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Trigger Point Therapy Massage Therapists in Arizona (AZ)

Armando's Therapeutic Touch, Massage Therapist  in Avondale
“I believe in helping people manage their pain, there is no reason why you should have to live with pain. I consider massage to be a necessity in life for well being it is not pampering yourself it is therapy. My goal is to make sick people look and feel better as well as reduce their stress level. I am going to further my knowledge and skills in this field by continuing my education.
Trigger Point Therapy
(623) 850-4992
Avondale, Arizona 85392
Victor J Milianti, Massage Therapist  in Cave Creek
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Massage Therapist, LNMT, CST, PC
“The techniques I have developed are best suited for acute or chronic pain patterns or dysfunctions. I treat quite a bit of injuries due to Golf, Tennis, sports and Equestrian activities Typically the clients that are most satisfied with my work have been injured in some way or have been carrying long term stress. Stress is often not only a result of physical trauma but also of life situations and our beliefs held in the conscious mind. I am well suited for manipulating both the body and psyche to release stuck energies and increase awareness.
Trigger Point Therapy
(480) 409-2280
Cave Creek, Arizona 85331
Active Life Massage, Massage Therapist  in Flagstaff
“I believe that massage is more than fluff, it's therapeutic! I want to work with you to salve your therapeutic needs by employing my training in Swedish, Deep Tissue. Neuro Muscular, Connective Tissue, Hot Stone, Chair and Muscular Positional Release.
Trigger Point Therapy
(928) 432-8221
Flagstaff, Arizona 86005
Divinely Nurturing Therapeutic Medical Massage, Massage Therapist  in Flagstaff
“Hi! I'm Dee Sickles. I've continuously had my Medical Therapeutic Massage practice as an Accident, Injury and Fall Specialist since 1998. I believe every person is unique! Your individual professional session needs are addressed by working together - reducing your pain, injury, stress, soft tissue, and/or muscular problems - which allows better function, rest and sleep. Wide varieties of manual massage modality techniques incorporating: Medical Massage, Deep Tissue, Injury, Reflexology, Sports, NeuroMuscular, Myofascial Release and Lymphatic Drainage for areas needing help! Relief for your: stressed, sore, aching, tired, knotted, or injured body muscles, tendons, ligaments, joints, or even ribs!
Trigger Point Therapy
(928) 257-3550
Flagstaff, Arizona 86004
Healing Touch Massage Clinic, Massage Therapist  in Scottsdale
“Regardless of age, injury or ailment, you will find comfort and gain success with us. Each client is given a personalized treatment plan to enhance optimal results. I will help you to manage your pain, stress, anxiety, improve circulation & sleep, increase appetite and be a new person again. Here at Healing Touch Massage Clinic, giving you excellent quality and satisfaction to client's is our most important priority. Don't let yourself suffer any longer. Call now and make your appointment. There's a saying "Health is Wealth".
Trigger Point Therapy
(602) 734-5984
Scottsdale, Arizona 85254
Lynn Bartola, Massage Therapist  in Tempe
“I am a Licensed Massage Therapist (LMT) with the State of Arizona and have been doing Medical Massage Therapy for over 10 years. I am a graduate of Arizona School of Massage Therapy (ASMT) and a Registered Chiropractic Assistant (CA) with the State of Arizona. I treat all people of all ages. I do a lot of work with sports injuries, auto injuries and work injuries. I also do relaxing massage therapy sessions, as well. I also enjoy working with women before, during and after their pregnancies.
Trigger Point Therapy
(480) 725-7275
Tempe, Arizona 85283
Robin Kania, Massage Therapist  in Scottsdale
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Massage Therapist, LMT, MBWP, RMT
“I am a mind body wellness practitioner, as well as, licensed massage therapist. I specialize in treating the whole person. My strong background in kinesiology and fitness make me an ideal therapist for a client seeking treatment for a sports related injury and my training as a life coach makes my ability to connect with clients on an emotional level imperative when working to relax and relieve stress.
Trigger Point Therapy
(602) 492-2067
Scottsdale, Arizona 85251
Tre Williams, Massage Therapist  in Glendale
Massage Therapist, LMT
“Care of your body should always be at the top of your priority. You feel and look better when you intergrate massage session with your health, nutrition, and wellness activities. Massage and somatic therapies can play an important role in obtaining a healthy balanced life. Through our free consultations we can customize your massage treatments, based on your goals and expected results.
Trigger Point Therapy
(480) 386-9936
Glendale, Arizona 85303
Mary Ann's Massage, Massage Therapist  in Phoenix
“I have been a massage therapist for over 12 years and I absolutely LOVE what I do! I love helping my clients achieve balance through massage therapy and a holistic approach to health. I pride myself on being able to tune in to my clients needs and tailor each and every massage in order to provide exactly what is needed at each session. You will not get a "one size fits all" approach from me. I continually seek to learn new skills, techniques and therapies. I also use multiple modalities to get the best, most positive results possible.
Trigger Point Therapy
(602) 574-1444
Phoenix, Arizona 85016
Rosemary Anderson, Massage Therapist  in Sedona
“I work with 40-90 year olds who want to live a low stress, pain-free lifestyle. I can help you have less pain, better posture & mobility, feel much more relaxed and less anxious. Many people come in for medical reasons (often pain or recovery) but they become a regular client once they experience the ongoing benefits of a more relaxed response to lifes challenges, which massage provides. Stress, inflammation and chronic pain can predispose us to a host of illnesses and conditions that we do not have to suffer with.
Trigger Point Therapy
(480) 725-5503
Sedona, Arizona 86336
Tara Shultis, Massage Therapist  in Tucson
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Massage Therapist, MA, LMT, CPT
“I primarily work with people who experience acute and/or chronic pain, stress, and trauma. I have over three and a half years experience working with women with eating disorders and body image related issues. Whether your stress has evolved from a physical injury or an emotional trauma my intention is to help you achieve a greater sense of ease in your life.
Trigger Point Therapy
(520) 369-4448
Tucson, Arizona 85705
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Massage Therapist, LMT, CMMT
“I am a Certified Medical Massage Therapist, in addition to being a Sports Massage Therapist. I specialize in soft tissue injuries. I use a combination of Medical and Sportsmassage to treat injury. I also use deep tissue massage and trigger point therapy. As a Medical Massage Therapist, I work specific to a Doctor's instructions and therapeutical directions. I am also capable of performing specific therapies on my own for relief and rehab of muscle injury. My practice includes people of all ages and gender, athlete and non-athlete alike
Trigger Point Therapy
(480) 409-2444
Phoenix, Arizona 85016
Massage by Bridgette, Massage Therapist  in Scottsdale
“Bridgette Caron Borzillo Graduated from one of the highest ranked accredited massage therapy schools in the country, Arizona School For Massage Therapy in Tempe, Arizona. She received a 4.0 GPA. She started an out-call massage business shortly after graduation and had a great opportunity to expand to a permanent establishment inside Make Plays Rehab Plus Building in Phoenix, Arizona. She Recently moved to Old Town Scottsdale to continue to pursue her independent practice. Borzillo is a dancer and an athlete, Therefore active clients are best suited for this practice.
Trigger Point Therapy
Marly Shaffer, Massage Therapist  in Tucson
“Think massage is a luxury? Think Again! My goal is to meet you where you are in your journey toward health. I have an ever growing collection of tools and techniques to choose from that I utilize in creating unique therapeutic massage plans to help you reach your highest performance potential. My work is unique and interactive, geared toward relieving pain, recovering from injury, and preventing future soft tissue and joint injuries. Whether you are a professional athlete, first responder, construction worker, weekend warrior, or office worker there is a treatment plan that will greatly improve your quality of life.
Trigger Point Therapy
(520) 332-6614
Tucson, Arizona 85716
Gift of Relaxation, Massage Therapist  in Mesa
“My ideal client is anyone with aches and pains as well as residual chronic pain. I also enjoy taking care of those who would like to de-stress and relax from everyday duties.
Trigger Point Therapy
(480) 405-8284
Mesa, Arizona 85206
Deanna Palmer, Massage Therapist  in Tempe
“I am a Licensed Massage Therapist (LMT) with the State of Arizona and graduated from the Arizona School of Massage Therapy in May of 2009. I also have experience working as an Arizona Registered Chiropractic Assistant (CA) since 2005.
Trigger Point Therapy
(480) 351-1754
Tempe, Arizona 85283
AZ Body Therapy, Massage Therapist  in Glendale
“We offer therapeutic massage for pain management as well as relaxation! Each massage is customized to fit your needs. Book yours today!
Trigger Point Therapy
(623) 207-1845
Glendale, Arizona 85301
Janell Huyck, Massage Therapist  in Tucson
“It is important to me to be able to give my undivided attention, to have the time to really listen, and to express the compassion and caring that is in my true nature. We all hurt in some way, be it physical, emotional, or spiritual. It is an honor and a great gift to be allowed to place my hands on someone who is hurting and to help them. Thank you for trusting me with your pain.
Trigger Point Therapy
(520) 329-4918
Tucson, Arizona 85712
Daniel M Chitwood, Massage Therapist  in Flagstaff
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Massage Therapist, PT, DPT, LMT, CSCS, NCTMB
“My primary interest is focused around manual therapy, orthopedics and sports related clientele. I enjoy working with the athletic population (professional or recreational) assisting them in achieving faster recovery from training and injury prevention. I do this by utilizing various forms of stretching, mobilization, soft tissue release and specific exercise techniques. Additionally, I work with a wide variety of patients with low back pain, hip and shoulder dysfunction, patellar femoral pain, foot pain as well as neck and generalized back pain. I am dedicated to working WITH the patient to maximizing all of their specific goals.
Trigger Point Therapy
(928) 377-1146
Flagstaff, Arizona 86001
Natalie Bustamante, Massage Therapist  in Oro Valley
“I know that I personally have a hard time finding a good massage therapist with flexible hours and an open ear. 1 on 1 Massage is my massage philosophy. I take time to listen to the needs, likes and desires of each individual. Schedules are set by client requirements, not necessarily by the hour. I use a variety of touch techniques with a safe, legal, caring and compassionate manner to ease your daily stress. Current member and insured with ABMP. Arizona State Licensed Massage Therapist.
Trigger Point Therapy
(520) 223-9375
Oro Valley, Arizona 85704

Trigger Point Therapy Massage Therapists
A trigger point (or muscle knot) is a tight area within muscle tissue that causes pain in other parts of the body. A trigger point in the back, for example, may create referral pain in the neck. If you're looking for trigger point therapy in Arizona (AZ) or for an Arizona (AZ) trigger point release therapist, or trigger point massage Arizona (AZ), these massage therapy Arizona (AZ) trigger point therapists specialize in releasing trigger points. These certified trigger point therapists in Arizona (AZ) and myofascial trigger points massage Arizona (AZ) are trained specialists in trigger release.

Who can practice massage in Arizona (AZ)?
Most states have licensing requirements that must be met before a practitioner (a 'masseuse' or 'masseur') can use the title 'Massage Therapist', and some states require a license to practice any form of massage. Licensed Massage Therapists in Arizona (AZ) have obtained the highest level of authentication. They must complete academic coursework in anatomy and physiology, as well as on the application of massage and bodywork, business and ethics, and specialized massage techniques. The Arizona (AZ) LMT must then pass a certification exam.