Soulstice — Inspiring Wellness
Soulstice peri-operative and massage therapy raises the industry standard of care. We create physician alliances.
We've developed a client-centered pre and post surgical treatment to facilitate healing. We call it Peri-operative Therapy. Gentle manual techniques will assist in the healing process and have proven helpful in reducing recovery time, softening scar tissue, alleviating pain and reducing swelling and bruising.
Soulstice therapists are highly skilled in many soft tissue techniques to meet a variety of client needs from Health Maintenance to Injury and Accident Recovery. We customize your therapy focusing on your symptoms and helping you recover faster or just maintain your optimal levels of health.
Building Relationships for Life®
At the core of who we are is relationships that we build each and every day. We may touch a client’s life once, or for years – through many phases of life. The depth and breadth of our client relationships and healthcare referral sources help define who we are.
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There are many ways in which oncology massage has been proven to help mesothelioma patients, and others living with, or in recovery from cancer. From reports from individuals to organized academic studies, the proof is overwhelming that massage can provide relief in a number of ways regardless of where you are in your cancer journey.Read More
Medical Massage Therapy by Soulstice is one of the most powerful treatments available for Capsular Contracture – the most common complication of breast augmentation surgery.Read More
People who choose to enhance their body with elective cosmetic surgery do so to improve their appearance and quality of life. After determining what body, breast or facial procedure is best for them, a client will often consult with a few surgeons to select the best fit for them. They are eager to have their outward appearance match how they feel on the inside.Read More
Cosmetic plastic surgery is an industry in need of skilled therapists to help people cope with their surgical recovery. According to the American Society of Plastic Surgeons, 14.6 million cosmetic plastic surgery procedures were performed in the United States in 2012. In addition, 5.6 million reconstructive plastic surgery procedures were performed last year. These surgeries are typically divided into three main categories: face, breast and body.Read More