Massage Therapist Miranda Hinkley In Readfield Maine
Are You Struggling With Chronic Pain?
If you or a loved one is experiencing chronic pain, chances are you have many questions going through your mind.
How serious is this?
What is the fastest way I can fix it?
What could have caused this pain?
When was the last time I gave my body a break?
When was the last time my mind fully relaxed?
Hi, my name is Miranda Hinkley and I’m a Licensed Massage Therapist in Readfield, Maine who believes everyone deserves to live a pain-free life.
Unfortunately, many people do not live pain-free. The longer you let the pain go unaddressed, the more severe the pain becomes, and the harder it is to achieve a pain-free lifestyle. It is tragic to see the consequences of not taking good care of the human body; loss of mobility, constant feelings of exhaustion, huge healthcare bills, lack of focus, loss of motor functions and many more.
Since these consequences are significant and create a negative impact on a person’s life, I highly recommend you take immediate measures to find relief from your pain.
I specialize in providing a safe and natural solution to back pain, neck pain, headaches, sports injuries, car accident injuries and work-related aches, pains, and stress – in order to improve your health and lifestyle, without having to rely on prescriptions, injections, or surgery to relieve your pain! I will look at all aspects of what is currently causing you discomfort in great detail and tailor a
Chronic pain can happen to anybody and I believe everyone should be treated equally.
Call to set up a massage today at 207-240-7105.
Doesn’t your body & mind deserve a break? A chance to rest, repair, and recharge so you can continue being incredible? I think so too. I’d love to see how I can help you.
The Big White Barn
169 south road R
The Big White Barn
169 South Road Readfield, ME 04355
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Complimentary Hot Stones
Hot stones are used to help “melt” away those stubborn knots in our muscles. We use them as a massage tool to add heat and gentle pressure to any areas that need some extra help returning to a relaxed state.
Conditions That Benefit From Massage
Massage therapy can dramatically help alleviate pain or even heal many different conditions (though it can not help everything). Here is just a short list of some conditions that benefit from massage therapy and/or treatment massage:
- Bad posture, postural distortions, & functional scoliosis
- Aches & pains
- Neck pain
- Shoulder pain
- Arm, wrist, and hand pain
- Upper & Mid back pain
- Lower back pain
- Hip pain
- Leg and knee pain
- Foot pain
- Tennis elbow
- Chronic pain and chronic fatigue syndrome
- Headaches, migraine headaches and tension headaches
- Jaw soreness, TMJ
- Carpal tunnel syndrome
- Frozen shoulder
- Sciatica and false sciatica
- Strains and sprains
- Sleeping disorders
- Shin splint
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The body is in a constant dance of balancing between the need for stability and desire for mobility.
We all have an expectation that the parts of the body that are supposed to stay mobile will continue to move easily, and vice versa. However, in order for the body to remain both stable and mobile, there must be compromise.
While most of the time the body adjusts for compromise without our faintest attention, over time, tissue pain, muscle knots, spasms, trigger points, and tension patterns can develop as a result of repetitive compromising and compensation.
Massage therapy is essentially the perfect tool to address these problematic compensation patterns.
During a massage the body and mind are relaxed, the nervous system slows down, and feel good endorphins are released. Once the physical body has relaxed, I am then able to feel for the structural imbalances that form the pain symptoms you’re experiencing. Occasionally the compensatory patterns are so deeply ingrained within the body that it requires a systematic “peeling back” of the layers of compensation in order to find the root issue.
For example, pain between the shoulder blades is typically not because of a “knot” you can never quite locate, but instead due to a forward rounding of the shoulders, which is actually caused by tightness in the pectoralis muscles (chest).
You see, pain in the body is rarely ever an isolated occurrence, even a chronic injury will create referral pain in far reaching areas of the body if not properly cared for and corrected.
Because massage has the capacity to impact the physical and mental bodies simultaneously, it is a unique opportunity to draw your attention away from the ever-processing mind and down into the physical body.
The mind is an incredible tool, one that we can use to heal the body when used properly.
Many people live entirely in their minds, ignoring their bodies until there is pain that calls, sometimes screams, for attention. Together we can establish a stronger bond between mind and body and harness the power of the mind to heal the body.