Michelle G. Roberts, LMT, founder and CEO, of PSOAS Massage Therapy Offices, P.C. dba/ Dynamics Sports Therapy since May 2000. As a New York State Licensed Massage Therapist for the past 20 years, Ms. Roberts also has experience with the treatment application of Trigger Point Therapy and Myofascial Release techniques on over 2000 patients suffering from orthopedic conditions resulting in chronic pain.
To develop and advance the art, science, and practice of Massage Therapy in a caring, professional and ethical manner. The utmost importance when servicing our patients/clients is to provide quality service. At Dynamic Sports Therapy patients receive three sessions combined for the price of one (Massage, Stretching, and Therapeutic Exercise).
Who becomes a therapist?
Massage is a healing art as well as a science; it requires a balance of anatomical and physiological knowledge, clinical skills, sensitivity, and awareness. Everyone has the innate resources to touch another with care and confidence, however, it takes someone that has a sincere desire to help others, along with a commitment to the time, energy, and focus necessary for the training process in order to become a competent practitioner.
-Provides deep relaxation and stress reduction
-Relieves muscle tension and stiffness and reduce muscle spasms
-Promotes greater joint flexibility and range of motion
-Strengthens the immune system
-Facilitates neuromuscular reeducation
-Provides a relaxed state of alertness
-Reduce mental stress
-Improves ability to monitor stress signals and responds appropriately
-Enhances capacity for calm thinking and creativity
-Satisfies the need for a caring and nurturing touch
-Enable greater ease of emotional expression
-Increases awareness of the mind-body connection
-Provides a sense of unification and harmony
All Dynamic Sports Therapy (DST) patients will receive treatment consisting of DST 6 steps maintenance program. This program is designed to assists patients with maintaining their muscles, body mechanics, and postural alignment of the neuromusculoskeletal system. The therapist teaches patients how to maintain their bodies physically by incorporating stretching techniques, massage therapy, and therapeutic exercise.
Our design of this program will definitely raise the quality standard of a massage therapy session. Since most massages is received in a health care setting, spas, saloon, and hotel only consist of one modality or technique.
Seven Steps to improving your chronic pain and discomfort
-Evaluation and Assessment (ROM testing, manual traction, and muscle testing done by the therapist)
-Active/Passive PNF Stretching (promotes flexibility to joints and muscles)
-Moist heat/ice therapy ( applied depending on chronic or acute condition)
-DST Medical Massage to promotes circulation, alleviate pain, trigger points, muscle spasms, and stiffness.
-Connective Tissue Scraping (detecting and breaking up scar tissue, applied only after your 4th session)
-Trigger Point Therapy (detecting and deactivating trigger points. applied after 4th session)
-Kinesiotaping use for athletics and non-athletic for acute pain, chronic pain, and postural alignment
-Therapeutic Exercise (strengthen phase to weaker muscle groups)
Check out Michelle's Live Radio Interview-10-13-2017
Some insurance accepted. Experts for billing for Medical Massage treatment. We are considered out of network
For interested manufactures and Investor looking to improve there product portfolio . Our new product ideas are available for licensing
Massage work geared towards treating athletics. Used to increase flexibility, range of motion and overall performance
WELCOME TO OUR PRACTICE
To all old and new patients. Due to the effects of the Covid-19 shutdown, our treatment will no longer be in an office setting. Our restructured business plans and treatment are now for corporate out-call services only to medical pain-management facilities.
Massage work that is specific and detailed, tailored to each patients needs. Used for Acute and Chronic neuromusculoskeletal pain
400 Chambers Street Ste 10Y N.Y., NY 10017
Dynamic Sports Therapy
400 Chambers Street
New York, N.Y 10282
18 East 41st Street Ste 1503
New York, NY 10017
Ph: (917) 304-2512
Fax: (212) 213-5097
Mon: 10am - 6pm
Tue: 8am - 2pm, 3pm -7pm
Wed:10am - 6pm
Thur: 8am - 2pm, 3pm - 6pm
Fri: 8am - 2pm, 3pm - 6pm