Most athletes can testify to the pain-relieving, recovery-promoting effects of massage. Now there’s a scientific basis that supports booking a session with a massage therapist: On the cellular level massage reduces inflammation and promotes the growth of new mitochondria in skeletal muscle. The research, involving scientists from the Buck Institute for Research on Aging and McMaster University in Hamilton Ontario appears in the February 1st online edition of Science Translational Medicine.
5.0 11 reviews
2 months ago
Frank is the man! His passion for his work is obvious. Always learning and always teaching something … More new.
3 months ago
If I could give Frank more stars I would. Frank, besides being remarkable at his profession is a warm … More sincere caring person. I have encountered many people in his field no one comes close to his level of expertise. I have never seen Frank and have the problem not resolved after treatment and following his prescription.
Truly outstanding health professional
4 months ago
I have had back and hip injuries for years and have seen several doctors and other professionals. Franks … More approach is far and away better than Anyone I have seen previously. He knew all the questions to ask and treated me according to my exact needs. Thank you Frank!
a year ago
Frank is perhaps one of the most knowledgeable therapist I’ve ever met.Great assessment skills and definitely … More able to get you out of pain. Highly recommend!
5 months ago
Frank is a first class guy that has a real passion for all his clients to get them better. I personally … More had a lot of in season injuries and Frank made sure I was treated right so I never had to miss a game. He will always make time for his patients wither it’s in person or on the phone. He doesn’t stop till he gets the job done. His love for what he does is second to none. I love working with Frank and I highly recommend him to everyone I know.
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