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Inner G: Restorative & Holistic Care, Inc. 

3759 N Ravenswood Ave, Suite 227, Chicago, IL 60613

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It's easy with Inner G

No need to decide between Swedish, Deep Tissue or Sports Massage. 

Each session is tailored to target troublesome areas, stretch and lengthen tight musculature and encourage relaxation.

Massage Therapy

We provide sessions available in 60 minutes, 90 minutes and even 120 minutes

Therapeutic Massage integrates techniques from various bodywork modalities. The techniques applied are designed to treat the body as a whole unit and restore health from deep-rooted musculoskeletal imbalances as well as acute injuries. The goal of our treatment is to create a longer-lasting healing effect and optimistically free our patients from pain in order to maintain a better quality of life.

Modalities & Techniques

We  practice and incorporate techniques from all sorts of modalities including

  • Swedish Massage

  • Deep-Tissue

  • Trigger Point Therapy

  • Shiatsu

  • Table Thai

  • Acupressure 

  • Myofascial Release

  • Medical Massage

  • Aromatherapy

  • Craniosacral Therapy

  • Cupping

  • Sports Massage

  • Lymphatic Drainage

  • Reflexology

  • Muscle Release

  • Neuromuscular Therapy

Massage helps with....

  • Fatigue

  • Headaches [1]

  • Sports Injuries [3] 

  • Soft tissue strain or injury [3] 

  • Rotator Cuff Syndrome

  • Low back pain [1] 

  • Joint Pain

  • Arthritis 

  • Anxiety [2]

  • Fibromyalgia [1] 

  • TMJ dysfunction [3]

  • Carpal Tunnel Syndrome 

  • Neck and Shoulder Pain [1]

  • Post-surgical recovery

  • Frozen shoulder

  • Sciatica

Tools Used to Enhance Treatment

Cupping

There are multiple types of cupping techniques and tools.

Gliding Cupping: Used with oil or lotion to release fascial adhesions. 

Static Cupping: Used to help release tension and stagnant blood

Fire Cupping: Special cup made of glass used with fire to nourish the area with heat

What to Expect

Cupping will be deemed necessary by your therapist. There can be up to 6 cups placed at a time. The cups will be arranged on top of trigger points, knots, or tight muscles. Cup placement may be fixed for up to 10 minutes or less, depending on the coloration of the cupping marks. Cupping marks are normal and can last up to a week. The markings are not bruises, it is stagnant blood that is pulled from the area to allow fresh new blood to nourish the tissues being affected. 

Gliding cupping is used in combination with the therapist's pressure or massage strokes. Fascial adhesions are easily noticeable with gliding cupping and easier to release.  

Pointer Plus

The Pointer Plus is used to detect trigger points, dull tight, knotted tissue and help reduce scar tissue. The tool has two adjustable dials for sensing abnormalities in the tissue and intensity of the current. 

What to Expect

The pointer plus will be used when the skin and deeper tissue layers feel stuck together or there is a lack of blood flow in the area. The therapist will move the tool on the affected area like a pencil and move it across the area in zig-zag motion for up to 10 seconds. The pointer plus will send a continuous electric current of 10 Hz into the muscle. There may be a noticeable sensation, though, it should not be painful. Use is not intended for patients with a cardiac pacemaker, pregnant women, near the heart, directly over or near a recent scar fracture site, over recent scar tissue or new skin or over abrasions or cuts.