Massage Therapy and Bodywork
Call (608) 262-WELL (262-9355) or fax (608) 263-6574 to learn more about our massage therapy and bodywork services.
Our Massage Therapists
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Massage therapy and bodywork may assist those with pain and dysfunction in their bodies, and it may be a positive addition to those seeking to live a healthy lifestyle.
Our therapists work with you to evaluate your needs and assist you in restoring your body to a balanced state.
Fees and Appointments
For your convenience, we offer daytime, evening and weekend appointments. The fee is $75 per one-hour session. Gift certificates are available. You do not need a physician referral to access these services.
Massage therapy and bodywork may offer the following benefits:
- Elimination of stress from your mind and body
- Reduction of muscle tension
- Relief of symptoms of chronic pain
- Increased circulation
- Enhanced immune system function
- Increased awareness of mind/body connection
UW Health Integrative Medicine's Rebecca Massmann talks about the benefits of massage therapy and demonstrates her technique.
Massage therapy and bodywork may be beneficial for people with the following conditions and symptoms:
- Back pain
- Carpal tunnel syndrome
- Chronic pain
- Digestive disorders
- Myofascial pain
- Neck pain
- Sports injuries
- TMJ dysfunction
Inpatient Massage Therapy
UW Health's Integrative Medicine program offers inpatient acupuncture
and massage therapy/bodywork treatments.
Massage therapy and acupuncture can assist patients in dealing with many issues commonly experienced during a hospital stay, including pain, anxiety, nausea and sleep disturbances.
Our massage therapists
and bodyworkers have diverse backgrounds and experiences to meet your unique needs. They are all nationally certified and licensed by the state of Wisconsin. They will work with you to help facilitate healing from within, empowering you to take control of your health.
Patients are welcome to access integrative services such as massage therapy and acupuncture without or prior to an integrative medicine consultation (though a physician authorization is required).