Feels Good to be Alive
More than using a limited technique or two, my work at Massage Mosaic in AUSTIN, Texas includes assessing, observing, testing, hearing, and caring for you. I take a serious approach to aiding your body’s rehabilitation and reconditioning.
I usually begin with evaluating your the range of motion, the flexibility of your body, and mapping your condition. After this, I create a treatment and rehabilitation plan based on your body’s needs.
As I focus on providing therapeutic and orthopedic massage I also perform other types of massage techniques like:
for flexible muscle fibers,having more than 630 muscles in your body we ll find so work
Classic effleurage, petrissage, friction, tapotement, shaking, and vibration are the foundations for treating soft tissue, reducing pain, joint stiffness, and muscle function. My technique is thorough and focused on relieving you from pain or stress.
A collection of Muscle Energy Techniques (MET), sports massage utilizes client’s active range of motion through isotonic and isometric contractions. .
I use my personal experience to perform pre- and post-event massage techniques. Through objective and subjective observation, I can recommend a course of action as to how you can alleviate your pain.
Medical Massage: where the therapist communicate with your doctor
- the anatomy and physiology of the skeletal-muscular system
-study of the pathology of the skeletal-muscular system
-be able to assess client range of motion and improvement after therapy
-be able to determine contraindications for treatment and medical necessity for referral
-be able to design a treatment plan
-design a client self care plan and remedial exercises
- participate as part of a health care team for client rehabilitation
After each session, I will provide you with an attentive follow-up. Then, I will create a rehabilitation exercise plan specifically designed for your case.
Patient Information Form
I want to know what you are experiencing, so I can serve you better. Please download and fill out the Patient Information Form before the session.