Robert has been working as an orthopedic massage practitioner since 2011, specializing in chronic pain conditions, old injuries, and the aches of day-to-day life. Through a combination of massage techniques and analysis of your body's individual needs, each session is tailored to meet your goals. If it is a problem rooted in the muscles or fascia of the body, from a nagging shoulder pain, to being able to finally lift your arm over your head again, or simply relaxing the worries of the day away, Robert can feel where an how muscles and fascia have become stuck and how to go about freeing them up.Read Robert's reviews on Yelp
This style of massage is about analyzing and understanding what causes a given injury or condition. Be it knots and restrictions from bad posture or limitations brought on by an injury. Working to determine the cause and then approaching it with the appropriate type of massage therapy is the heart of orthopedic massage.
This style excels at unsticking gummed up muscles that feel more like rock than tissue. It is a slow deep techniques that doesn't use any oil so as to allow the practitioner to sink into and move through the tissue directly. The goal of myofascial release is to break up the fine collagen filaments that the body lays down in order to "shore up" or restrict an area in response to poor posture, injury and good old day to day life.
Massage packages can be broken up time wise however you see fit.
Refer a friend: Refer a friend and each of you receives $10 off your next massage.
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Please provide 24 hours notice for cancellations or a half fee for the missed session will be charged.
-By Appointment Only-
Tuesday to Thursday 10am-8pm
2000 Mass Ave. - Suite 3
Cambridge, MA 02140
Located on the second floor and down the hall to the right. Immediately right of the restrooms. The door to the second floor opens to Mass Ave and is about halfway down the building. There is a green plastic mail box on the wall next to it and 2000 Mass Ave above the door.