Please Be Safe

Cold weather is coming quickly! That usually means icy roads, potential accidents, unsafe conditions, and stress. Not to mention the holidays are approaching as well.
Please, please, please be safe! Leave a little earlier for work, meetings, everything. If you do get in an accident, whether or not it is your fault, please schedule a massage. Do not wait for pain in your neck or back to set in. Do not wait for a year to pass to take care of yourself. It is super important for you to take care of whiplash as quickly as possible. Here is a little fact: It only takes an impact of 10 mph to cause soft tissue damage. Your muscles are your soft tissues. This means a massage therapist can help you tremendously after an accident. We can also bill your MedPay on your car insurance for the services, so there is no reason to not come in and get yourself fixed! This also goes for anyone you know–if anyone gets in a car accident, send them to us, and we will take care of them. (You also get a bonus of $10 off for the referral!)
With it being cold outside, now is a great time to try a hot stone massage. It is so relaxing and soothing. It melts your troubles away. We also have table warmers, so we can keep you toasty during your massage experience.
~Your Under Pressure Therapeutics Team~

One thought on “Please Be Safe

  1. Thank you, Marissa! What great reminders. 10 mph for soft tissue damage? Wow! I’m going to be more mindful on the ice. Another reminder to others (this is true year ’round); joints often ache with weather changes. Our bodies are great barometers! Massage helps a lot to move the buildup of fluids that cause these aches.

    I truly appreciate your high skill level! I will continue to recommend your services to my pain clients.

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