Endermotherapy is a patented, state-of-the-art treatment for injuries to muscles, tendons, fascia, nerves and their surrounding soft tissues.
EndermoTherapy is an ideal treatment for:
• Fascia and myofascial restrictions
• Repetitive strain injuries
• Scar tissue reduction
• Fibrous adhesion reduction
• Fibromyalgia – Relief from muscle pain
• Golf and tennis injury and rehab
• Sports performance and increased flexibility
EndermoTherapy is a mechanized massage treatment that uses suction and rollers to release muscle tension, reduce scar tissue formation, transform and rehabilitate the body’s connective tissue disorders and/or injuries. EndermoTherapy offers results designed specifically for chronic pain.
EndermoTherapy Soft Tissue Mobilization Treatment
EndermoTherapy is a mechanized, negative pressure, therapeutic massage modality that was first developed in France. As EndermoTherapists, we use a state of the art, negative pressure, hand-held, motorized treatment head with specially designed rollers that gently lift and stretch our clients’ fascia while massaging the muscles, stimulating the venous and lymphatic systems, and eliminating toxins.
This therapy helps to release tension in the muscle tissue fibers and forces lactic acid removal, helping to downsize or offset delayed onset muscle soreness (DOMS). As with all of our sessions, we may choose to incorporate the use of our Deep Muscle Stimulator, flexibility stretching and Power Plate into your EndermoTherapy session, making for a truly rejuvenating experience.
An EndermoTherapy session can be 30 or 60 minutes long, and is well-suited for sports training, detoxifying, or a quick, relaxing massage. Each session is tailored to your needs and goals, which may include improved sports performance, pain relief, or improved circulation & energy. Our goal is simple, to help you meet your goals!
EndermoTherapy is a very powerful circulatory and lymphatic massage that may increase your blood flow by approximately 400% for up to 6 hours and increase your lymphatic drainage by approximately 300% for up to 3 hours. As such, EndermoTherapy treatments should be spaced with at least two days in between treatments.
EndermoTherapy corrects muscular and soft-tissue problems caused by adhesion formation from acute injuries, repetitive trauma and/or constant pressure and tension as it simultaneously enhances circulation, reduces muscle tension, and removes lactic acid and other inflammatory toxins. The therapeutic uses of EndermoTherapy treatments are many and varied.
This is a personalized treatment adapted to the skin sensitivity of each individual client, and so it is never painful. Most folks love the gentle lift and stretch of the massage.
Fascia is a body system in itself. It is a web of tiny fluid-filled micro tubules that exist in a multidimensional structure surrounding every cell in our body. Fascia is what composes over 80% of what we consider muscle tissue. It is such a strong fiber that it may exert a pressure of 2000 lbs per square inch when it becomes tight or bound. The techniques required to treat this tissue must be much different from those that treat other systems and areas of the body, and EndermoTherapy is one modality that is particularly well-suited for addressing fascial restrictions.
In addition to being a valuable component of athletic training, EndermoTherapy can also prove to be useful in addressing the symptoms of fibromyalgia. Fibromyalgia is a common condition characterized by long-term, body-wide pain and tender points in joints, muscles, tendons, and other soft tissues. Fibromyalgia has also been linked to fatigue, joint stiffness, sleep problems, headaches, numbness in hands and feet, depression, and anxiety. The symptoms of fibromyalgia may be relieved by gentle stretching and light massage, both of which are provided by EndermoTherapy.