Muscle pain? I can help!
If you are here, you may be suffering from a recent injury or one that will not get better. Maybe your doctor recommended that you get a massage to help you with those “very tight muscles”. Or perhaps you have lived with pain for so long and no one can find what is wrong. Perhaps you have run the gamut of x-rays, MRI’s, MD and DO appointments, Physical Therapy and nothing is really helping.
My work is a little different from most. It is work that focuses on relieving pain and discomfort. If you have headaches, we work to eliminate them. If you have whiplash, we work to restore balance to the muscles involved in your injury. If you hurt yourself at work, I address the muscles involved in that injury. If you type for a living and find that you can barely hold your coffee cup anymore, we work to restore your strength.
I know muscles. And I can help.
After one session you will feel a change. And a day or two later you may see a difference. If it involves muscles, you will be relieved. I am not saying I can fix you in an hour, but I can say I may be able to get you headed in the right direction, toward healing, and together we can get you out of pain using neuromuscular massage where you have not used this technique before. This work brings hope.
If you wish to speak with me about receiving a massage, or if you have a question about neuromuscular massage and your specific needs, please feel free to email or call me.
I understand how muscles work. And if you have lived with chronic pain I may be able to bring you some hope.
If it involves muscles, I can help.
Anita Smith – LMT
Licensed Massage Therapist
I am from the West and my husband and I live in Searsport, Maine. We love to create gardens and beautiful spaces.
I am a Graduate of the awesome school Healing Arts Institute in Fort Collins, Colorado hai-colo.com.
I practice Massage Therapy in the greater Belfast, Maine Area. (Belfast, Camden, Rockport, Rockland, Bucksport, Searsport.)
This unique school focused on Neuromuscular Massage, rehabilitation and therapy of soft tissues and intense knowledge of human anatomy rather than relaxation or “spa” massage (which has it’s benefits as well). I am constantly engaged in continuing education in my field.
I accept Workers Comp injuries and self pay.
Now is a good time to get that massage you have been aching for. Give me a call and let’s make it happen!
Get in touch to start on your path to wellness.