FYZICAL Therapy and Balance Centers Manassas Offers Massage Therapy

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By Carole Keily

FYZICAL Therapy and Balance Centers offers a wide range of physical therapy services. Main services include orthopedic rehabilitation, vestibular rehabilitation, balance therapy, aquatic (pool) therapy, motor vehicle and personal injuries, surgical post-op rehabilitation, dry needling, lymphatic therapy, and concussion rehabilitation. Locally, FYZICAL has offices in Manassas and in Gainesville.

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Jennifer Garman, LMT

The location in Manassas also offers massage therapy. Jennifer Garman, LMT, is the provider.

Garman graduated from the Heritage Institute in 2003.  Since her graduation, Garman says she has expanded her skills “to include Advanced Myoskeletal techniques, Orthopedic massage, Certified in Myofascial Release, Lomi Lomi, Gentle Massage for Children with Special Healthcare Needs, CranioScacral Therapy, Lymphatic Drainage and I am a Reiki Master.”

According to Gin Yang, DPT, Co-Owner of FYZICAL Therapy and Balance Centers Manassas, “Massage helps to reduce muscle tension, release muscle trigger points, stimulate the lymphatic system, improve circulation, increase joint mobility and flexibility and help your body to relax and reduce stress. Massage therapy complements physical therapy by expediting the recovery process through releasing acute or chronic muscle and fascial tension to allow for proper muscle activation during physical therapy exercises and stretches.”

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Garman said, “I have always loved working with people to help with their healing on all three levels, body, mind and spirit.  True healing has to be approached from all these levels, and my wish is to meet you on each level and bring you the highest level of healing possible.”

Massage therapy is available at FYZICAL’s Manassas office (8551 Rixlew Lane) on Wednesdays from 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. and on Thursdays from 2:00 to 7:00 p.m. To make an appointment, call 703-368-7343.

 

Carole Keily is Prince William Living‘s Online Editor.

 

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