If you are suffering from pain or injuries, regardless of the specific location, the best way to know what’s going on with your body is to come in for an appointment. Every body is made up of interconnected parts, so when one area hurts the pain could be stemming from a system of checks and balances caused by a seemingly unrelated area of your body.
Jody knows how to get to the root of each individual’s issue(s) using her 27 years of experience combined with her extensive knowledge of the body and intensive (and ongoing) training.
Get relief from chronic pain and injuries
While Jody works with many athletes, anyone suffering from common problems such as the following can benefit from her therapeutic massage techniques such as neuromuscular trigger point release therapy:
- Low back pain
- Hip pain
- Neck stiffness/pain
- Shoulder pain
Even if you’ve tried massage before, it’s worth scheduling an appointment with Jody. You’ll recognize the difference in her bodywork.
What Jody’s clients are saying
“Jody at the Human Touch is an experienced and knowledgeable therapist. She is extremely well trained to understand the human body and uses deep tissue massage to provide relief from many ailments. I recently started seeing Jody more often during my chemotherapy treatments. This has helped tremendously to get me through the weeks where I am experiencing the fatigue and aches. Jody is extremely professional. I have and will continue to recommend her to family and friends.”—Anne R. (from Yelp)
“I found The Human Touch over 20 years ago after a neck injury. I have been a very regular client ever since. Jody’s expert deep massage has kept me going. She is very professional and welcoming. She frequently attends additional training to expand and deepen her skills. I definitely recommend Jody of the Human Touch.” —Sharon M. (from Yelp)
Where does it hurt?
Let Jody help you find relief. Schedule your session by calling (309) 369-6970. Or contact Jody to learn more about how she can help reduce your pain and speed up the healing process.
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