Freedom of movement is part of our mission at NP. We encourage our clients to “move well and move often.” That’s why we’re practitioners and proponents of movement and massage therapy. These two therapies are major components in the body work process. This process uses movement and massage therapy to assist clients in reaching movement goals, addressing pain, and recovering from injury.
All new clients are required to have an assessment to provide information about which health and wellness areas require improvement, change or continuation of behavior. Assessments will include manual therapy.
A Movement Assessment is used to understand the client's body and functional movement patterns. This assessment can identify limiting factors or dysfunctions that are hindering movement or causing pain. The assessment also provides the needed information to create a plan of action, helping the client move out of pain or restricted movement and into improved functional movement patterns. Each assessment is tailored to meet the client’s needs. A Movement Therapy Assessment includes:
This session focuses on addressing concerns detected during the movement assessment with the priority of helping clients reach their movement goal(s). Movement Therapy sessions tackle problematic areas as well as provide preventive care to keep your body from developing an injury from daily activities. The session utilizes a variety of modalities and techniques including but not limited to:
*Only 45 min sessions can be booked in-home.
Enjoy a massage at our facility or in the comfort of your own home. Choose the duration and let us know the purpose for your massage. You can select a specific type of massage or enjoy a combo, allowing your therapist to choose what is right for you.
*Description listed in Movement Therapy Session
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