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Massage Therapy

Massage therapy can do so much more than pamper, relieve stress, and relax muscles.

Benefits of Massage Therapy:

  • Soften, stretch and relax tight, tired, injured, and overused muscles.
  • Exercise atrophied or weak muscles.
  • Improve the condition and appearance of the skin.
  • Increase joint flexibility and range of motion.
  • Improve Circulation, pump oxygen and nutrients into tissues and organs.
  • Help the body prepare for and recover from strenuous exercise.
  • Help the body heal following major surgery
  • (Dr. Burgess had a massage over her incisions immediately following her fusion surgery – in the hospital room!)

On Specific Conditions:

  • All headaches including Migraines
  • Sports Injuries – strain/sprain, whiplash, tennis elbow, golfer’s elbow, trigger finger/thumb, carpal tunnel, plantar fasciitis.
  • Acute (new) or Chronic (continuous old) Pain
  • Restless Leg Syndrome
  • Post Surgical Pain

Massage Therapist : Bailey Redfearn

Bailey was born and raised in Denton County and is dedicated to the well being of each and every client. Bailey has been practicing massage as a licensed Massage Therapist for over one year, and since receiving her state license, she has hit the ground running with continuing education classes.

With over 700 hours of class time, on top of the state required licensing hours, Bailey is raising the bar for her profession. Specializing in orthopedic, cupping, prenatal, and remedial massage therapy, Bailey aspires to become a Chiropractor and attend Parker University, College of Chiropractic.

Bailey originally chose to study Massage Therapy as a way to pay bills, but after attending a James Waslaski seminar and experiencing the life changing techniques and benefits of his work she began to implement his therapy into her practice and discovered her passion for massage therapy.


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