Medical Massage

With a focus on relief or recovery from chronic pain, injury, headaches/migraines and sciatica, medical massage is an effective service alongside standard medical care. Every treatment is unique to the individual and can help with conditions such as:

  • Muscle pain
  • Joint pain
  • Back pain
  • Stress
  • Anxiety
  • Headaches
  • Insomnia related to stress
  • And more!

Why choose us?

  • Results Based – Medical massage is no ordinary “run-of-the-mill” massage. It focuses on relief or recovery from chronic pain, injury, headaches/migraines and sciatica, as well as dozens of other conditions associated with the musculoskeletal system.
  • Clean and Professional Environment – Our massage rooms are set to the same standard of cleanliness as any other CentraCare facility. Our therapists are professionally trained and provide dignity and respect to all patients.
  • Custom Massage Treatments – Every treatment is unique to the individual — no “cookie cutter” routines that are the same for everyone. Every body has different needs and we treat it that way.
  • No Need for Gratuity – What you pay for your treatment is what you pay. We do not accept tips. If you insist on giving back, a referral is the greatest gratuity we can receive.

How Much Does It Cost?

  • $55 for 45 minutes
  • $70 for 60 minutes
  • $80 for 75 minutes
  • $90 for 90 minutes
  • $100 for 120 minutes
  • $190 for three 60-minute massages plus a $20 store gift card

Add hot stones for an additional $30. Not available with a 45-minute massage.

Lifestyle Health works with auto insurance and workers’ compensation claims for massage. If you have questions, please call our office.

Call 320-534-3096 for an appointment or request an appointment online.

Types of Massages Available

  • Swedish Massage: The most popular for relaxation and stress, the long flowing strokes, kneading and friction of a Swedish massage can also increase circulation and ease muscle pain.
  • Deep Tissue and Trigger Point Therapy: Trigger points are found in muscles where knots have formed and caused pain in other areas of the body. The therapist applies pressure to trigger points in the deep layers of muscle to decrease pain, reduce stress and increase range of motion.
  • Sports Massage: Massage can be beneficial before and after sporting events. It can help athletes prepare for athletic activities and recover from workouts and injury. We use a variety of techniques such as shaking, stretching, friction or deeper work.
  • Myofascial Release: Myofascial release can help manage chronic pain, headaches, neck pain, scar tissue and more. The therapist uses gentle pressure to release restrictions in the connective tissue.
  • Prenatal & Postnatal Massage: Prenatal massage provides relaxation and increases circulation. It can help reduce pain, improve sleep and boost mood. Postnatal massage can aid with discomfort from birth, healing, stress reduction and relaxation.
  • Aromatherapy: Aromatherapy enhances massage therapy and can help with pain reduction, anxiety and depression. This stimulating and uplifting therapy can be inhaled or used topically.
  • Chair Massage: Chair massages are great for corporate events or parties! They can relieve workplace stress and increase productivity. A chair massage lasts 10-15 minutes and focuses on the back, neck and shoulders.
  • Cupping Therapy: Cupping therapy can relieve pain and inflammation and increase blood flow.
  • Esalen Massage: Esalen massage looks at the body as a whole rather than as separate parts. Through a variety of techniques, you will become aware of how you are holding tension in your body.
  • Reiki: Reiki promotes relaxation and stress reduction as well as mental, physical, and spiritual healing. It finds root emotional causes to physical ailments and can be a great alternative treatment for depression and anxiety.
  • Structural Assessment and Treatment Plans: The therapist will test strength and range of motion through static pressure, static pressure with passive motion, static pressure with active motion and active resistance. Based on the findings, he or she will recommend a treatment plan.
  • Hot Stone Massage: The therapist will place flat, heated basalt rocks on your body for pain relief, relaxation, improved circulation, decreased stress and massage of tight muscles.
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