COLLEGE STATION

MASSAGE


C
ollege Station Chiropractic is blessed to have some of the best massage therapists in the Brazos Valley. Plus, we are open Saturday and Sunday (please call during our regularly scheduled office hour to reserve these appointments, thanks!)

Unlike many chain discount massage establishments, you get the entire hour
(not just 55 minutes) for
$65,
there is no need for automatic monthly bank drafts, and we don't upcharge for extras like hot packs and Biofreeze. Plus, our massage therapists have been at CSC for years, so if you really like one, you don't have to worry about them disappearing. We also have AROMATHERPY THERAPEUTIC STEAM BATH - available before or after massage

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  • 'Wonderful Wednesdays' - get over the mid-week doldrums with a relaxing $59 massage - Wednesdays only

All of our massage therapists are skilled in a variety of techniques - deep tissue, Swedish, prenatal, myofascial release. Massage is an excellent adjunct to chiropractic care, or by itself as another means to health and wellness. Our massage therapy team includes:


Chris Girtz, LMT IMG 0157

Chris loves working as a massage therapist because he likes solving problems. Solving musculoskeletal problems are his specialty! He graduated from Austin School of Massage Therapy in 2009 and has worked with a variety of clientele. He especially likes to help those with chronic neck and upper back pain.

Rhonda Sharp, LMT photo

Rhonda has worked in health care for over 20 years. She has received her training and education from the Blinn Vocational Nursing Program, the Austin School of Massage Therapy and the St. Joseph Regional Health Center Clinical Pastoral Education program. She believes the 'whole'person is to be treated during massage;body, mind and spirit. Rhonda incorporates a number of techniques during treatment including Swedish massage, deep tissue, trigger point, stretching and orthopedic massage techniques.

In her spare time, Rhonda enjoys time with her family, her menagerie of pets and providing volunteer grief support.

Susan Bingham, LMT IMG 0196

Susan has been a massage therapist for over eleven years and loves it! She is trained in Reiki, geriatrics, Swedish, myofascial release, and deep tissue massage as well as special techniques to release frozen shoulder blades. Susan feels it is a true blessing to her life to have a profession that can help people relax and take them out of pain. She is a graduate of Texas A&M University, class of 1989. Whoop! She LOVES her Aggie football!! She is a wife, mother to two and grandmother to three.

Cynthia Mills, LMT Cynthia

Cynthia began her massage journey with the hope that she could help reduce stress and thereby bring a little relaxation into the lives of loved-ones with chronic autoimmune disease. Along the way, she discovered she absolutely loves working with clients who have chronic pain and tension patterns. She greatly enjoys figuring out exactly what muscle(s) might be causing the issues and working to release them to provide the client some relief and comfort within their own body again. The most rewarding thing is when a client walks away relieved and relaxed and thrilled to have more freedom in movement. Cynthia looks at each massage as an opportunity to learn something new. She has a particular interest in massage for athletes and is pursuing further education in identifying and treating musculoskeletal issues that can affect an athlete's performance and limitations.