Massage therapy decreases muscle tension and general stress, helps to break up scar tissue, increases circulation and flexibility, promotes lymphatic drainage and improves postural patterns, energy and vitality. While chiropractic deals primarily with the mobility and alignment of your joints, massage therapy focuses on decreasing stress in the surrounding soft tissue of muscles and tendons. When these complementary treatments are combined, they can produce more effective results and help you heal more quickly.
Elizabeth Triglione, LMT
Elizabeth is a 2018 graduate of the Lotus School of Integrated Professions in Richmond, VA. She is trained in multiple massage techniques including Swedish massage, neuromuscular therapy, myofascial release massage, trigger point, sports massage, cupping and deep tissue. Her approach to helping patients is one that integrates these different modalities and techniques in order to encourage and facilitate the human body’s own natural healing abilities. It is her desire to help others restore and maintain a healthy, pain free lifestyle through the many benefits of massage. In her spare time, she enjoys hiking, playing pickleball, gardening and getting lost in a good book.
She is available Monday 8 am to noon, Wednesday 8 am to 3 pm, and Friday 8 am to 3 pm