$45.00 per appointment
(each appointment is up to 30 mins.)
You may be surprised to learn that your chronic sinus headaches may not be coming from your sinuses but may actually be the result of pain referral from muscles in your head and neck creating sinus pain. Some of these muscles can even create nasal congestion, or a runny nose.
Between nasal congestion and discharge, facial pain, fullness, pressure, and headaches, sinus pain can make you feel pretty lousy.
Sinus pain and congestion are usually caused by seasonal allergies or the common cold. Some people, however, experience repeated bouts of sinus pain and congestion and chronic inflammation around the sinus structures and tissues.
About Sinus Massage Treatments
Massage helps promote drainage from the sinuses and ease congestion, as well as, assisting in loosening up the small sinus muscles that may find themselves contracted due to sinus pressure and swelling. In a "Sinus Massage Treatment," you can expect the following:
Frontal sinus massage:
A massage of the frontal sinuses that are found in the center of the forehead, right above each eye.
Maxillary sinus massage:
Maxillary sinuses are located on either side of the nose, below the cheeks, but above the teeth.
Sphenoid/ethmoid sinus massage:
The sphenoid sinuses can be found on the side of the skull in the sphenoid bone, between the eyes and behind the nose.
The ethmoid sinuses are located in the ethmoid bode, that divides the nasal cavity from the brain.
Micro Massage to the lacrimal sac and the nasolacrimal ducts:
Located from the eye to both sides of the nasal cavity.
A massage of the musculature of the throat may be necessary depending upon the patients sinus drainage and condition.
.Heat Therapy with Essential Oils:
Each massage involves heat therapy to assist in relaxing the various muscles and may or may not involve essential oils dependent upon the patient's tolerance.
PLEASE NOTE: if you have been diagnosed with a contagious illness or are having flu-like symptoms, please seek medical attention and refrain from making an appointment until you have been cleared by your physician.