“If you want a great massage go to Jill Arnold. I suffer from chronic low back pain. Without monthly massages I would not be able to function. Jill adjusts her techniques depending on if I need a deep tissue massage, soft touch massage, or just deep relaxation. The first thing you will notice when you receive your massage is that she will ask what your needs are and then listen. Your massage is done accordingly to what your needs are. No “factory” feeling here! Take the time to pamper yourself. You are worth it.”
—Sandy Spaeth

Pain Management

According to the National Chronic Pain Outreach Association, more than 30 million people suffer from chronic pain. The effectiveness of massage therapy for pain management lies in its holistic approach by focusing on the entire body and its relationship to soft tissue pain.

Massage plays an important role in achieving a pain free lifestyle. The skin is the largest organ of the human body and is packed with nerve endings. By utilizing various types of massage modalities, one can rejuvenate and refresh the mind while improving joint movement, and increase the flow of blood and nutrients to muscles and other tissue.

Modern studies have shown that massage can be used to successfully treat a variety of disorders, including:

  • Anxiety
  • Arthritis
  • Back pain
  • Chronic pain
  • Depression
  • Headache
  • High blood pressure
  • Insomnia

References: Health Institute, Better Health Channel, www.sarahbush.org