- Acupressure MLD Massage LLCGulf View Square Mall
9409 US Highway 19 Space 423
Hudson, Florida 34669
Mon 10am - 9pm Tue 10am - 9pm Wed 2pm - 6pm Thu 10am - 9pm Fri 10am - 9pm Sat 10am - 6pm Sun 1pm - 6pm
TestimonialsI was doing a Google search on Internet and found this location. I was in so…..much pain back, shoulder neck and arm. Had been experiencing this off and on for over two months. I called and they set me up for an appt the same day. I can truly say... Read more »I had numbness in both hands due to 30 years on the computer keyboard. It got so bad I sought help at Acupressure MD Massage LLC. I having feeling back in both hands!!! I highly recommend them! Hand numbness was last modified: August 16th, 2017 by adminI couldn’t even get my left arm behind my back but after massage and some cupping I can now reach the right side in the back. I felt like it was a miracle because I couldn’t do that for over a year. He is very knowledgeable what does. Thank you.... Read more »I couldn’t even get my left arm behind my back but after massage and some cupping I can now reach the right side in the back. I felt like it was a miracle because I couldn’t do that for over a year. He is very knowledgeable what does. Thank you.... Read more »WOW! I can not believe I am able to LOOK UP and see the STARS again! I can turn my head to the left and to the right AGAIN! I have had limited motion for several years because of injuries, including a surgery I wish I did not have!... Read more »
Repetitive stress injuries (RSI) have only increased in recent years, especially with the prevalence of cell phone elbow, texting thumb, and tech neck. These newer conditions can be added to tennis elbow, carpal tunnel, frozen shoulders, and other issues impacting the hands, wrists, elbows and shoulders. If you suffer from any of these conditions, massage is a great treatment option to help get you back to pain-free living. continue reading
In a new study published in the journal Scientific Reports in September 2020, researchers confirmed the parasympathetic nervous system, which relieves the body’s fight or flight response, is physically and psychologically regenerative and is especially activated through massage therapy.
Basically, we all thought massage encourages relaxation and that relaxing activates the parasympathetic nervous system, but these researchers set out to scientifically prove it. continue reading
A staggering number of Americans experience chronic low back pain at some point in their lives, and then spend billions of dollars a year trying to relieve that discomfort.
If you’ve been able to work from home during the pandemic, you’ve probably spent your fair share of time trying to figure out how to set up an office space that doesn’t wreak havoc on your lower spine. And if you’re someone who works on your feet all day, perhaps you’ve experienced some form of low back pain throughout your career. Unfortunately, you’re not alone. continue reading
A survey showed that 48 million inpatient surgeries were performed on health issues that ranged from eye surgery to musculoskeletal surgeries. 80 percent of the people undergoing these surgeries reported that they had some form of postoperative pain, and 10 to 50 percent of these patients then develop chronic pain from the surgery itself. That’s a whole lot of people who didn’t get relief from their pain, even after a surgery was performed that may have been deemed as a correction for the initial pain. continue reading
A survey performed in 2009 showed that 48 million inpatient surgeries were performed that year. Everything from eye surgery to musculoskeletal surgeries were included. And this survey doesn’t even include the millions of outpatient surgeries that were performed. The numbers are staggering. What is even more staggering is that 80 percent of the people undergoing surgery reported that they had some form of postoperative pain. But the scariest statistic of all is that 10 to 50 percent of these patients then develop chronic pain from the surgery itself. That’s a whole lot of people who didn’t get relief from their pain, even after a surgery was performed that may have been deemed as a correction for the initial pain. continue reading