Stacy Graves, Licensed Massage Therapist
Stacy Graves Licensed Massage Therapist Eugene Oregon 97402
Techniques
techniques used by Stacy Graves, LMT:
 
 
 
*NEW* RRT: Rapid Release Therapy is focused on relief of soft tissue problems affecting nerves, muscles, tendons, and ligaments. RRT is the only High speed Vibration Therapy (HSVT) on the market. Our proprietary method of applying compression waves via arc motion directly into the tissue puts the tissue under tension with tiny high frequency shearing energy. These combined effects target adhesion that underlays many indications. Additional benefits include the “Tonic Vibration Reflex” that is triggered only in this frequency range. The TVR releases opposing muscle fibers to eliminate cramps and spasms quickly and painlessly. This TVR effect is not triggered by any other portable device on the market. Soft tissue disorders are usually a result of overuse, injury or surgery. Here is a partial list of conditions caused by scarring of soft tissue:
  • carpal tunnel syndrome
  • Tendonosis
  • muscle spasms
  • trapped nerves
  • range of motion
  • contractures
  • neuromas
  • adhesions
  • back pain
  • shoulder pain
  • ankle pain
  • headaches
  • knee problems
  • tennis elbow
  • temporomandibular joint disorder
Medical Massage:Uses a specific technique to address a dysfunction or pathology. Treatment plan for insurance based treatment. Needs detailed documentation and requires that initial evaluation and progress notes be taken in the “SOAP” note format.
 
Swedish:Light relaxing massage strokes

Deep Tissue:Slow Medium to deep pressure to the muscles

Sports Injury:Combination of stretching and deep tissue

Active/Passive Stretches(CRAC,PFS,PIR):Form of assisted stretches

 
Kinesiology Tape: Stretchy athletic tape that gives support and stability to your joints and muscles without affecting circulation and range of motion. It is also used for Preventive Maintenance, Edema, and to treat pain.
 
 
Adhesion treatment:Use of tools to restore the correct texture, motion, and function of the muscles and soft tissue by removal of adhesions and scar tissue that result from acute or chronic injury, repetitive motion, pressure, or tension. By so doing the pain levels will be reduced and proper function will be restored.
 
Shiatsu:Shaking and rocking motion of the body

Reflexology:Specific points held on the body to relieve aliments/pain

Myofascial Release:Releasing tight fascia and muscles

Chair Massage:TherapeuticMassage seated in a special chair

Hydrotherapy:Use of hot/cold packs and water to benefit symptoms

Trigger Point:Specific point located in the muscle to help release muscle tension

 
 
 
 
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