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Massage Therapy

Massage, Flexibility & Exercise


Personalized Assessment

You can tell us your symptoms and what you want to achieve, but your body will communicate a more complete story.

The first step in facilitating treatment at Tri-Covery is always a Therapeutic Needs Assessment. Your recovery therapist will take the time to get to know you, learn about your athletic or injury experience and take you through some basic tests to determine exactly what your needs are. Your therapist will then create an individualized recovery plan that addresses those needs and may include a combination of massage and flexibility therapies.

We encourage you to ask questions. We want you to understand how the suggested therapies work and how they can benefit your body and help you achieve your recovery goals.

Tri-Covery Therapies

Fascial Stretch Therapy

There are a limited number of Fascial Stretch Therapy® (FST) trained therapists in the nation, but you’ll find many of them at Tri-Covery. Tri-Covery is one of the few recovery facilities that has sent therapists to the Stretch To Win Institute for training and certification in this revolutionary new therapy. This unique manual therapy technique is being sought out by pro athletes, weekend athletes and individuals suffering with chronic pain for its amazing results. Ask us how Fascial Stretch Therapy® (FST) can help you. Learn more about Fascial Stretch Therapy® (FST).

RockTape- KinesiologyTherapy

It’s all about helping you move better, improving performance and relieving pain. Over half of our therapists are certified with the use of RockTape in Functional Movement Techniques (FMT) at the FMT Performance level. It isn’t just about the tape; it’s about applying it correctly. Learn more about RockTape® – Kinesiology Therapy.

Deep Tissue Massage Therapy

This form of therapy, which applies slow, firm pressure to release muscle tension is similar to Swedish massage but the focus is on the deepest layers of muscle tissue, tendons, and fascia (the protective layer surrounding muscles, bones and joints).   This type of massage will work out "knots" from stressed, overworked muscles and connective tissue (fascia) to alleviate immediate pain, as well as chronic joint and muscle pain.  It also promotes faster healing by increasing blood flow and reducing inflammation.  Tri-Covery has some of the best elbows in the business :)

Cupping Therapy

Cupping therapy is an ancient form of alternative medicine in which a therapist puts special cups on your skin for a few minutes to create suction. People get it for many purposes, including to help with pain, inflammation, blood flow, relaxation and well-being, and as a type of deep-tissue massage.

IASTM (Graston)

Instrument assisted soft tissue mobilization (IASTM) is a popular treatment for myofascial restriction. IASTM uses specially designed instruments to provide a mobilizing effect to scar tissue and myofascial adhesions. Several IASTM tools and techniques are available such as the Graston® technique

Percussive Therapy

Massage guns offer what's known as percussive or vibration therapy. This type of massage provides rapid bursts of pressure into the body's muscle tissue (hence the rippling effect of massage guns) as its head oscillates back and forth.

Corrective Exercise

Corrective Exercise is a technique that leverages an understanding of anatomy, kinesiology, and biomechanics to address and fix movement compensations and imbalances to improve the overall quality of movement during workouts and in everyday life.


Lymphatic drainage massage

Lymph drainage massage has become a popular form of massage due to its potential health benefits. This specialized approach focuses on the lymphatic system, which is part of the immune system. This type of massage aims to help the body maintain proper blood circulation, body fluid balance, and immune functions..


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