Myofascial release is a way to compliment spinal adjustments to increase mobility and reduce pain.
Innerworks Therapeutic Massage, Stephanie Finnianous, LMT#13247
I have been a licensed massage therapist since 2006 and worked at BTH since then. I am originally from Wisconsin and moved to Oregon in 1997. I was a research biologist/scientist working for government and private entities in researchbefore I went back to massage school in Ashland in 2006. I have studied, practiced, and taught martial arts since 1984, my husband and I own Tang Soo Do 2000 in town. My background experiences and interests have led me to study the science of a variety of massage systems that are built upon principles that incorporate movement stretching indirect pressure with myofascial work. I enjoy working most with motivated clients who want to improve the functioning of their muscles and take accountability for the state they are in, but also willing to do the work to improve that by taking a multifaceted approach (chiropractic, physical therapy, exercise, nutrition/diet, and drinking more water, etc.) to achieving that. For my own restoration I enjoy spending time with my husband Vince, especially outdoors. I also love working and training with my dogs. I do competition sheepdog trialing with my sheepdog-a border collie Zeus (you will often see him in office often) and hopefully in this next year, his little brother Titan. Thank you for taking an interest in what we do, I look forward to meeting you and working together to improve your health.
“Finding where you hurt, and fixing it.” Using Muscle Energy Therapy, Trigger point Therapy, Structural Release Therapy, and Deep Tissue Massage and a whole other bag of tricks.
Melissa Lampert, LMT
Melissa grew up in Portland, Oregon where she received her certificate in Massage Therapy from Everest Institute in 2009. She moved to Klamath Falls with her three children in 2015. With over 10 years of experience, Melissa provides individual customized treatment plans based on each client’s goals and needs. She specializes in Deep Tissue and Sports Massage, but utilizes a variety of different modalities during each session, including Cupping Therapy, Myofascial Release, Neuromuscular Therapy, and Hot Stone Massage. Whether you’re looking to treat an injury or just relax from the stressors of life, Melissa will help you achieve your goals. When she’s not doing massage, Melissa enjoys day trips to the surrounding High Lakes with her kids, hiking, camping, swimming, and exploring all of the natural wonders the area has to offer.
Basin Massage, Alex Lindsey, LMT #20840
*These therapists are also available for massage therapy appointments without seeing the chiropractor. In this case each therapist has their own fee schedule.