Here at Lancaster Medical Massage we have one goal in mind - a healthier you. Unlike a spa, our practice focuses on relieving chronic pain by creating a unique, personalized massage for each client that targets specific areas of discomfort.
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A typical session at LMM would be a 60 minute Therapeutic Massage. This is the session we usually suggest our new clients start out with. After you arrive at the office, a therapist will greet you and ask you to fill out a brief intake form for your New Client Consultation. After reviewing the form with you and discussing your areas of pain, the therapist will explain to you how the session will progress. We do ask our clients to undress for their massages, and all of our therapists are extremely respectful of your privacy and comfort. The therapist will leave you to change and position yourself on the table. When you are ready, the therapist will return and the session will begin. An hour massage usually consists of a back massage, leg massage, foot massage, arm/hand massage, and a head/neck/face massage. This pattern and various modalities of massage is altered to fit each individual client, the areas of tension, and his/her specific needs. After your session the therapist will again leave while you get dressed. When you are done, the therapist will walk you through rescheduling and paying for your session.
All of our therapists are licensed throught the state of PA, and we also enroll in continuing education regularly!
We do. Typically we charge $60 for a 60 minute Therapeutic Massage, but your first session is 50% off! Many of our clients do package deals as well - we offer them as low as $40/60 minute session!
I started Lancaster Medical Massage because I couldn't find a practice to work at that had the same goals I did. I want to make people feel better, but I also want to make regular massage affordable so my clients can afford to live a pain-free life!
Most of our clients are dealing with some type of chronic pain - be it sore shoulders from working a desk job or discomfort from a previous surgery or a car accident, all of our clients have the goal of reduced discomfort.
Don't overpay! Usually spas charge the most, and they also give a more cookie cutter massage. If you're looking for someone to focus on specific areas of tension and a more personalized massage, find an independent massage therapist or a small practice! You will end up with a better experience and fork over less cash for it.