Pain Management Massage Therapy - Luke Esquivel, C.M.T.

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Hello, I'm Luke Esquivel, C.M.T. a certified massage therapist specializing in pain management and if you're looking for REAL Therapeutic Massage for your aches and pains and a healthier you - you've come to the right place. I am a specialized massage therapist who is committed to helping improve your quality of life.
>Reputable and Trustworthy<
$25.00 off first session
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Gift Cards Available
Specializing in:
Migraine Headaches
Low Back Pain
Neck/Shoulder Pain
Muscle Soreness/Strain
Limited Muscle Mobility
Chronic Muscle Pain
 Have a Professional & Knowledgeable Certified Therapist Help You Improve Your Work Performance & Your Quality Of Life
30 Minutes- $50.00
60 Minutes- $100.00
90 Minutes- $135.00

Senior Citizen: $80/Hour
(65 Years+)

Pain Management Massage Therapy
How can it help you?
Accidents, repetitive actions and everyday stresses can cause problems that sometimes seem to take up permanent residence in our bodies.  If tension, pain or restricted movement keep you from living the life you want, massage can help.  A gentle, effective therapy, massage can relieve pain and help heal certain conditions and prevent their return.
Massage, your ally in health
Research shows that massage decreases muscle tension, increases circulation, and calms the nervous system. The result is a cascade or physical and mental benefits that can help alleviate a wide variety of conditions.
Massage Therapy is one of the best known antidotes for stress.  Reducing stress gives you more energy, improves your outlook, and has even been shown to reduce the likelihood or injury and illness.  It can also relieve symptoms of conditions aggravated by stress such as asthma or insomnia, and provide excellent support for people in counseling.
Tight and painful muscles
Massage can stretch and knead away muscle tension in anything from a short-term muscle cramp to a habitually clenched jaw or tight shoulders.  In addition, massage works gently on the nervous system, sending a message to muscles throughout your body to let go and relax.
Post-exercise soreness
After vigorous exercise, a build-up of waste products as well as microscopic tears in your muscles can leave you feeling tired and sore.  Massage improves circulation, cleansing tissues or irritating wastes, and bringing in oxygen and nutrients to relieve pain and speed recovery.
Pain or tingling in your arms or legs
Muscles can become so contracted that they press on nerves to the arms, hands or legs, causing pain or tingling.  If this happens, a massage to release muscle spasms in the neck, shoulder or hip can bring relief.
Massage can help heal injuries such as tendinitis, ligament sprains, or muscle strains.  It reduces swelling and inflammation by helping to remove wastes and bring healing nutrition to injured cells.  In addition, certain techniques can make old scar tissue more pliable and in new injuries, limits its formation.
Secondary pain
Massage can relieve secondary pain that may accompany and even outlast its original cause.  Some examples are headaches from eyestrain, backache during pregnancy, or the protective tensing or healthy muscles around an injury.
Injury prevention
By relieving chronic tension, massage can help prevent injuries that might be caused by stressing unbalanced muscle groups, or by favoring or forcing a tight, painful area.
Pain or restriction in joints
Massage releases tight muscles that restrict join movement.  It also increases circulation to the joints, which can improve their general health and natural lubrication, and relieve pain from conditions such as arthritis.
Fluid retention
Massage and the resulting increased circulation helps drain your tissues or excess fluid caused by recent injury, surgery or pregnancy.
Postural problems
Massage releases restrictions in muscles, joints, and surrounding connective tissue coverings (called fascia).  This frees your body to return to a more natural posture.  Massage can also relieve the contracted muscles and pain caused by abnormal spine curvatures such as scoliosis.
The ill effects of restricted activity
When you are forced to limit physical activity because of injury, surgery, paralysis or even normal aging, massage can relieve general aches and pains and improve your sense or vitality and alertness.
How will massage feel?
Massage on normal tissue is almost always pleasant.  In an area or an injury or chronic pain, massage may at first cause some discomfort which usually subsides quickly.  Your therapist knows ways to minimize pain without sacrificing effectiveness.  Tell your massage therapist if you feel any discomfort so she or he can adjust the approach.
Is massage always appropriate?
Because there are some conditions for which massage is not appropriate, inform your massage therapist of even minor problems.  Also be aware that some conditions require ongoing communication between your therapist and primary health practitioner.
Why Therapeutic Massage?
Some benefits to therapeutic massage are:
  • Increased relaxation
  • Decreased aches and pains
  • Increased circulation
  • Decreased anxiety and stress
  • Increased sense of well being
  • Decreased muscle tightness
  • Increased body awareness (“Wow, I didn’t even know I was sore there”)
  • Increased joint range-of-motion and flexibility (“Wow, I can move my arm a lot farther now”)
  • Massage therapy can even increase/ improve work productivity
  • In some cases, decrease severe and frequent headaches (Like those ones behind the eyes and at the back of the skull)
  • There are even some studies to suggest that massage can help with depression
And those are just some of the benefits of therapeutic massage!
Did you know?
Did you know that you can reap greater benefits from regular massage therapy than just random visits every couple of months?  Therapeutic massage is like changing the oil in your car, you have to do it regularly or a real problem can occur.  We do regular maintenance on our possessions to keep them up, but too often we neglect ourselves, or put our own needs “on the back burner.”  Then you find yourself wondering why you have “knots” in your back, neck, and/or shoulders, etc.  All living creatures need to take care of themselves or be taken care of by someone else.  Shouldn’t you?
Sessions Are Customized for each Individual Clients Needs Using Tools from Modalities Such As:
  • Swedish Massage
  • Deep Tissue Massage
  • Sports Massage
  • Tai Massage
  • Accupressure
  • Myofascial Massage Therapy
Other Services:
  • Chair massage for those who cannot lay down
  • Prenatal Massage for expectant mothers

Other Partners in Healing
Chinese Medicine Bodywork
Chiropractic Care


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