Massage Specialist

Stirling Skin Care Clinic

Skin Care Clinics & Aesthetic Specialists located in Casper, WY

Whether you’ve had a bad week at work or your lower back is throbbing, a massage can make you feel better, both physically and mentally. We at Stirling Skin Care Clinic, recommend therapeutic massages to patients with chronic pain, high stress, or just when someone wants to relax. Our licensed massage therapist offers a variety of massage types, ensuring you get your needs met. If you live near Casper, Wyoming, and are in need of a massage, call the office today to schedule yours.

Massage Q & A

What types of massages are offered?

At Stirling Skin Care Clinic, you can opt for 60 or 90-minute massages with the office’s licensed massage therapist. Paola offers multiple types of massages, including:

Deep tissue massage

Similar to a Swedish massage but focused on deeper tissue, deep tissue massages use pressure to release chronic tension in your muscles, tendons, and fascia. This type of massage can help those who suffer from aches and pains, as well as athletes.

Swedish massage

The most popular type of massage in the United States, Swedish massage rubs the muscles of your body with long, slow strokes to release tension. The purpose of Swedish massage is to allow the body to relax completely.

Hot stone treatments

Paola also offers hot stone therapy, which eases muscle stiffness, decreases tension, and improves your metabolism. With this type of massage, you get deep muscle relaxation. After receiving this type of massage, many people feel a sense of restoration.

What are the benefits of massage?

Relaxation isn’t the only benefit of massage. Along with the reduction of muscle tension, you can reap a wide range of benefits from massages, including:

  • Increase in blood oxygen
  • Elimination of muscle toxins
  • Improvement in circulation and flexibility
  • Heightened sensation of self
  • Increase in mobility and range of motion
  • Improvement in sleep

What should I expect after a therapeutic massage?

Right after your massage, when you move to stand, you may temporarily become lightheaded. Take a moment after you sit up to ground yourself and become acquainted with being upright.

After your therapeutic massage, you may feel relaxed and rejuvenated. Other times, especially after a deep tissue massage, you may have sore or stiff muscles. That happens because the massage pushes toxins from your muscles, but it typically resolves as soon as you start moving around. Drinking plenty of water also helps flush the toxins from your system.

If you experience significant pain, or your discomfort doesn’t lessen within a few days, contact the team at Stirling Skin Care Clinic for an evaluation.

If you want to feel the relaxing effect of therapeutic massage, call the office today to schedule your appointment with Paola.