Kay Warren, LMBT #6258
Medical & Orthopedic Massage
 
 
   
 

Kay Warren

Kay Warren LMBT #6258
Medical & Orthopedic Massage
Nationally Certified Medical Massage Therapist

NCBTMB Approved Provider of Continuing Education #411

Earnst Chiropractic Clinic
231 Baker Rd.
High Point, NC 27265
336-207-5147 cell
336-434-4600 office

New Class Scheduled !

Healing Plantar Fasciitis, 8CE

Class will be held Saturday Sept 27th, 2014 at Miller-Motte College in Cary. Call to register, 919-532-7171.

Cost, just $125 ! See the Events section for more details

New Healing Plantar Fasciitis class scheduled in Wilmington! October 25th, at Miller-Motte College. Contact me directly for sign up, more details on the Events page.

 

I have been practicing Orthopedic & Medical Massage since 1984. For 30 years, my job has been to help people get their lives back, often after serious accidents, injuries, or surgery. Much of my work is centered on deep tissue and fascial therapy, surgery prevention, and chronic pain relief. Scientific muscle testing and range of motion tests determine exactly which muscles are affected, and how. Orthopedic and Deep Tissue therapies like Trigger Point, Muscle Energy Technique, Active Isolated Stretching, and Sports techniques are used to help your body release restrictions and holding patterns, allowing it to move the way it should.

Primary therapy modalities include Medical Massage, Deep Tissue Therapy, Trigger Point Release, Muscle Energy Technique, Active Isolated Stretching (AIS), Neuromuscular Re-Education, Soft Tissue Release, Sports Massage, and Reflexology. I've worked with Plantar Fasciitis, Carpal Tunnel Syndrome, Thoracic Outlet Syndrome, Chronic Low Back Pain, Chronic Myfascial Pain Syndrome, Fibromyalgia, Multiple Sclerosis, and more.

I expect my clients to feel relief in their very first session. Sometimes there is a little soreness, but they should feel a noticeable reduction in pain, and improvement in the quality of their movement. If I can't get consistent and significant improvement in 3 sessions, I'll do my best to send the client to someone who can.

I'm pleased to accept clients at:

Earnst Chiropractic Clinic 231 Baker Rd. High Point, NC 27263
336-434-4600 ofc. 336-207-5147 cell


You don't need to be a patient of Dr. Earnst's to work with me.

What do all the letters mean?

LMBT - Licensed Massage and Bodywork Therapist. This is the North Carolina designation for a Licensed Massage and Bodywork Therapist. I received my license in April of 2006, and I'm currently accepting clients at Earnst Chiropractic Center in High Point. You do not need to be a patient of Dr. Earnst's to set up an appointment.

NCMMT - Nationally Certified Medical Massage Therapist. The gold standard for Medical Massage Therapists. Extensive testing on Orthopedic muscle testing and evaluation, case studies, advanced anatomy, kinesiology, Manual Therapy, Therapeutic Stretching, Neuromuscular Re-education and Pathology. Devised and administered by the Medical Massage National Certification Board (www.mmncb.org). As of June 2006, only 1100 Massage Therapists nationwide hold this designation.

NCTM - Nationally Certified in Therapeutic Massage (An entry level certification required for my NC License.)

CHt - Certified Hypnotist

EFT-ADV - Certificate of Completion in Emotional Freedom Techniques - Advanced level.

 

I am a member in good standing with:

ABMP - Associated Bodywork and Massage Professionals

IHF - International Hypnosis Federation

 

Reputable continuing education providers in orthopedic and medical massage include:

Judith Delany-Walker - http://www.nmtcenter.com

Aaron Mattes, Active Isolated Stretching - http://www.stretchingusa.com

Whitney Lowe - http://www.omeri.com

The Upledger Institute - http://www.upledger.com/home.htm

David Kent - http://www.davidkent.com/

Myofascial Release (John Barnes) - http://www.myofascialrelease.com

James Waslaski - www.orthomassage.net

Art Riggs - http://www.deeptissuemassagemanual.com

 

 

Legal Disclaimer

I am a Massage Therapist of more than 30 years experience. I did my EFT training in 2004, and finished my Hypnosis Certification in 2005. I am not a Medical Doctor, or a Psychologist of any sort. Massage Therapy, Hypnosis, and EFT are considered "Complementary Care" and are not designed to replace competent medical or mental health care. You are encouraged to speak to your preferred medical or mental health professional regarding the use of Massage Therapy, Hypnosis, or EFT. Under no circumstances (other than significant allergic reactions) should you change medications or alter dosages without consulting the professional who prescribed them.