Benefits of Massage

Frequent massage has several benefits, including the improvement of your overall health and fitness level. Here are just some of the benefits of massage:

  • Pain management
  • Stress relief
  • Increased circulation
  • Headache/migraine relief
  • Lower back pain relief
  • Increases overall self-awareness
  • Relaxation
  • Chronic pain relief
  • Improved joint function
  • Increased lymph circulation
  • Stretches muscles, ligaments, and tendons

Types of Massage Services We Offer:

Here at Houston Medical Massage, the most common question we receive is “Which massage type is best for me?” The answer to that question is the one that gives you the best result, therefore we customize the massage to your individual needs using a combination of techniques that may include: sports massage, deep tissue, active isolated stretching and myofascial release. We generally recommend 90 minutes for a first-time session.

60 minutes: $70
90 minutes: $105

Out-call Massage is a concierge service in which the massage therapist comes to you. Services may be provided at your home, a hotel, a business office, or some other location. This is a convenience service therefore a travel charge may apply.
Available: 60 minutes | 90 minutes
Price: $150 per hour

PLEASE CALL IF YOU’D LIKE TO BOOK AN OUT-CALL MASSAGE

Unlike other massage places that typically provide the same cookie-cutter service, HMM is problem-focused, usually clients come seeking relief for a specific condition… and that condition is what we focus on, because that’s what people want. Neck, shoulder, back and sciatic pain are the most common and easily treated conditions

Sports massage addresses trigger points and adhesions in the muscle that inhibit the ability to function at an optimal level. These painful conditions also take away the mental edge needed for competition. Sports massages relieves pain and helps improve athletic performance.

Deep tissue massage is designed to relieve tension in the connective tissue called fascia and the deep muscles of the body. Not to be confused with “deep pressure”, deep tissue starts with light pressure and progressively gets deeper. This technique is designed to relieve tension in the fascia (connective tissue) and the deep muscles of the body.