CHWC Massage Therapy Clinic
Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays: 8 a.m.–4 p.m.
Tuesdays and Thursdays: 11 a.m.–7 p.m.
At the CHWC Massage Therapy Clinic, Crystal Henry, LMT, NMT offers a variety of therapeutic massage modalities:
- Neuromuscular therapy
- Pregnancy, doula & postpartum
- Oncology massage
90 minute massage: $85
60 minute massage: $60
45 minute massage: $50
30 minute massage: $40
Our Massage Therapy Clinic accepts cash, check and credit card. Insurance will not cover massage therapy; cost is entirely out-of-pocket. Ohio Workers Comp will cover with pre-authorization from the referring provider. Gift certificates are also available.
Crystal Henry, LMT, NMT
Crystal specializes in therapeutic massage including neuromuscular, oncology and prenatal, postpartum and doula (during labor and delivery, for comfort and support). She has been a licensed massage therapist since 2013.
Neuromuscular therapy uses pressure to release areas of strain in the muscle, and is used to treat back pain, hip pain, knee pain, tendonitis, headaches, calf cramps and more. Locating and releasing areas of strain can be uncomfortable, so there will be discussion during the session, and feedback from the client is helpful. The entire session will be spent addressing all of the muscles associated with the primary complaint; therefore, an hour is usually spent in one area of the body.
Oncology massage involves modifying massage techniques to safely work with complications of cancer and treatment. Anyone who has received cancer treatment—from active treatment to recovery, survivorship, and at the end of life—are best served by a massage therapist trained in oncology massage. Oncology massage clients need a referral from their oncologist, and an in-depth medical history is necessary so an appropriate treatment plan can be designed specially for each individual client.
Pregnancy massage helps ease pain and discomfort arising from the increased demand and strain on the body during pregnancy. Benefits of pregnancy massage include but are not limited to: improved circulation, reduced stress on the skeletal system, reduced muscular discomfort, and improved hormonal stability and function. When your therapist has specialized training, massage during pregnancy is typically considered safe. However, there are some conditions or complications that would prohibit massage and you may need written permission from your medical provider.
Make an Appointment
To make an appointment at the CHWC Massage Therapy Clinic, please call 419-630-2284.