Hybrid Health offers a variety of services to cater to our clients unique needs.
Justin Kobbe Solace:
60 Minutes – $84
30 Minutes – $50
15 Minutes – $30
Tammey and Caitlin:
90 Minutes – $105
60 Minutes – $75
30 minutes – $40
Corrective Exercise: Specialized training for chronic pain and injury
30 Minutes – $40
Postural Assessment: Inquire to learn more
30 Minutes – $50
Health Coaching: Inquire to learn more. Plans are created to meet client specific needs.
Manual therapy is defined as the skilled passive movement of joints and soft tissues and is the core of our work. Hybrid Health therapists employ a wide variety of bodywork techniques to create the most effective and efficient care. We all have received massage such as Swedish, Deep Tissue, or Trigger Point therapies. Hybrid Health therapists employ any and all techniques as required to best treat their individual client.
Corrective exercise is the opposite side of the coin. Muscular imbalances, postural issues, and aberrant movement patterns can—and often do—lead to discomfort, pain, and in the worst-case scenarios, injury. After strength and movement deficits have been identified, the body is taken through a series of movements and exercises in an attempt to overcome them. In combination with manual therapy and stretching the clients body assumes efficient posture and decreases pain and likelihood for injury. This process is begun in the therapist office and then taken over by clients in home.
Myofascial release (or MFR) is a soft tissue therapy for the treatment of skeletal muscle immobility and pain through manipulation of the body’s fascial structure (more information on fascia can be found here). This approach to the body aims to restore proper shape to the myosfascial structure creating a resilient body and allowing for a return to optimal strength and posture.
Sports massage is defined as a collection of massage techniques performed on athletes or active individuals for the purpose of aiding recovery, treating pathology, or increasing performance. A variety of massage techniques and facilitated stretches are performed to balance muscle length, increase joint health, decrease recovery time, and increase speed, endurance, and strength.
Structural Integration utilizes any of a number of bodywork techniques intended to reorganize and integrate the body in relationship to gravity by manipulating soft tissues and/or correcting inappropriate patterns of movement. This returns balance to the body and nervous system decreasing pain and increasing function.
Prenatal massage is therapeutic bodywork that focuses on the special needs of the mother-to-be as her body goes through the dramatic changes of pregnancy. It enhances the function of muscles and joints, improves circulation and general body tone, and relieves mental and physical fatigue.
Intra-Oral massage is a safe and effective manual technique that works on muscles both inside and outside the mouth, neck and throat. It is an effective treatment for patients who suffer from mild to moderate TMJ dysfunction, excessive jaw tension, headaches/migraines, chronic ear congestion, tinnitus, and chronic face and neck pain.
Myofascial Cupping is decompression therapy to help with tissue pliability, nerve irritation, and fascial restrictions