Massage is an Important Part of an Integrative Wellness Program
There are many reasons to book a healing massage today. Massage is often thought of as pampering, but the therapeutic benefits cannot be denied. Studies show that massage reduces pain, improves sleep, aids patients in getting through cancer treatments, increases motion and flexibility, helps to avoid colds and flus, often alleviates headache, and can ease the symptoms of depression and anxiety.
Stress Reduction with Healing Massage
Massage not only lowers your stress level, it reduces cortisol levels. Cortisol is hormone that can reek havoc on your body if you are constantly stressed. Elevated cortisol can lead to blood sugar issues, weight gain, suppression of the immune system, stomach and intestinal problems, and heart disease.
Massage Therapy for Pain Management
Recent studies indicate that massage is strongly indicated for pain management. More than eighty percent of doctor visits are for chronic and acute pain complaints. Massage is often an important part of an integrative pain management program.
How Does Massage Combat Illness?
It has been proven that regular massage boosts the immune system. Swedish massage studies have shown an increase in white blood cells that combat illnesses such as colds and flus. Studies have also indicate that massage can significantly increase natural killer cells that fight early stages of breast cancer.
Massage therapists that are properly licensed and trained can be relied on to develop a massage therapy plan to meet individual needs and can coordinate work with doctors, acupuncturists, and other health professionals. Many modalities are often combined to treat conditions and may include Swedish massage, deep tissue massage, neuromuscular therapy, structural integration, joint mobilization, and myofascial release.
The AMTA and other professional organizations list qualified massage therapists in your area.
Scientific studies have proven that Ozone Therapy can eliminate and deactivate viruses, molds, bacterias, and even cancer cells.
What is Ozone?
Pure oxygen is made up of two molecules of oxygen. Ozone is a form of oxygen that has three molecules of oxygen and is completely different than O2. It is a powerful oxidizer which makes it so valuable in medical treatments, water purification, and air purification.
Oxidative stress occurs when the body has an overload of free radicals that the body can’t counteract with antioxidant defenses. When the ozone enters the bloodstream, it interacts with the blood creating hydroxyperoxides. Hydroxyperoxides only affect and destroy unhealthy cells, bacterias and viruses, leaving healthy cells in tact.
How to get Ozone into Your Body
Ozonated Saunas (your pores open in the warm sauna, and O3 gets into the body through the skin; while in the sauna, your head is out so you don’t breathe in the O3)
Ozonated Drinking Water
Rectal or Vaginal Insufflations (O3 can be introduced into the body through a catheter… it goes into the bloodstream quickly with this method)
What can Ozone Therapy do for Me?
Ozone boosts the immune system and increases oxygen levels in your tissues and cells. It also kills bacterias and viruses, gives more energy to your cells, and decreases oxidative stress.
Ozone has been shown to be effective in treating herpes, arthritis, candida, fungus, Epstein-Barr virus, cancer cells and so much more! Doctors in Germany have been treating Alzheimer’s Disease, Parkinson’s Disease, Multiple Sclerosis, and other nervous system disorders with O3.
There are many reasons for low oxygenation levels in the blood including shallow breathing, polluted air, sedentary lifestyle, and poor posture. Doctors and centers that are using ozone in their practices can be found online, along with other powerful oxygen therapies.
Booking your appointment is quick and convenient. Simply click here to book onlineor give us a call at 970.472.0995 to speak with our friendly scheduling consultant who will assist you in securing your preferred time slot.
Finding our wellness center is easy. If you are coming from College Avenue, drive west on Mulberry Street. Crossover Mason Street and the train tracks. We are located on the right in the Carriage House Complex. It’s easiest to come into our parking lot off of Mulberry Street, right past a business called Brendle and before you get to Howes Street.
We look forward to hearing from you and helping you embark on your wellness journey. Contact us today to schedule your appointment and experience the transformative benefits of our services.