Skip to content

Amherst Massage Therapy

Experience Natural Relief

Even if you’ve received a massage before, you may have a different experience with us. Our massage therapist’s wide knowledge of the human body and extensive experience will give you effective, natural healing. We see conditions such as:

  • Athletic injuries
  • Carpal tunnel
  • Frozen shoulder
  • Headaches
  • Lymph drainage
  • Plantar fasciitis
  • Post-surgery work such as knee or hip replacement
  • Piriformis syndrome
  • Runner’s knee (Patella-Femoral pain syndrome)
Woman receiving a therapeutic massage

Massage therapy is a great compliment to chiropractic care.

Combining with Chiropractic

Many of our patients will choose to have massage therapy and their chiropractic appointment on the same day. Some find that they prefer to have them on separate days at regular intervals for ongoing support. Chiropractic and massage therapy work hand-in-hand to optimize your healing and wellness.

Your insurance plan may have coverage for massage therapy depending on your provider. We do accept insurance and are able to bill it for you.

Your First Visit

You don’t have to be a chiropractic patient to see Leigh-Ann, Joanna or Angela for massage; some patients, however, come in for both chiropractic and massage as they work so well together. At your first appointment, you will fill out a health history form that is separate from the chiropractic paperwork. Your massage therapist will then talk with you about what you’re seeing her for, and then will look at your history. She will ask questions that can help her identify problem areas.

Your massage therapist may do some orthopedic testing before the massage, which she tailors to each person’s needs. If you are coming in for a particular problem, such as back pain, she usually recommends a 30 or 60 minute massage. Once you get past your injury, some patients elect to come in for maintenance massages every 4-6 weeks.

We offer massage Monday through Friday!


Amherst Massage Therapy | (902) 667-1236