All Elements Massage Therapy
Get Recharged.   Stay Balanced.

Massage therapy has been part of my wellness program as long as I can remember. I was six years old when I lost my lower leg in a boating accident, and during physical therapy, massage was used to alleviate painful misalignments and overstressed muscles common to amputees. Continuing a massage regimen throughout my life has also assisted me through swim seasons, weight lifting, triathlon training, and most importantly, pregnancy and motherhood. Now that I am a licensed massage therapist, I have the ability to educate other amputees about the way massage can benefit their bodies as they adjust to limb loss and integrating a prosthetic limb into their lives.  I am now able to give back all the support and devotion that I was given.

All Elements Massage Therapy was launched in 2012.  At AEMT, I implement several modalities of massage therapy. Myofascial release and therapeutic stretching techniques are beneficial for amputees to free adhesions throughout their musculoskeletal structure, especially during the prosthetic fitting process. Craniosacral Therapy is a wonderful and highly effective treatment that addresses an amputee’s nervous system, such as phantom pains and trauma, and underlying adhesions that traditional massage cannot access. Often, the amputees’ loved ones will request a good old-fashioned relaxation massage to ease the stresses a caregiver endures.

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