Cheri Nelson, NCTMB
Cheri Nelson received her certification from Rasmussen College in 2008. Cheri has received training in a number of massage techniques including therapeutic, relaxation, deep tissue, trigger point, sports, and seated chair massage. Cheri received her national certification from the National Certification Board for Therapeutic Massage and Bodywork.
“I hope that you consider massage as a tool to help you maintain a healthy lifestyle! Together we can make a difference in your quality of life.”
- 1 Hour $75
- ½ Hour $40
Massage hours are Tuesday and Thursday 7:30 a.m. – 1:30 p.m. and Wednesday from 3:30 p.m. – 9:00 p.m.
Massage therapy can be a great part of your wellness plan
At Team Health Care Clinic, our primary emphasis is incorporating therapies that work with the body to strengthen and heal. Treating the “whole person” by removing imbalances causing disease and illness supports the innate ability your body has to heal itself. This philosophy is integral to helping our patients actually become healthier by using a drug-free, non-invasive approach.
Our primary emphasis is incorporating therapies that work with the body to strengthen and heal. Treating the “whole person” by removing imbalances causing disease and illness supports the innate ability your body has to heal itself. This philosophy is integral to helping our patients actually become healthier by using a drug-free, non-invasive approach.
One of the primary benefits of massage therapy is to reduce stress. A growing body of scientific evidence shows that therapeutic massage can have profound effects on your health physically and emotionally. Massage therapy can be a powerful adjunct to your wellness plan for a number of reasons:
Reduces Stress – Massage activates the parasympathetic nervous system and triggers a relaxation response.
Relieves Pain – Removes toxins and metabolic waste from fatigued and injured muscles. Reduces spasm and cramping by increasing blood flow to affected areas. Massage releases endorphins which is your body’s natural pain killer, and is used to relieve pain from chronic illness, injury, and recovery from surgery.
Promotes Healing – Massage promotes blood flow and increases circulation to muscles, tissues, and organs allowing oxygen and vital nutrients to enter and stimulate the healing process.
Increases Joint Flexibility – Stretching and relaxing muscles allows for greater range of motion in joints.
Increases Immune Response – Massage strengthens the body’s defense system by increasing the flow of lymph to help remove toxins and by helping to facilitate the production of the body’s natural killer cells.