Therapeutic Massage and Bodywork

“A week without Steve is a week lived in pain!” – Jill D.

What is It?

By definition, neuromuscular therapy is the utilization of static pressure on specific myofascial points to relieve pain. This technique manipulates the soft tissue of the body (muscles, tendons and connective tissue) to balance the central nervous system. In a healthy individual, nerves transmit impulses (which are responsible for every movement, function and thought) to the body. Injury, trauma, postural distortion or stress cause nerves to interrupt their transmission, inhibiting equilibrium and making the body vulnerable to pain and dysfunction.

Our rehabilitative bodywork is used to address five elements that cause pain:

  1. Ischemia: Lack of blood supply to soft tissues which causes hypersensitivity to touch
  2. Trigger Points: Highly irritated points in muscles which refer pain to other parts of the body
  3. Nerve Compression or Entrapment: Pressure on a nerve by soft tissue, cartilage or bone
  4. Postural Distortion: Imbalance of the muscular system
  5. Biomechanical Dysfunction: Imbalance of the musculoskeletal system resulting in faulty movement patterns (i.e., poor lifting habits, bad mechanics in a golf swing or tennis stroke)

Some of our clients include the following:

  • Men’s Olympic Rowing Team
  • Women’s National Rowing Team
  • Five women from the U.S. Olympic Track and Field Team
  • Professional baseball players
  • Professional football players
  • Clemson University Men’s and Women’s Track and Field Team*
  • Clemson University Women’s Soccer Team*
  • Clemson University Men’s Soccer Team*

What is included?

  • postural analysis
  • range of motion analysis
  • determination of the type of therapy required INCLUDING CUPPING

Costs & Options

Please visit our Service Schedule page for information on pricing.

*Along with Greenville Technical College’s Massage Therapy program, we are the only neuromuscular therapists invited to work on Clemson University athletes through the athletic department.