Andrew Kurniawan, CAMTC Cert #881 |
Location: Inland Empire, Orange County, LA County
Chino Hills, CA 91709, USA
Outcalls only. Available within the provider's 20 mile range.
Style(s): Orthopedic Massage Therapy: MET & Manual Therapy; Neuromuscular Therapy: Myofascial Release, Positional Release, Trigger Point Therapy; Deep Tissue Therapy; Swedish/Stress Management Therapy; Stretching Therapy
Hours: By appointment only! Please make advanced appointment!
Fees: Out-call: $65/hr
Description: WELLNESS/STRESS MANAGEMENT MASSAGE brings sympathetic and parasympathetic nervous systems into a state of harmony. The Swedish/Wellness massage provides soothing and calming effects on the muscular and circulatory systems of the body. These effects then enable the body systems to nurture and revitalize, and remove any excess of metabolic waste from overly stressed/exhausted muscular system. DEEP TISSUE THERAPY is suitable for overly active people who are fatigued from over-loaded/used muscles and poor posture. Session is accompanied with stretches and self-care education to maintain post-treatment effectiveness.
Since each client is different in their susceptibility to stress and their perceived level of comfort to treatment, treatment, therefore, is adjusted or customized to what is suitable to client. Clients are encouraged to communicate how and where they are prone to stress, and how they would like to resolve the issue. Treatment would give better outcome when client and therapist collaborate in managing the stress.
Wellness therapy is focused on maintaining a state of equilibrium/balance of sympathetic and parasympathetic system. It is a way to manage excessive stress to its minimum so as to preserve a healthy functioning of nervous system and promote healthy muscle tone and organs functions. Wellness therapy is treated with Swedish massage to recalibrate muscle tone along with proper breathing routine. Swedish massage also promotes better circulation and enhances immune system.
Deep Tissue Therapy
Deep tissue treatment addresses fatigue muscles due to improper posture, psychological and repetitive stresses syndromes. Deep tissue therapy restores muscle imbalance to generates healthy posture and proper muscular functioning
-normalize muscles length
-release fatigued muscles with soft tissue manipulation and active assisted release
-improve range of motion
Prenatal massage shares many of the goals of regular massage • to relax tense muscles, ease sore spots, improve circulation and mobility, and just make you feel good. But it's also tailored specifically to the needs of pregnant women and their changing bodies, and therapists who are trained in prenatal massage adjust their techniques accordingly.
ORTHOPEDIC MASSAGE is intended for athletes who suffer acute injury or chronic strain of activity that has accumulated to the point of diminished performance activities. ORTHOPEDIC MASSAGE specifically addresses the injured joint or muscle and the surrounding tissue. The primary intention of ORTHOPEDIC MASSAGE is to enhance the healing process and to help athletes return to full activity more quickly. It is an effective pain management for acute and chronic muscles conditions caused by trauma and repetitive muscular stress syndromes. It is a natural treatment of muscular conditions that allow the muscle to respond and recover in its own timing. Each condition is addressed specifically according to complaint and feedback from assessment of specific muscle/s. Within ORTHOPEDIC MASSAGE approach encompasses muscle energy techniques (MET) and soft tissue manipulation to restore dysfunctional muscle to a healthy condition: NORMALIZE MUSCLE LENGTH and INCREASE RANGE OF MOTION. Each condition is treated within pain tolerance limit to minimize post-treatment soreness.
ORTHOPEDIC MASSAGE is individually designed according to the type of injury, stage of healing, and severity of injury. As adjunct to ORTHOPEDIC MASSAGE approach, MYOFASCIAL RELEASE, NEUROMUSCULAR THERAPY, as well as LYMPHATIC FACILITATION are used for recovery.
Specific treatment conditions include:
-ITB Friction Syndrome
-Patellar Tracking Dysfunction (Patellofemoral Joint Dysfunction)
-Thoracic Outlet Syndrome
-Rotators Cuff Tendinitis
-Tennis & Golfer's Elbow
-Lower back pain
-Tension & Migraine headaches
-Carpel Tunnel Syndrome
-Osteoarthritis (thumb and fingers)
and other common musculoskeletal problems