Adams Myotherapy & Massage

Myofascial Trigger Point Therapy  
and Massage Therapy

Adams Myotherapy
& Massage
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Interactive Pain Management with Trigger Point Therapy  

A functional approach to pain management through trigger point therapy and relaxation through massage therapy.

 Phone: 724-787-5915


Available in Greensburg

 Adams Myotherapy & Massage
579 Feightner Road
(Off of Slate Run Road)
Greensburg, PA 15601

By Appointments:

Wednesday (Morning Only)

Also at 579 Feightner Road: Healthy Thoughts, Better Life
Helen Keegan-Geroux, LPC

American Reflexology
Kerri Croushore, RRP

Gift Certificates are Available


What Happens During My Session?

Myofascial Trigger Point Therapy involves your participation.  In trigger point therapy, you will be positioned upon the table according to what muscle groups the therapist is testing or treating.  You may be asked to move against resistance or to breathe a certain way.  Do not expect a passive session.  You will move, stretch, and interact with the therapist the entire time.

To begin, we’ll perform a postural evaluation.  Is your neck pulled to one side?  One shoulder held higher than the other?  Are your hips properly aligned? 

Back Pain
A Safe and Effective Treatment
 for Back Pain

In addition to postural analysis, we’ll test the range of motion of your muscles.  If movement is restricted, the muscles controlling the affected area are palpated to locate the “trigger point.” 

Your therapy is informed by your medical history, as well as your physical culture – the job you perform, the sports you participate in, even your daily activities.  Each has a significant impact on pain and dysfunction.

Relaxing Back MassageYour pain is then relieved through techniques of compression, myofascial release, corrective tissue biomechanics, and muscle energy techniques.

During your session, you will be fully clothed.  However, shorts and t-shirts are ideal as the therapist will need access to your skin for some myofascial techniques.  Jeans and more restrictive clothing simply make movement, and therefore treatment, more difficult.

Massage Therapy is more about relaxation. The therapist gently moves you or tells you what is needed throughout the session (such as turning over).  Many people just close their eyes and completely relax.

Most massage techniques are traditionally performed with the client unclothed; however, you may decide what amount of clothing you prefer to wear for your own comfort.  You will undress in privacy, lie on the table, and cover yourself with the sheet.  You will be properly draped at all times to keep warm and comfortable.  Only the area being worked on will be exposed.

Do My Medical Conditions Make a Difference?

Yes.  For that reason, the therapist asks general health questions.  It is very important that you inform the therapist of any health problems and diagnoses you have or any medications you are taking. 

If you are under a doctor’s care, it is strongly advised that you receive a written recommendation for massage or trigger point therapy prior to any session.

About the Therapist

Brynn A. Adams  LMT, CMTPT  Licensed Massage Therapist, Certified Myofascial Trigger Point Therapist   Brynn has practiced massage therapy since 2001 and is a graduate of the Pittsburgh School of Pain Management.  She is licensed in Massage Therapy (MSG004625) by the Pennsylvania State Board of Massage Therapy and is nationally certified in Myofascial Trigger Point Therapy by the Certification Board of Myofascial Trigger Point Therapists, having accumulated 650 hours of training.

She is currently pursuing further education in bodywork and medicine.

“It is important to maintain your emotional, mental, and physical well-being.  Allow massage therapy and trigger point therapy to assist you in reaching your full, healthy potential...”                                                
                                                          -- Brynn A. Adams

Brynn A. Adams has participated in the CranioSacral Therapy I workshop offered by the Upledger Institute, Inc., an innovative healthcare organization that offers continuing education courses to medical professionals worldwide.   

The course is designed by osteopathic physician John E. Upledger, who developed CranioSacral Therapy and has taught the technique internationally.   CranioSacral Therapy is used to detect and correct imbalances in the craniosacral system, which may be the cause of sensory, motor or neurological dysfunction.  

The craniosacral system consists of the membranes and cerebrospinal fluid that surround and protect the brain and spinal cord.  It extends from the bones of the skull, face, and mouth -- which make up the cranium -- down to the sacrum, or tailbone area.   

The therapy has been successfully used to treat headaches, neck and back pain, TMJ pain, chronic fatigue, motor coordination difficulties, eye problems, and central nervous system disorders.  For more information on CranioSacral Therapy, you may contact the Upledger Institute at 800-233-5880.

Service Area

Adams Myotherapy & Massage serves clients in Westmoreland and Allegheny counties, including the communities Latrobe, Greensburg, Irwin, Murrysville, Monroeville, North Huntingdon, Pittsburgh, and more.  Please don’t hesitate to call us at 724-787-5915 to make an appointment at the location nearest you.

Links of Interest

Ewer Specific Chiropractic  
Healthy Thoughts, Better Life
Pittsburgh School of Pain Management
Upledger Institute, Inc.
American Reflexology

Women's Business Network
Blackburn Center (Against Domestic and Sexual Violence)
Women's Law Project
Girls Coalition of Southwestern Pennsylvania
Seton Hill University’s E-Magnify
Chatham University 

Angela's Angels (Prom gown donations)

Animal Advocacy:
The Animal Friends of Westmoreland
Rescue Ink
Humane Society of Westmoreland County
Pet Friends, Inc.
Pet Adoption League Yukon PA
Pet Finder  (Locate shelters and rescue groups in your area)
Coalition for Animal Justice

In Its Place (Help getting organized, personally and professionally)
CME Websites (website development)

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