Balanced Therapeutics, LLC

Balanced Therapeutics, LLC

5.0(3 reviews)


At Balanced Therapeutics, we provide a customized experience for each client in order to target their areas of concern. Combined, our Theraptists have nearly 30 years experience. Our business has been serving the Downriver are since 2012 and we offer a wide variety of services from facials and body treatments, to Medical Massage Therapy.

Personally, I enjoy making a difference in peoples lives. I enjoy the fact that someone can come to me in discomfort or pain and they leave my office feeling better than they did when they initially came in. It's very fulfilling.


4 employees
11 years in business
Serves Riverview, MI

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Lynnette A.

I love it here! Excellent customer service! Beautiful, calming office. Wonderful staff that care about your needs. The staff is very friendly and helpful with scheduling. This office goes above and beyond to help you.
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July 12, 2017

Dana R.

I saw Lindsey just yesterday for a massage. Im 36 weeks pregnant and could not lay on my belly and still walked out feeling like a million bucks. She took her time and made adjustments to make me comfortable. I would never go anywhere else.
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July 12, 2017

Crystal E.

Lindsey is a great massage therapist. I always feel awesome after i see her. She and her staff are high class quality with reasonable pricing.
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July 12, 2017

Frequently asked questions

We begin each appointment with a simple Q and A so we have a better understanding about the areas of concern for the client. This then gives us a better understanding of how to proceed with treatment, in turn, helping us optimize the amount of relief the client will experience. 

Combined, our four Therapists have nearly 30 years of experience in a wide variety if modalities ranging from simple relaxation massage, to more intricate, medically-based modalities. Chances are, no matter the type of massage you're looking for, we've got the massage for you. 

Our prices vary by length of the appointment as well as the service you schedule. 

I got into this field in 2006, as a college sophmore, trying to figure out what I wanted to do with my life. Three weeks into the Massage Therapy program, I completely fell in love with it and have never looked back. After years of working for others, I decided 2012 that it was time to go out on my own and open my own business. What started out as a solo gig, renting space from a local law office, has turned into a small operation, with four Therapists and our very own store front.

We have worked with all types of clients. Everyone from the stressed out parent who is seeking a 1 hour vacation, to clients such as Veterans and Motor Vehicle Accident patients who are seeking pain management. No two clients are alike and we have worked with them all!

Not too long ago, a gentleman came to me seeking pain relief for his back, after a botched surgery, following a Motor Vehicle Accident. He had been walking with a cane for some time and was unable to stand completely upright. After his first session, he was standing much straighter, felt better and exclaimed that he was "ready to ditch the cane". I chuckled and advised against "ditching the cane" until further notice but, the fact that he was feeling that much better, really made me feel great.

Hire a Therapist based on your specific needs. Find out what their training and experience is. If you need more Therapeutic or Medically-Based work, make sure the Therapist has experience with that. There is nothing worse than needing specific, targeted work and receiving a generalized, relaxation massage. 

Do some research on Massage Schools in the area. Read the reviews for both the School and the Therapist, if you can find them. Ask the Therapist where they went to school and how long they have been practicing.

Ask the Therapist which modalities they are trained in. For example, Swedish Massage is your typical Relaxation Massage. If a Therapist says they are trained in Deep Tissue Massage, ask them specifically which Deep Tissue modalities they're trained in. Trigger point, neuromusular therapy, and myofascial release, to name a few, are all considered "Deep Tissue" and are more medically-based and designed to target specific issues. Some Therapists, consider Swedish Massage techniques applied with more pressure to be "Deep Tissue". So, depending on what yours needs are, it is important to ask the Therapist what they have experience with.

Services offered

Massage Therapy
Body Wrap