We now have eGift Cards!!
We now have eGift Cards!!
The Governor has given us permission to open our office on May 25th under specific restrictions. Many of these restrictions are procedures that we have always implemented and will continue to do so, to prevent contracting and spreading flu and other viruses. It is important for our clients to understand that fear compromises the immune system. One of our goals is to help clients reduce stress, thereby improving the immune system. We know that several of you probably still have concerns about this virus and if that is the case, we ask that you wait until you are more comfortable being in public before you schedule with us.
It has always been our policy that if you have an appointment scheduled and you don’t feel well on that day or have a fever, you simply call and cancel your appointment with no penalties. We, as therapists, have always done the same. We will not work if we do not feel well. We recognize that we work with some clients with compromised immune systems and we have always taken precautions by assuming every client has a compromised immune system. This will continue to be our policy and therefore, we will continue to clean and sanitize between clients, use extreme hand-washing protocols, and other guidelines that all massage therapists should have always been doing. The only requirement that the industry placed on us that was different from what we were already implementing is the requirement to use gloves when working on the face. If you schedule an orthopedic massage, there will be no facial work. If you schedule a therapeutic massage, Jetta will wear gloves when doing facial work.
If you or someone you know is interested in becoming a Massage Therapist, please contact us for more information about our Massage Therapy school, Kentucky Institute of Massage and Integrated Manual Therapy, or visit the website at www.kyinstituteofmassage.com. Now accepting applications for January 2021 classes.
We understand that there is typically some anxiety that comes with getting your first massage. You have unanswered questions that you may be afraid to ask so we will answer some of them here.
You will be required to complete an intake form to give your therapist enough background medical information to ensure that you may safely receive a massage. You will then be led to the treatment room and you and your therapist will discuss your symptoms and the treatment that will best serve your needs. The therapist will explain how to position yourself on the table and will leave the room while you undress to your comfort level and position yourself on the table under the linens and blanket. You are always covered so some choose to completely undress while others choose to wear underwear. Only the area being worked on will be undraped at any given time. The therapist will knock before they re-enter the room and will ensure you are comfortable. You may sleep if you choose. You will not miss the benefits of the massage if you sleep and we don't mind if you snore. For most people, it is the best sleep they may have had in a while. The therapist will let you know if you need to turn to a different position and will wake you before they leave the room. We suggest you get up slowly as some may be slightly dizzy. You may also stretch before you leave the room. You may need to use the restroom as massage helps release toxins. Your therapist will then answer any questions and discuss further treatment options, schedule future appointments if desired and receive payment. Some clients choose to tip their therapist but we prefer that you do not. We consider massage healthcare and you wouldn't tip your other healthcare providers.
Orthopedic Massage is a treatment of chronic pain and structural imbalances with emphasis on restoring pain-free range of motion throughout the body. It is designed to correct joint dysfunction and address chronic pain due to long-term problems. You will be required to complete a medical intake form but you will also be assessed for range of motion for the problem joint or area as well as pain levels. The treatment and assessment must be pain free so it is necessary that you communicate with your therapist at all times. Please bring shorts and a tank top or sports bra to wear during treatment. Most clients find that after their first treatment, their pain is greatly reduced or eliminated and their range of motion is increased.
Orthopedic Massage is scheduled for a maximum of 30 minutes and by phone or text only. Please call or text Amy directly at (502) 639-3157.
If you or someone you know are interested in becoming a Massage Therapist, the Kentucky Institute of Massage and Integrated Manual Therapy is now taking applications for January 2021 classes. The Massage Therapy Program is a 900-hour program that exceeds the 600-hour program required by the state of Kentucky, as we include in-depth Orthopedic Assessment and Massage Techniques, including extensive hands-on training, as well as industry suggested requirements. This allows students to graduate with confidence and competence to excel in the Massage Therapy Industry.
Massage Therapy is a form of healthcare. Muscles pull bones. When your muscles are out of balance, your skeleton is out of balance, causing joint and body pain that adversely affects your life. We focus on the problem that causes the pain, not just the symptoms.
Our therapists listen to you to gain an understanding of your specific issues and how they are affecting your daily life so that they can design the most effective treatment plan.
Our therapists are licensed and experienced in Massage therapy to better assess and treat musculature dysfunction to get you back in the game of life.
The goal of Swedish Massage is to melt away muscle tension and increase the blood flow to your heart. Swedish Massage is extremely therapeutic as it decreases muscle toxins, increases oxygen levels in the blood, reduces stress and improves flexibility in the body.
Orthopedic massage focuses on the assessment and correction of joint and muscle pain and dysfunction. Offers relief from hip, back, shoulder, neck, and knee pain as well as disorders such as plantar fasciitis, frozen shoulder and sciatica.
Orthopedic massage is a form of pain-free deep tissue.
Massage Therapy should NEVER be painful!
1498 N. Dixie Blvd, Radcliff, KY 40160
Monday - Friday: 8am - 8pm
Saturday: 8am - 2pm
If these hours do not fit your schedule, text Amy at (502) 639-3157 or Jetta at (502) 430-2099 or call our office and we will try to accommodate you when we can.