Redefining Wellness with Massage Therapy at S+P MedSpa
Massage therapy is an ancient form of alternative medicine used to prevent and alleviate symptoms and to promote relaxation, healing and an aura of health and happiness.
Massage benefits can include:
- Reducing stress and increasing relaxation.
- Reducing pain and muscle soreness and tension.
- Improving circulation, energy and alertness.
- Lowering heart rate and blood pressure.
- Improving immune function.
Our specially trained massage therapists understand that no two bodies are the same, hence no two massages are the same. We offer a wide range of treatments to address your specific needs.
Enhance Your Experience
Your therapist strategically incorporates the placement of hot stones throughout the massage to help relieve muscle tension, minor aches and pains and helps improve circulation.
This special blend of plant-based botanicals softens, hydrates and smooths the skin while providing the extra benefit of aromatherapy and relaxation.
Circular cups gently release targeted layers of muscle tissue to increase blood flow, infuse oxygen, release toxins and improve circulation.
Experience your massage on a heated bed of Amethyst crystals, allowing far infared rays and negative ions to penetrate the body deeply. This treatment delivers energy to the cells resulting in a higher level of muscle relaxation and increase in local circulation.
Lymphatic Massage – Manual Lymphatic Drainage
Lymphatic massage, sometimes called manual lymphatic drainage, is a specialized type of medical massage. It is a useful treatment for post-operative swelling and bruising. In our practice, we recommend the treatment for most of our liposuction, tummy tuck and facelift patients. In our experience, at least three sessions with our specialists results in faster recovery and decreased down time.
Lymphatic massage aims to improve the flow of lymph fluid, which should reduce swelling. Massaging an area without swelling will make space for fluid to flow to those parts from more congested areas.
In addition to post-surgical patients, manual lymphatic drainage has also been shown to be effective in patients with:
- cancer treatments that involve the removal of lymph nodes
- patients with compromised immune systems or autoimmune diseases
- following some types of vascular surgery, such as vein stripping
- a buildup of fluid due to deep vein thrombosis
- health conditions that affect blood flow to the extremities, such as the hands and feet
Lymphatic Massage Session
Luxe – 90 minutes – $275 (package of 3 – $750)
Basic – 60 minutes – $225 (package of 3 – $600)
Express – 30 minutes – $110 (package of 3 – $300)
Prenatal Lymphatic Massage – $275 – can only be performed in the second and third trimester
Read what our patients are saying!
"Dr. Somenek took his time to explain the procedure to me and gave me realistic expectations about the pain and the recovery time."