Massage and Bodywork

Rosetta Koach, LMT, ND


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Types of Massage & Services
Massage / Bodywork
Custom Massage--Mix of Styles**
Acupressure Massage
Craniosacral Massage Therapy (CMT)
Deep Tissue Massage
Infant Massage--Parent Training
Lymphatic Massage
Myofascial Release
Neuro-Muscular Therapy (NMT)
Polarity (Energy Massage)
Pregnancy Massage
Somatic Re-education
Sports Massage
Swedish Massage
Strain/Counter-Strain Massage
Trigger Point Massage
Naturopathic Medicine
Exercise Therapeutics
Range-of-Motion Stretches
Microcurrent Therapy
Naturopathic Manipulation

Sports Injuries

Need for Treatment

Any sports injuries that you walk away from can be helped to heal faster with a treatment of massage, microcurrent, and homeopathy.  It is recommended that you schedule your first treatment within six to twelve hours.  This can help take the shock out of your body and start your healing time.  As long as your body is in shock, it does not heal as efficiently.  Clinical experience has shown that massage and microcurrent can cut your healing time down to a third. 

Specific nutrients are needed by the body for the healing process.  I can help you with nutritional counseling of foods and supplements that support the healing process.  Psychological counseling can also help with stress.

To prevent sports injuries, get a massage that finishes 30 minutes before event.

Treatment options

  • Massage
  • Microcurrent
  • Homeopathy
  • Nutritional counseling
  • Psychological and educational counseling
For treatment of sports injuries
Contact Rosetta Koach, LMT, ND
Phone: 503-628-6357
Pain (Acute and Chronic)
Car Accident Injuries
Prevention or healing of sports injuries
Sprains, strains, and other injuries
Muscle pain
Rheumatic conditions
Nerve pain, numbness, and tingling
Joint pain
Lymphatic congestion
Tension headaches
Carpal tunnel syndrome
Frozen shoulder
Irritable bowel syndrome (IBS)
Parkinson's disease
Stress Relief
Chronic Fatigue
Every senior
Every infant
Need for safe touch