WANT TO USE YOUR HSA/FSA FOR MASSAGE THERAPY?

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It’s the time of year for making a list and checking it twice. If one of the items on your list is to check the balance in your HSA or FSA and you discover a little extra, you might want to use some of those funds on a massage.

From stress and pain relief to better circulation, massage therapy offers many benefits that qualify as medical treatment, and massage is often covered by health insurance. But even if it’s not, it is still likely you can pay for your massage treatment out of your HSA or FSA, significantly
reducing your overall cost.

WHAT IS AN HSA/FSA?

A Health Savings Account (HSA) and a Flexible Spending Account (FSA) both refer to special type of savings accounts which allow you to use pre-tax dollars to cover a variety of expenses related to health, including prescriptions, copays, deductibles, and complementary treatments like massage therapy.

You open an HSA or FSA through your employer, and decide how much you want put into that account. This money goes directly into the HSA or FSA before taxes are taken out. Sometimes your employer may also contribute to your fund, but as is typical with anything that involves taxes, it’s important to read the fine print. If you have any questions, talk to your HR department to make sure you fully understand the ins and outs of the different kinds of medical expense savings accounts.

Whether you have an HSA or an FSA, you usually get a debit card to pay for qualifying expenses, although in some cases, you submit a receipt and get reimbursed. So long as you use your HSA or FSA for health-related expenses, you don’t pay income tax on that money.

WHY BOTHER WITH AN HSA OR FSA?

HSAs and FSAs offer many benefits, the biggest of which is saving you money. Also, while no one wants to think about being in an accident or having a major health problem, medical emergencies do happen, and so it can add to your peace of mind to have some money set aside in case of unforeseen health expenses.

WHAT’S THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN AN HSA AND AN FSA?

The main difference between the two accounts is that the balance in an HSA can be carried over from year to year, so if you don’t have much in the way of medical expenses one year, you can save up for the future. FSAs, on the other hand, need to be used by December 31st in the year in which they were saved. With FSAs, the amount you elect to set aside does not carry over into the new year.

So while HSAs and FSAs are not exactly the same thing, their differences don’t matter when it comes to using the funds to pay for your massage. But, if you have an FSA and currently have money remaining in your account, this is a great reason to book a massage.

HOW CAN I USE AN HSA/FSA TO COVER MY MASSAGE?

No matter whether you have an HSA or FSA, massage therapy is usually considered a legitimate medical expense by most insurance companies. Still, to be sure, check with your carrier or ask an HR representative at work because some plans do not cover massage, even with a doctor’s prescription. However, this is not common and most people encounter no difficulty paying for their massage with their HSA or FSA.

After your insurance company confirms that it does endorse massage therapy as medical treatment, call your primary care physician to ask about adding massage to your wellness or treatment plan. Many doctors are willing to provide the prescription through a simple call and do not require you to make an appointment. However, some may still want you to come in so that you can go over your reasons for requesting massage therapy. If you want any help, Dr. McClain who works with us can assist.

Whether or not your doctor wants to see you in person, s/he will probably want specifics about your symptoms. Massage therapy offers beneficial effects for a wide variety of conditions: back pain, stress, depression, anxiety, fibromyalgia, high blood pressure, arthritis, and poor circulation as a complication of diabetes are just some of the symptoms that can be alleviated by massage.

Not all doctors are aware of the benefits of massage and some may be resistant to alternative treatments, so go to your appointment prepared. You could mention specific massage modalities such as Swedish massage for stress-relief or to lower blood pressure, or neuromuscular therapy for back pain or migraines. If you know your doctor tends toward conventional treatment, you could even surf the web ahead of time and bring along a few case studies that demonstrate the value of massage therapy. Again, feel free to call us, as Dr. McClain works with us and is glad to assist.

For many insurance plans, a doctor’s prescription is needed in order for massage to qualify as a legitimate expense for an HSA or FSA.

The prescription must include the reason you are getting the massage. This might be an injury or medical condition. Just like with medication where a prescription might read ‘Take one pill morning and night,’ the massage prescription must state the number of sessions required per month. It could be once a month, biweekly or every week. If you plan to get regular massage, you may want to consider a membership as a way to save even more money. The prescription must also indicate the duration of treatment, perhaps 6 months or a year. It may also indicate the session length, such as a 30-, 60- or 90-minute treatment.

This may sound like a lot of work, but it’s usually not difficult to get a prescription for massage. Massage is so mainstream nowadays that many healthcare practitioners don’t even require a visit to write one up.

Once you have your prescription, all that’s left to to do is to book an appointment with a licensed massage therapist. Use your HSA or FSA debit card to pay for the session and you’re good to go! If you decide to sign up for a membership, you simply link your HSA/FSA debit card account, and then relax. The session fee will be automatically debited, one less thing for you to think about.

Remember that FSAs expire at the end of each calendar year, so if you’ve got some excess funds lying around, a massage is a great way to use them in a way that has a direct positive impact on your health.

HOW MUCH CAN I SAVE WITH AN HSA/FSA?

More than you might think. Each year, you can save 30-40% from your out-of-pocket expenses by paying for massage with your HSA or FSA. And if you sign up for a membership, you can save even more.

The normal rate for a 1-hour neuromuscular massage is $149, but it can cost as little as $79 for Massage Revolution members. Discounts apply to all our other massages as well. A 1-hour therapeutic massage, normally priced at $99, is only $59 for members. If you get massage regularly, that adds up to thousands in savings every year!

ANY OTHER TIPS FOR USING MY HSA/FSA FOR MASSAGE?

When you go to your doctor to ask for a prescription for massage, be honest about your reasons for seeking this type of treatment. Massage therapy can be a great way to improve your health, healing and overall wellbeing, so there is no need to invent injuries or illnesses. Dr. McClain again is happy to help.

Likewise, be sure to use your HSA/FSA only for massages that are covered by your prescription, and to keep good records for tax purposes. Massage therapy offers many health benefits, and an HSA or FSA can help keep your wallet healthy too.

SHOW YOUR GRATITUDE WITH TRIGGER POINT MASSAGE THERAPY

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Our bodies work hard every day. So many functions go on without our even really being aware
of what’s happening: the heart pumps, the stomach digests, synapses communicate, all without
our having to think about any of it.

We also put our bodies through a lot of abuse. We don’t always eat right, we spend too much
time in front of a screen and not enough outside getting exercise and fresh air. We ignore pain
because other things seem more important, or we tell ourselves we don’t have time to deal with
it right now. It seems like life just keeps getting busier, especially at this time of year. But just like
you take your car in for regular maintenance, you need to do the same for a much more
important machine: your body.

Relaxation massage is great, but it might not be enough if you’ve been feeling achy and sore for
a while. Or maybe you’ve got a killer crick in your neck and can barely turn it. These are signs
that a more intensive kind of tune-up is needed. Trigger points are a little-known phenomenon,
but they can cause big problems. Trigger point massage therapy works wonders on all the parts
that may have gotten neglected in our busy lives.

Trigger points in back muscles can cause a wide variety of aches and pains, from a typical stiff
low back to digestive woes, sciatic-type burning pain or even chest pain that feels a lot like a
heart attack. Trigger points in neck muscles can launch migraines, ear aches, and mimic things
like allergies, TMJ and other facial pain.

The mission of Massage Revolution’s Back and Neck Relief Center is to find and relieve your
trigger point pain. It doesn’t matter if you’ve been suffering for a few days or if your issue has
been a problem for decades. Our massage therapists are the best in the area and we’re here to
help release you from pain. Trigger point therapy and neuromuscular massage make the perfect
gift for just about anyone on your list — including yourself.

You Could Be A Candidate For Trigger Point Therapy Or Neuromuscular Massage For Trigger Point Pain !
FOR MORE INFORMATION CALL 310-798-4263 OR GO TO www.MassageRevolution.com

The Back & Neck Relief Center (Massage Revolution)
500 S. Sepulveda Blvd Suite 101
Manhattan Beach, CA 90266

TRIGGER POINT MASSAGE THERAPY CAN HELP YOU STEP BACK FROM THE LEDGE

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When people think of health problems, they usually think of sudden traumas that are like falling off a cliff: being in a car accident, a heart attack, or a bout with the flu. Not as many think of the slow decline that creeps up stealthy as a mugger, gradually draining your get-up-and-go. Even fewer people think of trigger points as being connected to pain and health problems. Plenty of people have never even heard of trigger points, but the fact is that trigger points are the culprit behind a lot of everyday aches and pains, and they can also mimic other health conditions, including a heart attack.

The good news in all this is that there is a natural solution to many of your health issues that doesn’t involve drugs or surgery. Trigger point therapy and neuromuscular massage can alleviate the pain that has been building up over the years, draining your energy and reducing your quality of life.

Trigger points are tricky things. They can be active, causing acute problems including back pain that stops you cold, or they can be latent and just give you a general feeling of the blahs. Trigger points in back muscles can cause things like digestive problems and sciatic-type pain, while trigger points in neck muscles can cause a killer migraine, sinus problems and jaw pain. Although sinus pain or headaches may not sound like serious issues, as the days, weeks and months add up and the pain persists, you may find you no longer have the energy to engage in activities you once enjoyed.

The therapists at Massage Revolution’s Back and Neck Relief Center are experts at finding —and more importantly relieving — your trigger point pain. Whether your problem is acute and you can barely move or your pain is more general and your energy level is suffering, we’re here to help. Step back from the edge and reclaim your health and vitality with trigger point therapy and neuromuscular massage

You Could Be A Candidate For Trigger Point Therapy Or Neuromuscular Massage For Trigger Point Pain !
FOR MORE INFORMATION CALL 310-798-4263 OR GO TO www.MassageRevolution.com

The Back & Neck Relief Center (Massage Revolution)
500 S. Sepulveda Blvd Suite 101
Manhattan Beach, CA 90266

CALL A CEASEFIRE ON YOUR BACK PAIN WITH TRIGGER POINT MASSAGE THERAPY

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Nobody wants to be in pain, that goes without saying, and yet so many of us are. Over 100 million Americans suffer from chronic pain, and one out of every 10 people has experienced pain that lasts more than 3 months. Pain can make you to miss out on activities you enjoy, disrupt your sleep, and even cause depression. In short, pain is serious business. Luckily, the massage therapists at Massage Revolution’s Back and Pain Relief Center are just as serious about freeing you from pain.

The most common place to feel pain is in the low back , followed by the neck and head. A lot of people don’t know where their pain comes from, or just assume that it’s due to stress or something else that is out of their control. Sad but true fact: two-thirds of chronic pain sufferers expect to have to put up with pain for the rest of their lives.

The good news is that it is possible to know the source of your pain, and better yet, relieve it. Trigger points in back and neck muscles are a frequent cause of pain in those areas, as well as elsewhere in the body. If you’re tired of popping pills, haven’t found them effective, or are looking for a natural solution to your pain, look no further. Neuromuscular massage can put an end to your pain, without resorting to drugs or surgery.

Trigger point therapy is a great way to hit the reset button and restore muscles to their natural, pain-free state, but we also want the effects to last. Many people are curious about what steps they can take to extend the benefits of a neuromuscular massage . One thing you can do is to watch your posture. Using correct posture is important whether you’re sitting at a desk, using your phone, or even working out. Speaking of sitting around looking at a screen, be sure to get up and move around from time to time to give your muscles a break from holding the same position. Strong core muscles go hand-in-hand with good posture. Doing exercises that strengthen the core will help you maintain good posture throughout the day. And don’t forget about diet. Processed foods can cause inflammation and aggravate trigger points .

But if you still need a helping hand, give Massage Revolution’s Back and Pain Relief Center a call. Our highly qualified massage therapists know how to find — and defuse — your trigger points , whether they be in the back, neck , or elsewhere on the body. Don’t suffer in silence. Call a ceasefire on your personal battle with pain and get back to living.

You Could Be A Candidate For Trigger Point Therapy Or Neuromuscular Massage For Trigger Point Pain !
FOR MORE INFORMATION CALL 310-798-4263 OR GO TO www.MassageRevolution.com

The Back & Neck Relief Center (Massage Revolution)
500 S. Sepulveda Blvd Suite 101
Manhattan Beach, CA 90266

FREE YOURSELF FROM MYOFASCIAL PAIN WITH TRIGGER POINT MASSAGE THERAPY

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Everyone knows what pain is, unfortunately. As for myofascial, ‘myo,’ means ‘muscle,’ and ‘fascia’ means connective tissue, in this case the tissue that surrounds your muscles. Fascia is continuous throughout the body. You can think of it as a really long roll of natural plastic wrap; it’s amazing stuff that holds everything together. But because fascia connects the entire body, tiny knots in the muscles known as trigger points can create pain far away from the source of the problem. This can make it difficult to determine where the issue is coming from. For example, trigger points in back or neck muscles might cause pain in the head, down the arms, in the hips or legs. Trigger points can also mimic other problems such as fibromyalgia, sciatica, TMJ or even really scary stuff like chest pain that makes you wonder if you’re having a heart attack. The good news is that neuromuscular massage was designed to treat myofascial pain, and best of all, trigger point therapy is natural, no drugs or surgery required.

A vast majority of Americans — more than 100 million — suffers from chronic pain. Unlike acute pain which lasts a relatively short amount of time, chronic pain goes on for weeks, months, or even years. The thing about acute pain, though, is that it sometimes becomes chronic. This is because when a muscle is hurt, overused or otherwise harmed, trigger points may form. The body is very good and tightening up to protect itself. Where it sometimes needs a little help is letting go once the danger is past. That’s where neuromuscular massage and trigger point therapy come in.

Your muscle pain probably matters to you, and it definitely matters to the massage therapists at Massage Revolution’s Back & Neck Relief Center. If conventional medicine has failed to treat your pain, give us a try. Neuromuscular massage is proven safe and effective to treat your trigger point pain. Although most of our clients experience amazing relief after a single session, many prefer to get regular treatments to keep their pain in check. There is no reason to suffer. Call us today.

You Could Be A Candidate For Trigger Point Therapy Or Neuromuscular Massage For Trigger Point Pain !
FOR MORE INFORMATION CALL 310-798-4263 OR GO TO www.MassageRevolution.com

The Back & Neck Relief Center (Massage Revolution)
500 S. Sepulveda Blvd Suite 101
Manhattan Beach, CA 90266

LOSE THE BACK PAIN WITH TRIGGER POINT MASSAGE THERAPY

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Got back pain? Studies show that some 80% of us will suffer from back pain at some point or other in our lives. But seeing as that’s most of us, this fact probably doesn’t come as a surprise. What you might not know is that research also shows that a whopping three-quarters of our pain is caused by trigger points. To be sure, things like herniated discs and arthritis could be the source of your back pain, as could a whole laundry list of other problems from kidney stones to scoliosis. But by and large, trigger points, which are tiny, extremely sensitive micro-cramps in your muscles, are most often to blame.

Trigger points in back and neck muscles, and really anywhere in the body, are usually the result of poor posture and/or overuse, such as work- or sports-related repetitive motions. Stress, nutritional deficiencies and environmental toxins can also cause trigger points. So can a car accident, a lumpy pillow or even an air conditioning vent blowing on your neck. So what? you might think. So, these little gremlins known as trigger points cause big problems, changing the way you sit, stand, and move. This in turn puts stress on your muscles, tendons and joints, and can add up to dysfunction throughout the body.

The bad news is that trigger points are not well-studied — or even understood — by the medical community. Doctors tend to prescribe medications or surgery to treat the symptoms, but these things rarely address the source of the problem. The good news is that neuromuscular massage and trigger point therapy can alleviate your trigger point pain, all without drugs or surgery.

The massage therapists at Massage Revolution’s Back & Neck Relief Center are the best in the business and have all received advanced training in finding and treating trigger points in back muscles, in neck muscles, or anywhere they appear on the body. Many of our clients experience amazing relief after a single session of trigger point massage, while others prefer to schedule regular appointments to keep on top of their triggers. Either way, there’s no need to suffer due to trigger point pain. What are you waiting for? Call and schedule your neuromuscular massage appointment today.

You Could Be A Candidate For Trigger Point Therapy Or Neuromuscular Massage For Trigger Point Pain !
FOR MORE INFORMATION CALL 310-798-4263 OR GO TO www.MassageRevolution.com

The Back & Neck Relief Center (Massage Revolution)
500 S. Sepulveda Blvd Suite 101
Manhattan Beach, CA 90266

Put A Stop To Your Pain With Trigger Point Massage Therapy

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Whether or not you subscribe to the “no pain, no gain” philosophy of exercise, this rule doesn’t apply when it comes to needless suffering due to trigger points in back or neck muscles. Trigger points are tiny cramps in your muscles that can appear as a result of injury, under or overuse, stress or poor posture. But there’s no reason to let that crick in your back interfere with your life. Trigger point therapy can relieve your pain without drugs or surgery, and often in just a single session.

Trigger points can cause a laundry list of symptoms, the most common being back pain. But trigger points in neck muscles can lead to more esoteric issues like ringing in the ears, dizziness, teeth grinding, or a sore throat. Other problems that are seemingly unrelated to muscles but are sometimes caused by trigger points in back muscles are diarrhea, irritable bowel, nausea and sciatica-type pain. Trigger points can even cause a fluttery heartbeat and make you feel like you’re having a heart attack.

For as much trouble as they cause, trigger points are poorly understood throughout the medical community. This is partly because muscle pain isn’t well researched, and also because trigger point pain mimics other issues that doctors are more familiar with treating. But if your runny nose is due to a trigger point, you can snort nasal spray all day long without ever getting closer to solving your problem. Even a seemingly minor complaint like a headache may cause you to say no to activities you’d really rather take part in, and missing out reduces your quality of life. This is where we come in.

At Massage Revolution’s Back and Neck Relief Center, our expert massage therapists treat all the signs and symptoms of trigger point pain. While it’s likely you’ll feel amazing relief after one session of neuromuscular massage or trigger point therapy , many of our clients choose to make regular appointments to keep their pain in check. Say goodbye to pain, and hello to a body that functions the way it was meant to.

You Could Be A Candidate For Trigger Point Therapy Or Neuromuscular Massage For Trigger Point Pain !
FOR MORE INFORMATION CALL 310-798-4263 OR GO TO www.MassageRevolution.com

The Back & Neck Relief Center (Massage Revolution)
500 S. Sepulveda Blvd Suite 101
Manhattan Beach, CA 90266

Solve The Mystery Of Your Pain With Trigger Point Massage Therapy

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“My back is killing me.”

If you’ve uttered this phrase or the thought has crossed your mind recently, you’re not alone. Pain is a serious problem. Somewhere between 50-100 million Americans suffer from some type of chronic pain, and about 25 million of those say they’re in pain on a daily basis. A whopping 80% of Americans will suffer from back pain at some point or other, and one out of every three adults say back pain has an impact on their everyday activities, including important stuff like sleep. The good news is that there is a drug-free, surgery-free way to get relief for your chronic back pain : trigger point massage .

While most of us have experienced back or neck pain, very few of us know what causes the problem. Stress, poor posture, a sedentary lifestyle, and injuries are common culprits, but a lesser known cause of back and neck pain are trigger points . Trigger points are tiny micro-cramps in the muscles. Sometimes, they’re a complication that happen following an injury. Other times, trigger points are the source of the problem. And plenty of times, they’re like the chicken-and-egg conundrum, a little bit of both.

Trigger points can cause pain anywhere, such as in back or neck muscles. This is called local pain, and it means you feel it right where the trigger point is located. Trigger points can also refer pain elsewhere, such as up into your head or down into your hips and legs. When you have a whole bunch of trigger points , this is called myofascial pain syndrome, or MPS.

Fibromyalgia is another common type of chronic pain. Some 10 million Americans have been diagnosed with the condition, but it is possible (and even probable) that the tender points doctors use to diagnose fibromyalgia may also be trigger points .

The massage therapists at Massage Revolution’s Back & Neck Relief Center are experts at unraveling the mystery of trigger point pain . Because chronic pain is, well, chronic, many of our customers prefer to come for regular appointments, but you can experience amazing relief after just a single session. Trigger point therapy and neuromuscular massage might just be the piece of the puzzle you’ve been missing to solve the mystery of your chronic pain.

You Could Be A Candidate For Trigger Point Therapy Or Neuromuscular Massage For Trigger Point Pain !
FOR MORE INFORMATION CALL 310-798-4263 OR GO TO www.MassageRevolution.com

The Back & Neck Relief Center (Massage Revolution)
500 S. Sepulveda Blvd Suite 101
Manhattan Beach, CA 90266

First Things First —relieve Your Pain With Trigger Point Massage Therapy

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Trigger points are small but incredibly sensitive areas in your muscles that can cause intense pain in neck and back muscles, or anywhere in the body. A primary or central trigger point might be the result of an injury, repetitive stress or even happen due to oddball circumstances, such as having an air conditioning vent blowing on you all day long. If you’ve tried pain killers, muscle relaxants and other common treatments for your pain without success, read on. Neuromuscular massage and trigger point therapy can provide the relief you’re looking for, all without drugs or surgery.

Trigger point pain can take on a surprising number forms. Besides the all-too-common nagging pain in neck and low back muscles, trigger points can cause wide-spread stiffness, tingling or a dull ache that makes the day drag. They might show up as a headache, sciatica, carpel tunnel or tendonitis. Trigger points can also hit you with intense zingers that leaves you breathless.

But while injury, accidents, poor posture, and under- or overuse can cause a trigger point to develop, it doesn’t always stop there. Satellite trigger points often pop up near the primary one, and sometimes secondary trigger points can also appear. A secondary trigger point usually happens as a result of compensating for the original problem. So for example, if you have a sedentary job, primary trigger points can develop in low back muscles from sitting in the same posture for hours on end, and secondary points can spring up in the hip flexors and thighs due to shortening of the muscles from disuse, aka, atrophy. Looking at your phone or computer screen for long periods of time can cause ‘text neck,’ and often results in painful trigger points in neck muscles that can shoot up into the head or down the arms as the muscles in your neck strain to hold up that head that weighs as much as a bowling ball.

The therapists at Massage Revolution’s Back & Neck Relief Center are all certified in neuromuscular massage and trigger point therapy . We’re pros at finding all your trigger points , whether primary, secondary, satellite or any other kind, and you’ll likely feel incredible relief after a single session. Sound too good to be true? It isn’t. Trigger point massage is just plain old good.

Neuromuscular Massage Or Trigger Point Therapy May Be The
Solution For Your Pain !

FOR MORE INFORMATION CALL 310-798-4263 OR GO TO www.MassageRevolution.com

The Back & Neck Relief Center (Massage Revolution)
500 S. Sepulveda Blvd Suite 101
Manhattan Beach, CA 90266

Not A Fan Of Knots? Try Trigger Point Massage Therapy

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Massage Revolution - Trigger Point Massage TherapyWhile people often say they have a knot in their muscle, the muscle fibers are not actually twisted and looped together. These knots are often trigger points, or tiny spasms in your muscles. Some people only have a few, while others have dozens. Some may be inactive, but when they become active, the pain can make it hard to think about anything else. Trigger point therapy can help release those knots and relieve your pain.

While active trigger points definitely make themselves known, they can be tricky little gremlins. You may feel pain at the site of the trigger point, or you might feel it elsewhere. The pain can be scattered almost like buckshot, and the path the pain follows can be unexpected and complicated. Trigger points in low back muscles can cause pain in the hips, thighs, or even in your stomach, while trigger points in neck muscles can send pain shooting up into your head, down your arms, or both. Trigger points can mimic other issues, such as headaches, sinus problems, sciatica, and seemingly unrelated ailments like digestive problems.

The pain of active trigger points can feel sharp, but it can also feel hot, cold, tingly, or numb, amongst other things. But don’t be fooled by inactive or latent trigger points. They aren’t necessarily innocent bystanders. While they may not cause intense pain, then can cause the muscles to feel stiff and sore, and their potential to become active is still there, lying in wait like a coiled snake, ready to strike at any time.

Neuromuscular massage was developed to designed to relieve trigger point pain, whether active or latent, and it often works in a single session. The therapists at Massage Revolution’s Back and Neck Relief Center are all specially trained in trigger point therapy. We’re definitely not fans of knots and we want to help free you from your trigger point pain, whether it be in the low back, neck, or elsewhere. Come see us and let us turn you into fans of neuromuscular massage.

UNRAVEL YOUR TRIGGER POINT PAIN WITH NEUROMUSCULAR MASSAGE!
FOR MORE INFORMATION CALL 310-798-4263 OR GO TO www.MassageRevolution.com

The Back & Neck Relief Center (Massage Revolution)
500 S. Sepulveda Blvd Suite 101
Manhattan Beach, CA 90266