MASSAGE THERAPY is one of the oldest forms of natural health care. Its medical value has been recognized from the earliest days of history to the present. Massage can enhance the general health and well being for people of all ages. Everyone can benefit from a professional massage.


Relieves pain, stress and anxiety
Relaxes muscles and improves joint mobility

Promotes well-nourished and healthy skin

Improves blood and lymph circulation

Lowers blood pressure
Improves postures

Hastens the elimination of toxins from the body

Improves immune system functioning

Quiets and soothes the nervous system

Combats the negative effects of aging

Improves energy and alertness
Assists in the repair of injured and damaged tissue

Assists in the repair of injured and damaged tissue

Reduces inflammation

Alleviates problem conditions such as tension headaches, muscular back pain and repetitive motion injuries

Eases some of the many stresses of pregnancy

Reduces the pain and severity of many specific conditions such as carpal tunnel syndrome, temporal mandible joint dysfunction (TMJ) and sciatica

Compliments other health care such as physical therapy and chiropractic

Restores a calm mind and feeling of well-being 



Everything possible will be done to insure that your massage therapy is positive and rewarding. Prior to treatment a brief questionnaire and medical intake is completed to determine the type of massage therapy best suited for your needs. If massage therapy is prescribed for a specific condition by a medical doctor, the cost of the treatment may be covered by your health insurance. All information provided is strictly confidential.
A single treatment may consist of one type or massage therapy or a combination of several types. The massage therapies practiced are Swedish Massage (the most common, consisting of long strokes, kneading, vibration, friction and percussion techniques); Medical Massage (consisting of a concentrated, localized treatment for a specific condition); and Deep Tissue Therapy.

Treatments are either half hour or full hour sessions. You will be asked to undress in private and drape yourself with the towel provided. Although it is more effective to manipulate the body's tissues if the client is unclothed, you may remain partially clothed if desired. During the massage you will be lying on a comfortable heated massage table and you will be draped with a sheet and towel. Only that part of your body being massaged will be undraped to insure that your modesty is respected at all times. Quiet, relaxing music is played during the treatment. Please feel free to report distractions of any kind, whether form physical discomfort, room temperature, volume of music, or any other source. After the massage, you are allowed a brief period to relax and dress in private. Exercises to maintain and improve your physical condition may be demonstrated and recommended as required.

Inclusive of the actual physical health promote by massage therapy, there is above all a positive, harmonious feeling of wellness. In today's world it is a rare gift to have a full hour devoted entirely to oneself simply to relax and ease the tension and pain held within. If you of someone you know would like to experience the rewarding benefits of massage therapy by a professional massage therapist, or if you would like more information, please contact us today.


In light of these health benefits, massage therapy is a legitimate and vital health service that should only be practiced by one who has attended an accredited massage school and is a member of a professional organization such as the American Massage Therapy Association. 

Nancy M. Isola
Nancy attended the Pennsylvania Learning Institute and is a Professional Massage Therapist whose specialties include medical massage, chair massage, and reflexology.


Milford Therapeutic Massage
311 West Harford St.
Milford, Pa. 18337

Telephone: 570-296-5006






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