Naturopathic Massage – currently unavailable – Dr. Darcy Ries
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Naturopathic Massage - currently unavailable

In addition to naturopathic specialties, I am also certified in multiple forms of body work to assist in healing, pain management, and injury care. These can be an integral part of your overall health program and can be combined with multiple other methods of care.

Pain Management & Injury Care

For muscle aches and pains, therapeutic massage can be an integral part of healing and recovery. This includes techniques of myofascial release, trigger point therapy, Swedish, deep tissue, and shiatsu styles of bodywork. Reiki therapy can also be integrated for patients desiring an energetic approach to healing.


ATMAT stand for Arvigo Techniques of Maya Abdominal Massage® – a blend of traditional Maya healing and modern bodywork utilizes specific techniques to correct the position and health of the pelvic and abdominal organs. Useful for digestive complaints, anxiety, incontinence, and many female health conditions such as painful periods, irregular periods, fibroids, PCOS, endometriosis, fertility support, and menopausal symptoms.

Naturopathic Manipulative Therapy (NMT)

This form of physical medicine incorporates manipulations of spinal segments or joints to address neck pain, back pain and sports injuries, restoring range of motion and relieving pain.

Osteopathic Techniques

Neuromuscular Re-Education


The use of gentle electrical current is frequently used in physical therapy to control pain, decrease muscle spasm, reduce swelling, and speed tissue healing and recovery. It is most helpful for injuries and muscle spasm.


This is a taping technique using specialized material that does not restrict normal range of motion. Depending on how the tape is applied it can either relax tightened muscles or facilitate engagement in weak muscles, working to support the targeted area, alleviate pain, reduce inflammation, and prolong the benefits of manual therapy applied in office.

Therapeutic Exercise

Specialized exercises may be prescribed for you to release contracted muscles, increase muscle strength, correct posture, improve range of motion, or enhance balance or coordination.

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