Our office is located just west of North and Harlem Avenues on the north side of the street in the Cameo building in Elmwood Park, IL. I have been working with Dr. Michael Heatwole at River Forest Chiropractic since 2010. Chiropractic treatments are not required to receive a therapeutic massage. However, both are complimentary to each other.
I perform various massage techniques and utilize moist heat, hot stones with analgesic oils and creams in order to help relax and manipulate the muscles an other soft tissues of the body in order to relieve pain, help heal injuries, improve circulation, relieve stress, increase relaxation, and aid in the general over all wellness. Each treatment is personalized to your specific needs and comfortablility.
The most enjoyable part of my job is helping people improve their quality of life.
Because she was great
She is an incredibly skilled massuse and a wonderful person
She worked on the the areas of my Lower Back that I was having problems with and it help to relieve some of the pain.. She is very good at what she does and I do recommend her. I was recommended to her by my pcp too. Will continue to do business.
She is very thorough with her work and really cares about her clients.I would recommend her to my friends and family.
Patient arrives 15 minutes early for paper work, paperwork is reviewed, patients history of accidents, injuries, treatments and current conditions are discussed. Patient is assessed while receiving treatment and plan of treatment is discussed and decided on.
Therapeutic Massage Certificate
Illinois Licensed Massage Therapist
- Medical, Shiatsu, Thai, Prenatal, Infant, Fibromyalgia, Arthritis, Sports, Myofascial are a few to list.
New patients 1st One Hour Massage is $50, when you mention the special. Other prices please contact the office.
I began working in the Alternative Healthcare field in July 1997 and still going strong!
I have worked with all ages and ethnicities. From infants suffering with colic, athletic teens with tight or imbalanced muscles to adults and elderly with chronic pain and acute injuries.
Make sure your therapist is licensed and displays their state license in plain site. Don't hesitate to ask any question you may have regarding your treatment. If you do not understand, ask them to clearify the explanation so that you can understand. Never be embarrassed to ask questions. Always give feedback during your treatment in regards to pressure. Your treatment should be enjoyable and relaxing not painful.