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Medical Thai Acupressure Therapy

PainRelief159 # The Professional Service in the Safety & Comfort in Our Newport Beach Location & in service of Your Own Home or Office for promote your health & wellness.

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What is FSA & HSA ?

You may be wondering about Massage Coverage under your  insurance plan—specifically, paying for your massage with a Health Savings Account (HSA) or Flexible Spending Account (FSA). It’s actually extremely common, as there are countless health benefits of massage therapy

Let’s dive into the world of healthcare to explain how you can pay for massage therapy through your health insurance plan.(See in Client Resources page)

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Benefits of Massage

Massage is Good Medicine.

Find 25 Reasons to GET A MASSAGE


1.    Relieve stress

2.    Relieve postoperative pain

3.    Reduce anxiety

4.    Manage low-back pain

5.    Help fibromyalgia

6.    Reduce muscle tension

7.    Enhance exercise performance

8.    Relieve tension headaches

9.    Sleep better

10.  Ease symptoms of depression

11.  Improve cardiovascular health

12.  Reduce pain of osteoarthritis

13.  Decrease stress in cancer patients

14.  Improve balance in older adults

15.  Decrease rheumatoid arthritis pain

16.  Temper effects of dementia

17.  Promote relaxation

18.  Lower blood pressure

19.  Decrease symptoms of Carpal Tunnel Syndrome

20.  Help Chronic neck pain

21.  Lower joint replacement pain

22.  Increase range of motion

23.  Decrease migraine frequency

24.  Improve quality of life in hospice care

25.  Reduce chemotherapy-related nausea

                      -American Massage Therapy Association-


Vansida "Alexis" Sanklang 


  • California Certified Professional Massage Therapist

  • Advanced Neuromuscular Massage Therapist & Health Educator.

  • Medical Massage Practitioner

  • Licensed Thai Traditional Medical Practitioner

  • Member of American Massage Therapy Association

  • Member of Thai Traditional Medical Council 

  • Certified Manual Lymphatic Drainage Therapist

  • Breast Cancer Rehabilitation Massage Therapist

Do You Have Chronic Pain?What is Chronic Pain?


Chronic pain is a complex condition characterized by persistent pain that lasts for an extended period, typically beyond the normal time it takes for an injury or illness to heal. It is often defined as pain that persists for at least three to six months. Chronic pain can result from a variety of factors and underlying conditions, and its causes are not always easily identifiable. 


Here are some common explanations and contributing factors for chronic pain: 

  • Underlying Medical Conditions: such as arthritis, fibromyalgia, multiple sclerosis, neuropathy, migraines, or inflammatory bowel disease. These conditions can cause ongoing pain and discomfort. 

  • Nerve Damage: Nerves play a crucial role in transmitting pain signals to the brain. In some cases, nerve damage or malfunction can lead to chronic pain. Conditions like neuropathy, nerve compression (such as in carpal tunnel syndrome), or nerve injuries. 

  • Central Sensitization: This refers to a process in which the central nervous system becomes hypersensitive to pain signals. Even after an initial injury or illness has healed, the nervous system may continue to perceive pain.  

  • Psychological Factors: Emotional and psychological factors, such as stress, anxiety, depression, and past traumatic experiences, can influence the perception and experience of pain. These factors can exacerbate pain or make it more challenging to manage. 

  • Inflammation: Inflammatory processes in the body can cause or contribute to chronic pain. Conditions like rheumatoid arthritis, inflammatory bowel disease, or certain autoimmune disorders can lead to ongoing inflammation and pain. 

  • Structural Abnormalities: Structural issues, such as herniated discs in the spine, degenerative joint or disc diseases, or abnormalities in bone or muscle structure, can result in chronic pain. These abnormalities can put pressure on nerves or cause chronic inflammation. 

  • Lifestyle Factors: Certain lifestyle choices and habits can contribute to chronic pain. Factors like poor posture, lack of exercise, obesity, inadequate sleep, or unhealthy diet can worsen pain symptoms. 


It's important to note that chronic pain is a complex and multifaceted condition, and the causes and mechanisms can vary greatly from person to person. Treatment approaches often involve a multidisciplinary approach, including medications, physical therapy, psychological support, lifestyle modifications, and complementary therapies, depending on the underlying causes and individual needs. It is recommended to consult with a healthcare professional for an accurate diagnosis and personalized treatment plan. 

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