 components are:
- Resistive Exercise Neurology
- Muscle Nerve-Sensor Stimulation
- Bio-Feedback Breathing.
During a treatment, the doctor or therapist applies treatment to the muscle nerve-sensors while the patient performs specific resisted movement and breathing exercises.
Neuro-Kinetic Rehabilitative Massage Often Helps When All Else Has Failed!
- Chronic Pain and Fibromyalgia
- Acute Pain and Injury
- Back/Neck Pain
- Disc Issues
- Depression, Anxiety and Panic Disorders
- Digestion and IBS
- Quality of Life and Sense of Well Being