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Power Massage Power Massage uses deep tissue massage with neuromuscular re-education to achieve results that cannot be achieved with regular, relaxation massage. This type of technique can only be found at Power Massage. Our massage consists of alternating levels of concentrated pressure on the areas of pain, or muscle spasms, working with not only the muscles, ligaments, and soft tissues of the body, but also with the nervous system.

You should see results starting after your first visit, sometimes in as little as 30 minutes. Imagine coming in with pain and leaving without. For the athlete: professional, semi-pro, collegiate, high school, or the weekend warrior, Power Massage's deep tissue massage can enhance agility, endurance, speed, range of motion, and recovery time. Power Massage's neuromuscular massage can enhance your well-being.

Whether it's those daily aches and pains or unexpected injuries, Power Massage can make the difference in returning to your normal activities or just sitting on the sidelines of life!

read more › In order to better serve our clients, we relocated our office to the Northeast Minneapolis Art District. This gives our clients a central location with access from Interstate 94. For thousands of years and all over the world, the power of touch has been considered an important part of the healing process for people suffering from a wide variety of ailments. The manipulation of the muscles and soft tissues of the body through massage is one of the most accepted therapies there is. At Power Massage, we take it a step further by helping your body re-educate your muscles so that you experience changes that often alleviate painful symptoms completely.

read more › The majority of the musculoskeletal pain that individuals suffer is a result of faulty biomechanics due to tight joints, soft tissues, and shortened muscles. The remainder, estimated at 10 - 15%, is caused by injury and disease. This high occurrence rate of musculoskeletal pain in the population is because of the way that our bodies are designed to respond to how we utilize them. The way we typically use our bodies promotes tissue shortening as well as shortening of muscles, tendons and ligaments.

read more › This is an ancient technique the source of which has been lost through time and only recently rediscovered. Neuromuscular re-education in the today's medical world is typically the performance of exercises that can restore balance, coordination, orientation and proprioception (one's perception of the relative movement of body parts). But its true origins trace back to when it was applied as a massage technique. We have been very successful with soft tissue trauma which is the source of most physical pain not associated with disease.

read more › Low pain that radiates into the hips and glutes (gluteus maximus, medius and minimus muscles that are located in the thighs and buttocks). The causes of back pain are numerous and can happen through no fault of your own. It can be caused by sciatica, herniated discs, degenerative disc diseases, osteomyelitis, ankylosing spondylitis, sacroiliitis, spinal stenosis, osteoarthritis, tumors and other diseases. It can also be caused as a side effect of some medications like statins that lower cholesterol.

read more › The most common symptoms of Carpal Tunnel Syndrome are numbness, weakness, tingling or pain felt in the fingers or the palm of the hand. Symptoms can occur in both hands, but are usually worse in one hand or the other. People with Carpal Tunnel Syndrome often notice symptoms at night, waking with pain or numbness. Other symptoms of Carpal Tunnel Syndrome include numbness or pain that gets worse while gripping an object or flexing the wrist and/or loss of pinch strength between the thumb and index finger.

read more › Tension and stress headaches are not uncommon with today's adult population considering the fast pace of living we experience today. Such headaches can be experienced as a constant pain and others come and go over time. You can feel the pressure or pain on the top of the head, the forehead and/or the sides of the head. Tension headaches can also cause pain in the neck and base of the head. Headaches can last 30 minutes or longer. They tend to come more frequently in mid-day, can vary in the threshold of pain throughout the day, or be experienced during the entire day.

read more › Symptoms of shin splints include pain, swelling and tenderness to touch to the front part of the lower leg. Pain may also occur in the muscles or along either side of the shin bone depending on the precise cause. Some feel it only during certain exercises, and some only after exercise. Shin splints refer to the inflammation of the fibrous covering of the bone and attached muscle fibers which causes pain. Shin splints are the result of repeated pounding or impact on hard surfaces during activities such as running, tennis, or basketball.

read more › Tennis elbow or golfers elbow is the inflammation of the upper arm, both inside and outside the elbow that results in elbow pain. You do not need to play tennis or golf to have this condition. Tennis elbow typically has pain on the outside of the elbow and golfers elbow is pain experienced on the inside of the elbow. Pain may occur slowly or abruptly. You may feel the pain increase when you try to open a jar, shaking hands or squeezing an object. Pain can occur also when you are moving your fist with force such as lifting heavy objects.

read more › At Power Massage, we take massage a step further by helping your body re-educate your muscles so that you experience changes that often correct the problem you came with completely. Power Massage uses neuromuscular re-education massage to achieve results that may not have been achieved by other forms of massage. This type of therapy is available at very few clinics or massage studios. Neuromuscular re-education massage produces the best results with one hour of direct hands-on treatment. Unlike some other massage studios and chiropractic clinics, we do not use any part of this time to put hot towels on clients backs or legs or divert our time from massage to apply other "feel-good" or relaxing techniques.

read more › This Code of Ethics is a summary statement of the standards by which massage therapists agree to conduct their practices and is a declaration of the general principles of acceptable, ethical, professional behavior. Power Massage subscribes to all of these standards. Demonstrate commitment to provide the highest quality massage therapy/bodywork to those who seek their professional service. Acknowledge the inherent worth and individuality of each person by not discriminating or behaving in any prejudicial manner with clients and/or colleagues.

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