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Massage

Come unwind at our Scottsdale Skin and Laser Center by indulging in a Swedish massage or Zen shiatsu massage for relaxation and stress reduction, or a therapeutic massage for pain. If you’re looking to detoxify your body and boost your immune system, then a lymphatic massage is the optimal choice for you. Our massage therapist is also skilled in post-cosmetic surgery messaging, after procedures like breast augmentation or liposuction.

Martha Reamy

Martha Reamy

Licensed Massage Therapist, Asian Bodywork Practitioner and Wellness Coordinator

Martha joined Dr. Beals’ Skin and Laser Center staff in the Spring of 2010. As a massage therapist, the most rewarding part of her job is helping her clients get relief from muscular pain and other stress-related issues. As Wellness Coordinator, she enjoys helping her clients set fitness and nutrition goals to help them achieve a healthy lifestyle. Outside of work she loves to walk, run and stretch. Her most favorite thing is to spend time with her family – especially her grandson.
Phone: (480) 947.6788

Where Will Your Procedure be Performed?

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Swedish
The most familiar of all massage combines long connective strokes to relax and release tension that has accumulated in the muscles. The pressure ranges from light to firm depending on the clients preference. This is mainly a relaxing and stress reducing massage.

Therapeutic massage
Combines many techniques to address chronic pain issues; deep tissue, trigger point, acupressure, myofascial release and stretching. This will be preferred by someone seeking relief from pain and discomfort caused by muscle and joint problems. Anyone who has had surgery in the past such as knee replacement, hip replacement, shoulder surgery, chronic back pain or neck pain etc. would greatly benefit from having therapeutic massage

Lymphatic massage
This is the most effective type of massage for those preparing for or recovering from surgical procedures. Before surgery it prepares the tissues by cleaning out wastes products and boosting the immune system and is best done a week prior to surgery. After surgery it helps with the healing process by reducing bruising, swelling, and water retention. Since it is a VERY light touch therapy it can be done within days of surgery.
This is also the best form of massage for individuals who suffer from a compromised immune system, fatigue, arthritis, sinisitus, digestive problems etc.