550 Westcott # 340, Houston, TX 77007, US
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Olympic Champion Carl Lewis - Gold Medal Atlanta 1996

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WHAT makes Neuromuscular Therapy different?

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What makes us different?

 

Here are some reasons to pick Massage Therapy in Houston:


           Our focus


Most of our clients get Neuromuscular (clothes on) therapy. Our goal is to CHANGE THE TIGHTNESS IN YOUR MUSCLES. Our clients come to us in order to solve a problem, so that's what we have learned to do!


             Stability


After  working in the same office since 1993 and a helping thousands of  clients in Houston, there is not much we haven't  seen. Most of our  clients see us to resolve a specific area of concern,  but we can also  provide excellent relaxation therapy.
 

Alphabetical list of areas we have helped:


Ankle pain,
Auto accident tightness,
Back pain,
Calf pain (lower leg),
Carpal tunnel,
Foot pain,
Frozen shoulder muscle tightness,
Golf elbow ,
Hamstring (upper leg) tightness,
Headaches,
Hip pain,
Industrial accident muscle tightness,
Knee pain,
Low back  pain,
Post polio syndrome tightness,
Post surgery muscle tightness,

Post surgery pain,
Pregnancy tightness (pre and post),
Range of motion (ROM) limitations,
Rotator cuff (shoulder)  pain,
Sciatica pain,
Shoulder pain,
Sprained ankle pain
Stress / tension tightness,
TMJ (Jaw) pain
Tennis elbow,
Whiplash tightness,


            Reputation


Many  clients have used us as their massage therapist for over twenty years.  We have regular clients who drive in from Seabrook, Sugarland, Katy,  Kingwood, Spring and Conroe. Below are some references. You can also  visit our Testimonal page.
 

Rell Tipton, Vinson & Elkins                                         (first service - 1990)
 Dr. Jack Jensen                                                                   (1990)
 Coach Tom Tellez, U of Houston Track coach    (1993)
 Carl Lewis, Olympic Champion                                  (1993)
 Leroy Burrell, Olympic Champion                           (1993)
 Evelyn Lewis, 1952 Olympian                                   (1995)
 Mr. John Mecom, Jr.                                                        (1996)
 Jim Rodevich, Strictly Golf                                         (1999)
 Mary Beth Aspromonte                                               (2003)
 Danny Crowley, PGA profesional                          (2004)
 Milan Jamrich, World Champion High Jumper
 (60 - 65 age group)                                                          (2011)
 Franky Mosier, ATP tennis doubles                      (2012)
 Jackie Areson, 5K World Championships
 finalist                                                                                         (2012)
 Becky Wade, U.S. Olympic Marathon trials          (2015)
 Jarrett LeBlanc, U. S. Olympic Marathon trials  (2015)

Samiyah Samuels, Long Jump Gold Medal,

Pam Am games                                                                        (2015)
 

Our therapists have worked at major athletic events including:
 

The Track and Field World Championships in

Stuttgart, Germany (1993)
 and Gothenberg, Sweden, (1995)
 The Goodwill Games, St. Petersberg, Russia, (1994)
 The Atlanta Olympic Games, (1996)
 The US Olympic Trials (2000)
 The U.S. Clay Court Tennis Championships, Houston, TX (2011)
 

                          Consistency


We  have been in the same office building on Westcott Street near Memorial  Park since 1993. We all take a personality assessment to insure  we are  compatible in the work place. We take a long term view of how  maintain a  happy working environment. We are all sole practitioners, but  we  wanted to create a TEAM concept so you can feel the healing energy  in  our office as we provide Neuromuscular Therapy in Houston.


Our  primary therapy style is the clothes on technique called  Neuromuscular  Therapy. Instead of rubbing across the skin, we do  "compression  massage" on your tight muscles, which provides more focused  relief yet  stays within your comfort level. Of course, we can also do massage with  lotion/oil.
 

         If you BOOK an hour, you GET an hour!


Some  massage businesses  schedule your appointment for an hour, but you only  get 45 to 50 minutes  of therapy. With Massage Therapy Houston, whether  you schedule 30  minutes or  90 minutes of therapy we  make sure you  get THERAPY for your  whole session! (Disclaimer:  If you are late for your session, we will  still attempt to give you  the whole time, but we need to honor the time  of our next client.)  


             Client testimonials (See more on our Testimonial page).


"Mr.  John Rodriguez has been providing massage therapy for my wife and  me  for approximately twenty five years. During this time his associates   have also occasionally provided us this service. All of them have been   professional, courteous and proficient in performing their services.   Both John and his associates have been responsive with appropriate   therapy as our needs have changed from time to time. We have been happy   to refer a number of friends to both John and his associates. All of   those so referred have expressed their satisfaction with their positive   results."      - Drew R.
 

Dear  John: Thank you for making me functional again! You helped me get  better quicker, and my family thanks you for all that you do. Keep on  making a difference, you are a bright star! Catherine T.
 

John!  I felt better after the therapy. Thanks for your service. And, I will  tell my coach you said hello.  Kerron, Clement, U S Olympic Gold  Medalist (4 x 400) and Indoor 400 M world record holder.
 

                      LOCATION:  


550 Westcott St. # 340, Houston, TX, 77007
5 story office bulding Inside 610 Loop, near Memorial Park. Cross streets are Feagan and Blossom.


                                                             713-861-2411
 

                                     Mon - Fri 8 AM to 7 PM & Sat 8 AM to 4 PM


Types of payment  for in office Neuromuscular / Massage Therapy:  Checks, cash, MasterCard/Visa, Discover, American Express. No cash payment for out calls.
 

Neuromuscular / Massage Therapy sessions:

30 minutes: $50

45 minutes: $75

60 minutes: $95

75 minutes: $120

90 minutes: $135

120 minutes: $175

Outcall rates vary by zip code. Please see our Outcall page    

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What else?

 

Online gift certificates available!
 

What else is different?
 

Since  we are a team Sole practitioners sharing the same office space, we  can  provide you with BETTER AVAILABILITY and  SAME DAY APPOINTMENTS!
 

We train together so you can expect a similar focus regardless of which therapist provides your massage therapy.
 

What Makes Neuromuscular Massage Therapy Different? 

We communicate during your massage session so the therapy is within your desired comfort level.
 

We  do advanced study of Anatomy and Physiology. This helps us understand  which tight muscles might contribute to your area of concern. neuromuscular therapy

John, Mrs. Lewis, Carl Lewis and Ellen

John, Mrs. Lewis, Carl Lewis and Ellen

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Your therapy choices

Swedish

 Since our Neuromuscular training requires a more in depth study of anatomy and physiology, when we do a Swedish massage, we believe we can provide better relief than other therapists.  Swedish Massage is extremely therapeutic as it decreases muscle toxins, increases oxygen levels in the blood, and improves flexibility in the body.  

Neuromuscular Therapy focuses on your pain area.

Combo Therapy

 Combo therapy uses both Neuromuscular (NMT) and Swedish techniques. We usually start with NMT and finish with some relaxing therapy. Plan for a longer session so we can provide both experiences. 

Neuromuscular Therapy

This clothes on technique comes from teachings about myofacial release. Since we don't use oils/lotions, you keep on comfortable clothes during your session. Plus we keep extra t-shirts and running shorts available if you are in business or cold weather dress.  You should also know that most NMT clients come in to address a specific problem, which means we may only need work on one or two areas of concern.