What is Myofascial Cupping

Myofascial Cupping has received a lot of publicity lately for its use in sports therapy. The public is starting to realize it’s more than energy work, but a legitimate form of clinical rehab.

Video of Tate Hardcastle and the team at Keystone Body Therapies

Video: Tate Hardcastle and the Team at Keystone Body Therapies

Check out Tate Hardcastle and the team at Keystone Body Therapies in our latest promotional video. Our work goes by many names: myofascial therapy , medical massage, structural integration — it’s all about aligning the body for good posture and aligning it with gravity. What that means for you is getting rid of pain and maximizing performance.

Free Massages for Runners at CHAMP 5K

Sports Massage for Runners at the CHAMP 5K

Keystone Body Therapies will be offering sports massage this weekend (September 15th, 2018) to runners at the CHAMP 5k. This is a great charity that raises awareness and funding for childhood cancer research.

Post Surgery Effects of Massage

Ask anyone who gets massages regularly why they do it and many answers will be the same; “I have back pain”, or “It helps me handle my stress”, are the most common drivers for bodywork. But what about after a surgery? Could massage be beneficial to the healing process after an often drastic medical procedure?

Cleft Lip and Massage

Craniofacial anomalies such as cleft lip and cleft palate affect 1 in 700 babies every year, and are the fourth most common birth defect in the US. These medical anomalies are facial and oral malformations that occur very early in embryonic development, and in most cases the cause is unknown.

Therapeutic Massage to Ease COPD

Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease, or COPD, is a very common issue in America. It is a progressive disease which makes it increasingly difficult to breathe over time. Massage is making leaps and bounds in how it is used to treat diseases such as COPD. Throughout the progression of this disease there are different modalities that can help bring you some relief and increase your ability to breathe.

Is It Carpal Tunnel Syndrome?

Recent studies have shown that 85% of carpal tunnel cases are not true cases. Much more prevalent is a condtion called thoracic outlet syndrome (TOS).