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Reedsburg Area Therapeutic Spa
Q.  Does insurance cover your services?

A.  Possibly.  Every insurance company is different.  The only way to find out is to ask.  Contact me for details and I can do the work for you of finding out if you have any massage therapy coverage.

Q. Do I have to have a medical referral to make an appointment?

A.  No.  While the majority of clients found me originally via a medical referral (chiropractor or physician), anyone can take advantage of the services I offer.  Many have found me because their friends or family referred them in.

Q.  How many sessions will it take to fix my problem?

A.  Each client is different and it would be unethical for me to give a pat answer for you.  That is why I offer a full postural assessment and health intake taking into account your medical history and provide a session before making a recommendation.

Q.  What if I don't have any major problems, can I still get a massage from you?

A.  Absolutely!  Massage for wellness is one of the best reasons to get a massage!  Not only does it feel good, but it really does promote good health.  As a therapist who actively continues to educate myself on how the human body works, I am always incorporating new techniques that promote new aspects of healing in the body.  Plus, if you aren't as good at stretching as you'd like to be, a good therapeutic massage can help maintain flexibility and range of motion.

Q.  What type of problems do you typically treat?

A.  I see people for a variety of reasons, but here is a list of just a few of the ailments I have treated people for:

Headaches Backaches Sciatica Edema

Plantar Fasciitis Shoulder issues Nerve Entrapments Knee Replacement

Sprains Whiplash Frozen Shoulder Surgery Recovery

Scoliosis MS Fibromyalgia Auto Accident

Massage for Wellness Maintenance

Q.  Can you give me anything to do at home to help my problem?

A.  I aim to educate my clients, not just on the benefits of massage, but also on how to better take care of themselves.  I will educate you through your sessions on proper heat/ice applications, stretches, patterns of movement, as well as some massage techniques you can do on your own.

Q.  Do you offer relaxation massage?

A.  Relaxation is a byproduct of my work.  Unfortunately, most people seeking a relaxation massage don't understand the full benefits of massage.  They are far greater than just being relaxed by having someone else gently rub your aches and pains.  In addition to reducing tension and facial restrictions, I work to stimulate your parasympathetic nervous system which is the system responsible for rest, digest, and healing in your body.  Often times, clients walk out feeling relaxed and find that they sleep very well that night.  

It is my hope that you would consider trying my work, even if you are looking for a relaxation massage.  Not only will you get a great massage, you'll also receive a postural assessment and health intake along with an education of the modalities I use and why they work.  I also take time to tell you what massage can do to help you with particular ailments that you may be struggling with as well as other modalities that may be helpful to you.  My clients don't just walk out relaxed, they walk out informed.