Massage therapy services are valuable for several pain formats, including those who suffer from headaches. Here are some basics to understand.Read More
At Jenna Baker LMT, we can help all varieties of patients with neck pain issues. Here are common causes of neck pain and tips for staving it off.Read More
Inflammation is the body’s response to cellular damage, and massage therapy can help limit its uncomfortable symptoms. Here are some basics.Read More
When you visit Jenna Baker LMT, you have several massage options. Here’s how massage can benefit those dealing with high stress levels.Read More
At Jenna Baker LMT, we encourage our clients to utilize meditation during massage to heighten relaxation. Here are some basic tips.Read More
For expecting mothers, pregnancy is both a joy and a physical stress simultaneously.Read More
At the offices of Jenna Baker LMT, we can help you manage and relieve shoulder pain. Here’s how massage therapy can help.Read More
The right massage therapist will utilizes the best techniques for your body, and will work with your body rather than against it.Read More
The hips are vital central points in the body, structural supports that provide balance and coordination for several other important muscles and areas.Read More
Around 2.5 million Americans experience a rear-end collision every year making this the most common type of car accident. Of those 2.5 million 20 percent suffer from whiplash injuries.Read More
Maybe the single largest bodily state associated with massage therapy? Relaxation.Read More
Approximately 45 million Americans complain of headaches every year. That means 1 out of every 6 people are affected yearly by headaches.Read More
Timing is everything when you are scheduling your massage. Massage can either stimulate or calm the nervous system, so decide what it is you are looking for.Read More
A Trigger Point is a firm, painful and tender point in the muscle fiber & fascia. It can be classified as highly sensitiveRead More
What is the Myofascial system?
Consists of connective tissues such as ligaments, tendons, fascia, muscle fibers, muscle bundles and periosteum.