- Reduce deep muscle tension & tightness
- Fight pain at the source - and win!
- Soothe away aches & pains naturally
- Enjoy relaxation & rejuvenation for body & mind
Expires on 01/23/2013.Limit 1 per customer, may purchase 2 additional as gifts. This voucher has no cash value. Cannot be combined with other offers. All services must be redeemed in 1 visit. By appointment only. Gratuity not included. 24hr cancellation policy in effect. New Clients Only Please. Includes Initial Medical Intake. Valid at Albany, Malta and Chatham locations.
When your back aches, your neck is sore and you just want the pain to go away, sometimes popping an aspirin just isn't the answer. Painkillers only mask the pain - target the problem at it's source without breaking the bank with today's deal for 59% off 1 Hour of Myofascial Release Massage from Good Medicine. The first visit will include an additional 15-minute medical intake as well as the hour of table time.
Bodywork is good medicine, and therapeutic massage may be exactly what the doctor ordered, saving you the expense of prescription painkillers, invasive procedures and repeat visits to a physician.
The owner and primary therapist of Good Medicine, Abi'l-Khayr, is a licensed massage therapist specializing in the unique healing art of myofascial release. This specialized style of bodywork releases holding patterns that restrict the free flow of energy in the body, promoting increased self-healing and deep relaxation.
As each client is unique, so is each session customized to best address the particular restrictions and points of tension of each individual. Myofascial bodywork produces profound relaxation, and is particularly effective in providing relief from chronic pain. Whether you have been diagnosed with Fibromyalgia, Carpal Tunnel, Sciatica, Frozen Shoulder or another version of chronic dis-ease -- or simply want a break from the ever-present strain and stress of daily life -- Abi'l-Khayr's myofascial bodywork provides rejuvenation and relaxation beyond what you would ever expect from an average massage.
So go ahead and fight pain at the source - and win - with a little help from Good Medicine.