Therapeutic Massage Modalities

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Chronic Pain
Lyme Disease
Tick Born Illnesses
Cancer
Stress/PTSD
Headaches/Migraines
Post Surgical Discomfort
Complex Medical Conditions
Striving for Health & Well Being

In conjuction with your present medical treatments, therapeutic massage may provide additional relief and healing.

Experience based outcomes indicate Therapeutic Massage:

  • Is safe and effective
    • Reduces pain
    • Provides relaxation and calmness
    • Helps lower blood pressure
    • Helps prepare a client for surgery
    • Prepares the lymph system for healing
    • Relieves the physical side effects of treatment such as nausea, pain, and fatigue
    • Reduces stress, anxiety, and depression
    • Engages a patient’s active participation in the healing process
    • Provides periods of pleasure and peace

    Oncology massage is highly individualized. Patti Corscaden, LMT, has special training in oncology massage, a unique combination of gentle hands-on therapies, which can enhance healing while it promotes relaxation and well-being at all stages of the cancer journey. As Patti explains: “I look at the client as a whole person so that I can fully understand how I can support that person’s health and healing at every stage of the cancer journey. ”Patti learns all she can about a client’s medical history, with detailed questions about diagnosis, medications, surgeries, and treatments. She often speaks with her clients’ doctors. Every session with a client includes time for conversation, so she can assess what the client needs that day and how she can provide the most help. During the massage, she receives further guidance from the body itself. Cancer massage supports and enhances conventional treatments, and provides a calming oasis of peace and wholeness that stay with a client long after a session has ended.

    Therapeutic Massage has been found helpful for patients with Lyme disease and Tickborne Illnesses. As a former Lyme Disease patient, Patti understands the complexities of the disease and co-infections. For more information, please visit Midcoast Lyme Disease Support and Education website at: http://www.mldse.org

    Patti offers Massage Therapy for Comfort at End of Life and Caregiver Support. Visits are available in the comfort of your home, in clinical settings, assisted living facilities and hospitals, as well as her studio in Newcastle, Maine.