Healing Hands

of Somerset

Massage for Fibromyalgia

Dianne Gooch

Dianne Gooch

Hi, My name is Dianne Gooch, and I'm a Licensed Massage Therapist, and owner of Healing Hands of Somerset. My career as a massage therapist has led me down many paths in a hollistic approach to health care, ranging from easing injuries and helping to manage pain to providing important relaxation and stress relief. I would like to discuss with you how massage can be used in conjunction with your doctor's treatment plan with Somerset Rhemutology. Massage can be a valuable addition, fostering long-term relief from the pain associated with Fibromyalgia.

Fibromyalgia is a debilitating chronic condition, but don't be discouraged. When we consider that fibromyalgia is defined as a chronic disorder of the muscles and soft tissues, that's a place where massage helps the most. Massage can relieve nagging symptoms, such as muscle pain, fatigue, tender spots in the body, and other chronic problems. Massage can also improve your ability to achieve deep, restful sleep, so that you wake up feeling refreshed and nourished, rather than tossing and turning aimlessly. Wouldn't you love to wake up fresh in the morning, ready to face the day?


Happy Thanksgiving Month!

Be Thankful for all you have been blessed with! For the month of November I will be doing a pecan pie massage the scent of fresher baked pecan pie complete with hot stone therapy as well as a warming pecan foot scrub on the feet and for the finish a hot pecan scrub on the back with relaxing hot towels. After your massage enjoy tea and fresh muffins in the infrared sauna.

Call or text 859-304-1900 for a appointment!

Benefits of massage for Fibromyalgia:

  • Fosters relaxation and better sleep.
  • Improves circulation, lymph drainage.
  • Improves Range of Motion.
  • Allows increased muscle tone.
  • Studies show massage helps ease pain.

info@healinghandsofsomerset.com 534 Ogden St. Somerset KY 42501 (606) 271-4114