Therapeutic Massage by Lucy

14683 Midway Road #205, Addison

$64.50 for One 90-Minute Neuromuscular-Therapy Massage at Therapeutic Massage by Lucy ($120 Value)

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After an optional postural assessment, the massage therapist decreases pain with a healing neuromuscular-therapy massage

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14 ratings12 reviews
Rating of 5 out of 5 stars
September 8, 2022
I feel better after one time with Lucy, my pain is reduced, she is very informative, know what she is doing . Thank you Lucy
55 ratings21 reviews
Rating of 1 out of 5 stars
August 16, 2022
Very disappointing. I should had left after she mistakenly text me instead of her friend “shit, she is coming 😟” This was one of the worst experience I ever had, she talked non stop about herself and the 1.5 hours massages was more like 15 minutes of putting pressure on my neck and complaining how her hands are swollen. Just terrible - misleading and a very unpleasant experience.
3 ratings3 reviews
Rating of 2 out of 5 stars
August 15, 2022
Does what she wants, not the request of the client
2 ratings2 reviews
Rating of 5 out of 5 stars
March 5, 2022
She has magical hands and goes right at all your problem spots. Someone like her is hard to find, and I can tell after being treated by many others all these years. Experience shows. Thank you Lucy
15 ratings8 reviews
Rating of 5 out of 5 stars
November 4, 2021
Definitely go see her!
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About This Deal

The Deal

  • $64.50 for one 90-minute neuromuscular-therapy massage ($120 value)

Lucy Dean, LMT, NMT, MMT. MT036278

Most Popular Service: Massage/bodywork to treat pain/problems
Brands Used: None, I use my hands & occ. olive oil
Reservations/Appointments: Required
Established: 2005
Staff Size: 1 person
Parking: Parking lot
Pro Tip: Be prepared to explain where pain & problems are & what your activity is.

Q&A with Lucy Dean, LMT, NMT, MMT, Neuromuscular Therapist

Sometimes the little things make all the difference. Do you bake any supplementary services into your main services?

Generally, area specific work is done with my hands & fingers. Occasionally oil with lavender & peppermint is used

Do you use any products or brands you’re particularly proud of? What makes them uniquely effective?

No products

What’s the most common beauty mistake you see people make? What would you recommend they do instead?

I do not work in the beauty or spa industry

Is there anything else you want to add that we didn’t cover?

Treatment sessions are individualized, using several modalities, including mainly Neuromuscular Therapy, Myofascial Release techniques, Trigger Point, CranioSacral, & Reiki. Neuromuscular therapy is defined in the student manual at the Academy of Somatic Healing Arts as:

“Neuromuscular Therapy (NMT) is a scientific theory based on recognized physiological laws and associated principles. The goal of NMT is to achieve homeostasis between the nervous and musculoskeletal systems. It combines the scientific applications of properly applied pressure, gentle ranges of motion and stretches for the purpose of relieving pain, normalizing muscle tone, restoring postural balance and achieving restorative benefits for the entire system”.

This is from a brochure I created:

Neuromuscular Therapy sessions are a little bit different than a typical massage session. Your therapist will assess you by means of your complaints, history, medical diagnosis, injuries, activities, and by taking measurements. Testing may include evaluating your posture, range of motion, muscle strength testing, observing how you walk, visual assessment, measuring your hip height and pelvic alignment, and by how your muscle tissues feel. Communication with your therapist is very important before, during, and after treatment.

Neuromuscular therapy techniques are not experimental. Many years of research have been devoted to this work. Although different than a general massage, your treatment sessions may consist of Swedish massage, gentle ranges of motion and stretching, myofascial release, heat or cold applications, slow gliding strokes, various pressures, and NMT protocols. Treatment will include a plan of care for that session, and any continued care. Problems may resolve in one treatment, or may need several sessions. Care is goal-outcome oriented. Suggestions may be given for exercises or stretching for you to do, modifications for your work station, or vitamin/nutritional supplementation. It is also very important to drink water after NMT work has been done, as some of the work is deep tissue and can facilitate tissue detoxification. Water helps to flush this out.

Certifications include Neuromuscular Therapy, Medical Massage, Sports Massage.

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