How To Ease Upper Back And Neck Pain With Therapeutic Massage Therapy

In a nutshell, upper back and neck pain, the most common complaint I hear as a therapeutic massage therapist, is relieved by correcting unhealthy postural habits.

Sitting at a computer tends to result in heads going forward, shortening muscles in the front of the neck and chest.

Shoulder stabilizer muscles of the back become overstretched and weak, offering no support.

I correct this imbalance by stretching and strengthening specific muscles.

Testimonials

Gwen S. -formerly of New England



"Don't waste your money looking for a better massage! I have had massages from Hawaii to London and Toronto to Costa Rica and Joe is absolutely the best if you are looking for real pain relief. He knows anatomy and movement and his willingness to educate me on the details of every one of my problem areas and how to take care of myself to reduce pain recurrence is the kind of stuff you usually only get from physical therapists! I genuinely can't say enough good about this practice if you really need help and can appreciate quality stretching  and muscle work, it is your loss if you don't at least give him a try."


 
2013-12-20T00:07:24+00:00
I have had massages from Hawaii to London and Toronto to Costa Rica and Joe is absolutely the best if you are looking for real pain relief. He knows anatomy and movement and his willingness to educate me on the details of every one of my problem areas and how to take care of myself to reduce pain recurrence is the kind of stuff you usually only get from physical therapists!

ABMP

Associated Bodywork Massage Professionals
Joe Danna is a member of the Associated Bodywork Massage Professionals

Ask Joe about your pain!

(603) 233-3808 322 Amherst St. Nashua, NH 03063

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