Location: Dublin/Upper Arlington
Hours: Mon: 10:30am -9:00pm, Wed & Thur: 10:30am-9:00pm, Fri: 10:30am-8:00pm, Sat: 7:00am-7:00 pm
Hours: Tue & Wed: By appointment only, Thursday: 10:30am-7:00pm
The inter-connectivity of the body is one of the things that makes massage therapy an excellent form of alternative physical health maintenance and healing. A specialist learns the various “pressure points” that when stimulated can have positive effects in another part of the body.
However, that inter connectivity has a dark side. If a part of the human musculature becomes injured or over stressed, it can become a trigger point which leads to discomfort in other parts of the body; this is called referred pain. For instance, it’s not uncommon for a muscle constriction in your back or shoulder to trigger a shooting pain in your arm or to cause a headache.
The massage professionals at Sean’s Massage Center are trained in Myofascial Therapy, which focuses on muscle tissue and includes trigger-point massage therapy. Their accumulated training and experience allows them to work with clients suffering from the effects of trigger points.
The clients at Sean’s Massage Center are immersed into an atmosphere of healing and comfort the moment they enter the clinic. Before the actual trigger-point therapy begins, soothing music is played overhead to encourage the ambience of relaxation as you lay down on one of our warmed massage tables. Then we begin by gently rubbing a therapeutic blend of Aveda oils onto your skin to further aid in the relaxation.
When the professionals at Sean’s Massage Center apply trigger point therapy, they focus on the cause. One common technique is applying pressure to the knotted muscle directly, kneading the affected are with their fingers. On the other hand, the massage specialist might create the rubbing motion using an object, like a tennis ball or a bulbous cup (another massage technique called cupping).
The overall purpose is to increase the blood flow to the affected area, relaxing the knotted (constricted) muscle tissue. Often, a single session will relieve the problem; sometimes multiple sessions are required.
Appointments and Cancellations
We have two convenient locations in the Columbus, Ohio area – Dublin, Upper Arlington and Pickerington. To schedule a trigger-point therapy session, call the clinic at (614) 327-4338, or click on the “Appointment” tab at our website, http://www.seansmassagecenter.com/. Sean’s Massage Center offers a number of massage treatments that you can take advantage of.
If you must cancel an appointment, please call at least 24 hours before the scheduled time, if possible. We realize sometimes unforeseen circumstances can arise and are willing to work with you.
Sean McGrath, LMT, NMT.:
Sean McGrath of Sean’s Massage Center received his Licensed Massage Therapist (LMT) certification on January 16, 1998. He attended the Central Ohio School of Massage in Columbus then moved on to complete a 670-hour series of courses in anatomy, physiology, and hygiene. Now, he is a proud member of The National Honor Society and The American Massage Therapy Association (AMTA).
With more than 200 hours of training completed in Advanced Myofascial Therapy/ Deep Tissue/Trigger Point, Lastone Therapy, he earned his certification as a Lastone Therapist. Sean has built an impressive list of clientele. As part of his years of hands-on professional experience, he has administered massages for members of the NBA Cleveland Cavaliers and Sports Medicine Grant & Orthopedic Associates.
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