ReBalance Therapeutic Sports Massage & Bodywork specializes in sports injuries, chronic pain management, & postural syndromes caused by muscle imbalances.
What is a muscle imbalance?
Human movement & function requires a balance of muscle length & strength between opposing muscles surrounding a joint. Most musculoskeletal pain syndromes are caused by imbalances of these opposing muscles. This can either be caused by biomechanical repetitive use or a predisposition of movement patterns from birth. The two opposing muscles are characterized by Dr. Yanda as being either tight(tonic) or weak(phasic), and ultimately cause joint pain or soft tissue pain.
ReBalance Therapeutic Sports Massage & Bodywork targets these imbalances to help you reach your full potential. This is what sets it apart from the average massage experience.
I've also partnered with local Physical Therapists, Fitness Instructors & Chiropractors to further your success in recovery no matter what your goal.
Christine K.- Drawing from her expertise, wide range of training & athletic background, allows Tracy to customize each session to your unique circumstance & bring your body back into balance. She targets the pain using her personal style to facilitate rapid recovery.
Terry W.- Tracy is excellent! Not your "standard" massage. She anticipates my needs and often finds spots I didn't realize were bothering me. Rather than just concentrating on a "hotspot", she works on the whole body with emphasis on the areas that need more work. She is pleasant, explains what & why she is doing something
& has a quiet & comfortable location. She will go deep only where its needed (amazingly strong), & looks can be
deceiving. Go once...and you will return.
Conditions or Symptoms that could benefit from Rebalance Therapeutic Sports Massage
- releases muscle imbalances
- whip lash or neck pain
- Shoulder injury
- post surgery
- back pain
- pre-post athletic events
- scar tissue
- plantar fasciitis
- chronic postural pain
- increase ROM
- muscle soreness
- Thoracic Outlet Syndrome
- Piriformis Syndrome
- IT Band Syndrome
- Spinal Stenosis