Articles & Resources

Modalities

Treatment plans are customized just for youCombining elements of many techniques is the best way to create a customized plan that carefully targets your treatment and wellness goals. Treatment plans include suggestions for follow-up visits and exercises for you to do...

Benefits of Massage

Benefits of Massage Preventive maintenance for an overall feeling of wellbeing Relieves stress and tension Improves circulation of blood and lymph fluids, aiding removal of toxins Provides relief from painful muscle knots, cramps, spasms and stiffness Increases range...

PalmLeaf Difference

You get a full 60 minutes of treatment time, not 50 minutes like some places, and a full 90 minutes of treatment time, not 80 minutes. There’s no extra charge for deep tissue work or hot and cold packs when they’re needed for effective treatment. At your first...

FAQs

How often should I get a massage?For maintenance needs, once a month is typical for most people. People with chronic pain usually get a massage once a week until they experience relief. You and your therapist will discuss a treatment plan that includes the frequency...

Constipation and Massage Connection

Constipation     Sung to the tune of Alouette: Constipation, chronic constipationConstipation, a game we like to playSo we take some mineral oil*Gulp it down in one big swallowWait awhile—drop your pile When we were kids, my sisters and I thought that song was...

Love Your Veggies

    Love Your Veggies June is National Fruit and Vegetables Month and June 17 is National Eat your Veggies Day! If you learn about the health benefits of vegetables you may be more excited about eating your veggies. Read on for more tips about to help you...

Find your trigger foods

] Ingredients in foods and even foods themselves can sometimes trigger pain and inflammation including headaches, digestive issues and muscle and joint pain. For some people the problem may be a food allergy, for some a food intolerance. If you know you feel lousy...

Food affects hormones – say what?

Lots of people love to eat steaks, hamburgers and sausages but the majority of us don’t realize the affects these foods have on our body’s hormones and our health–long term and even short term. Nelson Campbell, T. Colin Campbell, PhD and State Representative Tom Riner...

Muscle Pain — Common Myofascial Perpetuating Factors

Have muscle pain? There are many factors that could be the reason why your pain or muscle problems began or why they won’t go away. Therapeutic massage can help alleviate muscle pains and knots (trigger points). PalmLeaf Massage Clinic helps clients determine the real...

Can I Use My Health Savings Account (HSA) for Therapeutic Massage

Yes. 🙂 Health Savings Accounts (HSA) are like personal savings accounts, but the money in them is used only for health care expenses, like deductibles and copays. Since the money you choose to deposit into your HSA is not taxed, and you (not your employer) control the...

Can I Use My Flexible Spending Account (FSA) for Therapeutic Massage

Yes. 🙂 If your employer offers the option of contributing to a Flexible Spending Account, this can become a valuable tool as you manage your health care expenses. You can choose how much to contribute per year usually broken into specific amounts per pay period....

Does medical insurance covers therapeutic massage?

Patients of PalmLeaf Massage can receive substantial health benefits from the services provided which include Myofascial Trigger Point Therapy and other medical/clinical massage modalities. Massage for wellness, therapeutic, and clinical can treat a variety of...

Articles & Resources

Modalities

Treatment plans are customized just for youCombining elements of many techniques is the best way to create a customized plan that carefully targets your treatment and wellness goals. Treatment plans include suggestions for follow-up visits and exercises for you to do...

Benefits of Massage

Benefits of Massage Preventive maintenance for an overall feeling of wellbeing Relieves stress and tension Improves circulation of blood and lymph fluids, aiding removal of toxins Provides relief from painful muscle knots, cramps, spasms and stiffness Increases range...

PalmLeaf Difference

You get a full 60 minutes of treatment time, not 50 minutes like some places, and a full 90 minutes of treatment time, not 80 minutes. There’s no extra charge for deep tissue work or hot and cold packs when they’re needed for effective treatment. At your first...

FAQs

How often should I get a massage?For maintenance needs, once a month is typical for most people. People with chronic pain usually get a massage once a week until they experience relief. You and your therapist will discuss a treatment plan that includes the frequency...

Constipation and Massage Connection

Constipation     Sung to the tune of Alouette: Constipation, chronic constipationConstipation, a game we like to playSo we take some mineral oil*Gulp it down in one big swallowWait awhile—drop your pile When we were kids, my sisters and I thought that song was...

Love Your Veggies

    Love Your Veggies June is National Fruit and Vegetables Month and June 17 is National Eat your Veggies Day! If you learn about the health benefits of vegetables you may be more excited about eating your veggies. Read on for more tips about to help you...

Find your trigger foods

] Ingredients in foods and even foods themselves can sometimes trigger pain and inflammation including headaches, digestive issues and muscle and joint pain. For some people the problem may be a food allergy, for some a food intolerance. If you know you feel lousy...

Food affects hormones – say what?

Lots of people love to eat steaks, hamburgers and sausages but the majority of us don’t realize the affects these foods have on our body’s hormones and our health–long term and even short term. Nelson Campbell, T. Colin Campbell, PhD and State Representative Tom Riner...

Muscle Pain — Common Myofascial Perpetuating Factors

Have muscle pain? There are many factors that could be the reason why your pain or muscle problems began or why they won’t go away. Therapeutic massage can help alleviate muscle pains and knots (trigger points). PalmLeaf Massage Clinic helps clients determine the real...

Can I Use My Health Savings Account (HSA) for Therapeutic Massage

Yes. 🙂 Health Savings Accounts (HSA) are like personal savings accounts, but the money in them is used only for health care expenses, like deductibles and copays. Since the money you choose to deposit into your HSA is not taxed, and you (not your employer) control the...

Can I Use My Flexible Spending Account (FSA) for Therapeutic Massage

Yes. 🙂 If your employer offers the option of contributing to a Flexible Spending Account, this can become a valuable tool as you manage your health care expenses. You can choose how much to contribute per year usually broken into specific amounts per pay period....

Does medical insurance covers therapeutic massage?

Patients of PalmLeaf Massage can receive substantial health benefits from the services provided which include Myofascial Trigger Point Therapy and other medical/clinical massage modalities. Massage for wellness, therapeutic, and clinical can treat a variety of...