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If you have any questions not answered on this page, please get in touch with me via phone or email.  I'm happy to answer any questions you may have.  Looking forward to hearing from you!


  • Is it necessary to schedule the Initial Consultation session when first signing up for a session?
    Yes. The reason for this is to ensure that we have the time to do a complete evaluation of your situation. This will include a comprehensive review of the information you include on your intake form, as well as several different physical exams that will locate areas of tension as well as assessing movement restrictions of the spine and extremities. All of this will help to make your treatment more efficient and cost effective.
  • What type of payment is accepted for your service?
    Payment can be made with cash, check, or major credit card including health care savings account cards.
  • What is the cost per session?
    The cost of the session is based on a flat rate of $60/hour. Please note that on May 15th of 2024, this rate will be adjusted to $80/hour.
  • Do you accept insurance?
    Receiving insurance reimbursement for massage care is quite limited. In most instances it is only possible in personal injury cases such as a motor vehicle accident, or with workmans compensation claims. If one of these situations applies to you and you wish to file a claim, let me know immediately so we can work together to make the process as smooth as possible.
  • How long will it take for me to feel better?
    Most people see and feel changes very quickly with the therapies provided at this office. Results are often noticeable even after the first session. However, everyone responds differently to treatment due to their own personal health and physical condition. Simply put, it is my mission to help you achieve your health care goals and to do so as quickly as possible.
  • Should I receive treatment from you while I am receiving other forms of treatment such as chiropractic care or physical therapy?
    Yes! The work I do here will not interfere with other forms of treatment. However, it is a good idea not to receive two forms of treatment on the same day. Your body needs time to adjust for each treatment it receives, so spacing your treatments will provide the best possible treatment results. One exception to this might be a chiropractor who requests soft tissue work to address tensions in area immediately prior to receiving an adjustment.
  • Will I need to undress for my treatment?
    No. Just wear loose fitting, comfortable clothing to your session.
  • Do you have forms to fill out?
    I do. Located below are links to my basic intake form. The Basic Intake Form needs to be filled out if you are a new client. Please download the form in the format you desire and fill it out before you arrive. This will save us some time during our initial visit. Basic Intake Form in PDF Basic Intake Form in Word
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