For Pediatricians

In one study regarding physicians’ perspectives on massage therapy, 83% believed massage therapy was a useful adjunct to their own practice. Moreover, 71% had referred patients to massage therapists and most (72%) perceived increasing demand from their patients for massage therapy.

Massage is an effctive, natural therapy aiding children with:

  • Asthma
  • Bulemia
  • Cerbral Palsy
  • Downs Syndrome
  • Growing Pains
  • Migrain Headaches
  • Muscular Dystrophy
  • Orthopedic Injuries
  • Sports Related Injuries – see For Athletes

Let us work with you to provide the most natural remedy for your patient! Used as an adjunct for of healthcare, massage has the potential of helping in the following areas:


Aids in supporting good posture and balance
Reduces muscle tension that could lead to potential medical problems
Increases nutrient flow to bones


Relieves muscle tension and spasms
Aids in removal of lactic acid and carbonic acid
Can increase or decrease muscle tone depending upon amount of pressure
Increases the flow of blood and nutrients to muscles
can reduce or increase joint mobility depending upon amount of pressure


May relieve constipation
May relieve gas
Reduces water retention
Cleans the blood by toning the kidneys


Stimulates blood and lymph circulation
Helps strengthen the immune system
Releases toxins held in the body


Improves breathing patterns
Helps reduce respiratory problems
Relieves tension in the chest allowing the lungs to expand more fully


Relaxes and calms
Improves sleep patterns
Raises endorphin levels, promoting healing
Provides a safe and easy release from frustration and hyperactivity
The Vagus Nerve is stimulated influencing food absorption hormones (Insulin and Glycogen)