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Highland Therapeutics takes a different approach to treatment. We are focused on seeing you as an individual with unique needs, so every session is different.
Traditional massage or therapies usually lock you into one style of treatment even if you have multiple wants or needs. We tailor each session for your needs that day.
This means we can do multiple modalities or treatments where needed for maximum benefits.
We book flat rate for time, not by modality of massage:
30 minute - $55
60 minutes - $70
90 minutes - $110
120 minutes - $140
Add on's are additional and range from $10-$35
Please contact if you'd like to incorporate add on's into a massage treatment or schedule individual therapies for a custom quote.
Deep Tissue Massage reaches deeper layers of muscles. It is used to break down knots and relieve pressure points throughout the body. This massage is beneficial for athletes and those who sit for long periods of time.
Sports massage includes different techniques that focus on manipulating the soft tissues of your body to correct imbalance caused by athletic performance.
In addition to your muscles, which you would expect to receive manipulation in an ordinary Swedish massage, sports massage focuses on fascia, which lines and connects all the structures in your body, and even tendons and ligaments.
Medical massage, otherwise know and Therapeutic massage, is a comprehensive method of soft tissue mobilization consisting of connective tissue massage (fascia mobilization), muscular mobilization, trigger point therapy (if trigger points exist), skin mobilization, and other components used to treat medical disorders or imbalances.
The goal of Swedish Massage is to melt away muscle tension and increase the blood flow to your heart. Swedish Massage is extremely therapeutic as it decreases muscle toxins, increases oxygen levels in the blood, and improves flexibility in the body.
Our Deep Moist Heat Therapy, uses a Hydrocollator Pack, which is a combination of bentonite clay and other natural fillings.
These bentonite clay packs applied externally are used to alleviate inflammatory pain, joint pain, arthritis, congestion, bruised tissue, and strains. They prepare tense areas for deep tissue, reduce muscle spasm, and are very therapeutic following muscle soreness from physical activity.
Hydrocollator packs are more effective for treating pain than electrical pads because moist heat relaxes muscles and nerves without drawing up moisture from the skin, so the affected area stays hydrated – this is important for a faster healing process.
Hydrocollator packs also increase blood flow by enlarging blood vessels below the surface relaxing the tissue, decreasing pain, and stimulating the healing process. Athletes with chronic pain or overuse injuries may use this heat therapy before exercise to increase the elasticity of joint connective tissues and to stimulate blood flow.
Reflexology is the application of pressure to areas on the feet (or the hands). Reflexology is generally relaxing and may help alleviate stress.
The theory behind reflexology is that areas of the foot correspond to organs and systems of the body. Pressure applied to the foot is believed to bring relaxation and healing to the corresponding area of the body.
Several studies indicate that reflexology may reduce pain and psychological symptoms, such as stress and anxiety, and enhance relaxation and sleep. Given that reflexology is also low risk, it can be a reasonable option if you're seeking relaxation and stress relief.
Instrument Assisted Soft Tissue Mobilization, or simply IASTM, also known as Gua Sha or Scraping.
Gua sha (pronounced gwahshah) is an ancient healing technique that originates from traditional East Asian Medicine practices.
Traditionally, Gua sha was used to move energy throughout the body.
Contemporary IASTM is primarily focused on the treatment of musculoskeletal injuries and conditions.
However, there is crossover between the two practices and the names are often used interchangeably.
Transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulation (TENS) is a therapy that uses low voltage electrical current to provide pain relief. A TENS unit consists of a battery-powered device that delivers electrical impulses through electrodes placed on the surface of your skin. The electrodes are placed at or near nerves where the pain is located or at trigger points.
TENS therapy has been used or is being studied to relieve both chronic (long lasting) and acute (short-term) pain.