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Medical Masssage

Targeting your needs with medical massage

 

Medical massage ussually addresses some kind of dysfunction. Once evaluated and we begin treatment, we set up specific goals.

Medical Massage goals at Fluid Energies are things like:

  • Reduce severity of pain
  • Reduce frequency of pain
  • Increase range of motion
  • Normalize muscle tissue (get rid of “knots”)

Then we create a treatment plan. Patients who have chronic, long-term issues may need more care then those who are getting over a car accident. Treatment may be focused on a specific area or, if the patient is truly commited to healing with massage it may address overall health as well.

Many of our patiens are reffered by their physician, however a precription for massage or referrel is NOT required. All a patient needs is to be highly motivated to make long term changes in their body and to have a condition that’s appropriate for massage therapy.

Patient/client must commit to be seen twice a week to start, then once a week and then once every other week for about 10 to 12 treatments followed by maintenance, unless otherwise suggested by the therapist.

Angie is a god send. I am currently going through cancer treatments and i truly believe her knowledge and treatment are helping me through. Highly Recommend.

Edna Thompson

Client

Wellness Packages for Medical Massage

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Wellness packages are to be used within a six month period and are designed for those seeking therapy. No refunds will be given after a six month period. All remaining massages will be forfeited.

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Wellness packages included therapies for:

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Migraines

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TMJ Release

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Stiff Neck

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Low Back Pain

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Rotator Cuff

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Golfers Elbow

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Carple Tunnel

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Sciatic Release

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Planter Facilities

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Hot & Cold Therapy

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Application of Deep Blue by doTERRA

Fluid Energies Inc.

Get in touch with us

928.276.4605

Call us to book

info@fluidenergiesinc.com

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777 W 27th Street Yuma, AZ 85364

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