Find the Best Massage Therapist in Phoenix from list below. Read real reviews and reach the top licensed massage therapist in Phoenix easily. There are 70 Massage Therapist in Phoenix with an average rating of N/A stars.

Massage is the manipulation of soft tissues in the body consisting mostly of manual hands-on technique. Massage therapy is mostly done by applying fixed or movable pressure, holding, and moving muscles and body tissues. Massage therapists are professionals who practice scientific soft tissue manipulation and apply that on their clients looking for massage therapy.

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Fayah

Abenego Fayah


1641 E Osborn Rd Suite 6
Phoenix, AZ, 85016, USA

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Cordova

Amber Deanne Cordova


3201 N 3rd St
Phoenix, AZ, 85012, USA

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Mandolado

Angelito Mandolado


1641 E Osborn Rd Suite 6
Phoenix, AZ, 85016, USA

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Bakke

Anita C Bakke


34406 N 27th Dr Suite 140/Rm113, Bldg. 6
Phoenix, AZ, 85085, USA

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Newman

Art Gene Newman


25819 N 65th Dr
Phoenix, AZ, 85083, USA

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Leyva

Auden Leyva


4530 E Ray Rd Suite 110
Phoenix, AZ, 85044, USA

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Bingham

Brent G Bingham


5525 N 19th St
Phoenix, AZ, 85016, USA

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Scott

Breyana Marie Scott


4530 E Ray Rd Suite 110
Phoenix, AZ, 85044, USA

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Hickson

Bryan Douglas Hickson


837 E Windsor Ave
Phoenix, AZ, 85006, USA

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Thomas

Carol A Thomas


1202 E Maryland Ave #1e
Phoenix, AZ, 85014, USA

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Meyer

Cozy Meyer


13811 N 35th Dr Suite D
Phoenix, AZ, 85053, USA

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Shumway

Daniel Jerome Shumway


3033 W. Bell Rd Suite 101-A
Phoenix, AZ, 85023, USA

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Reyes

Daniel Reyes


4018 N 40th St
Phoenix, AZ, 85018, USA

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Ilie

Danijela Ilie


1641 E Osborn Rd Suite 6
Phoenix, AZ, 85016, USA

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Scheller

Debora Ann Scheller


13231 N 35th Ave #a-6
Phoenix, AZ, 85029, USA

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Avina

Elizabeth Avina


4137 E Nighthawk Way
Phoenix, AZ, 85048, USA

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Nelson

Frederick Nelson


4113 N 7th Ave
Phoenix, AZ, 85013, USA

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Huffman

Garrett Ryan Huffman


3201 N 3rd St
Phoenix, AZ, 85012, USA

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Jindo

Gina A Jindo


1301 E Mcdowell Rd Suite 100
Phoenix, AZ, 85006, USA

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Henness

Jacob Jon Henness


3543 N 7 St
Phoenix, AZ, 85014, USA

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Kennedy

Jane Kennedy


2512 E Thomas Rd Suite 5
Phoenix, AZ, 85016, USA

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Selby

Janet Selby


4018 N 40th St
Phoenix, AZ, 85018, USA

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Allen

Jennifer Allen


4018 N 40th St
Phoenix, AZ, 85018, USA

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Letter

Jennifer Pratt Letter


818 W Solano Dr
Phoenix, AZ, 85013, USA

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Johnstone

Jerry Roy Johnstone


1641 E Osborn Rd Suite 6
Phoenix, AZ, 85016, USA

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Benefits of massage therapy

Massage therapies have several benefits. For instance, it is relaxing when your body is under stress and lowers down the risk factors contributing to weight gain, sleeplessness, digestive problems, and headaches. In addition, massage therapies lower the blood pressure and improve body functions, relieve muscle spasm, reduce muscle tension and stiffness, etc. Apart from that, regular massage therapies can help improve posture and boost your immune system.


Do massage therapists produce care plans for their clients?

Some massage therapists do produce care plans and some don’t. For instance, if you are visiting a massage therapist due to a soft tissue injury, your massage therapist, once they get into the affected tissue, will be able to tell you how many therapies you would need. In that case, your massage therapist may produce a care plan to ensure proper rehabilitation of your soft tissues.

FAQs about Massage Therapist in Phoenix

You can check the profile of Massage Therapist in Phoenix from list above, most of them are accepting new patients.

There are many website to look for Massage Therapist reviews like Google, Facebook, HealthSoul.

The best way to find out is call the doctor office directly about insurance acceptance. Even one insurance may offer different products and coverage can be different for each individual. You can check the website of your insurance company if the Massage Therapist chosen by you is in network or not.

There are a few things you must remember while visiting a Massage Therapist in Phoenix: Always bring a list of your current medications, a list of Doctors you visit, your medical history, your family’s medical history, and a list of questions you have about your condition.

Most Massage Therapist in Phoenix are available from 8am to 5pm in office and there is always somebody available 24/7 for emergencies. Please call the office to check the availability of a particular doctor.

There are many factors when considering best Massage Therapist in Phoenix. These included experience, education, certifications, Massage Therapist reviews. Some of the best Massage Therapist in Phoenix can be seen from the list above based on the patient feedback.

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A massage therapy includes squeezing and pulling action which helps in flushing out the lactic acid from one’s body, improving the circulation of lymph fluids. This flushing of lactic acid from lymph fluid results in the removal of metabolic waste away from muscles and internal organs, helping lower down the blood pressure and improved body functions.

The frequency of visits should vary depending on your condition. For instance, for the first few weeks the twice a week massages is more than enough. You can increase the frequency of your visits to your massage therapist gradually when the symptoms improve.

Deep tissue massages offer both physical and psychological benefits. Involving a different massage technique, deep tissue massages focus on musculoskeletal issues, such as strains and sports injuries, treats muscle pain, improves body stiffness and helps people unwind mentally.

Both massage therapy and physiotherapy have their own benefits. For instance, massage therapy is often for immediate relaxation of pain and muscle spasms. However, physiotherapy is more focused on muscle rehabilitation and improving joint functions. Therefore, patients must judiciously choose between the two.

Massage therapists treat soft-tissue muscles of the body. Therefore, whenever you’re experiencing any pain in the soft tissues of your body along with other problems such as lower back pain, stress, allergies, skin cancer, muscle weakness, sports injury, etc. you must visit a massage therapist.

Finding a licensed massage therapist near you can be a daunting task. However, you can always look for recommendations from your friends, family members or colleagues who have been to or are still visiting massage therapists. You can also check with your insurance provider about whether they cover the cost of massage therapy. If they do, they will definitely have recommendations. If you don’t find massage therapist on our healthsoul, you can visit www.amtamassage.org

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