Rhylan Lakes, CMT

Massage Therapist located in Tustin, CA

Meet Rhylan Lakes, CMT

Hello, I am the Massage Therapist at OC Medical Tustin. I have completed an 800-hour massage therapy training program and am continuing my training in the Advanced Neuromuscular Therapy Program at National Holistic Institute. This consists of an additional 450 hour of advanced level training. Because so many individuals suffer from pain, I wanted to incorporate this advanced training into my practice. Advanced Neuromuscular Therapy is also called trigger point myotherapy. The American Academy of Pain Management recognizes this form of massage therapy as an effective treatment for pain caused by soft tissue injury.

I got into this field to help facilitate healing in one’s own body through the power of touch. Being active and having played volleyball when I was younger first brought me to massage therapy. I had a lot of shoulder pain and low back pain from my arms always being overhead or throwing myself to the ground for the ball. Getting a massage once a week helped to rehabilitate my injuries. Then once we had gotten my body back to homeostasis, once-a-month massages helped to prevent further injury, keeping me at my peak performance. Therefore, massage is something that I truly believe in and have personally experienced as a tool for reducing pain and enhancing performance.

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Hello, I am the Massage Therapist at OC Medical Tustin. I have completed an 800-hour massage therapy training program and am continuing my training in the Advanced Neuromuscular Therapy Program at National Holistic Institute. This consists of an additional 450 hour of advanced level training. Because so many individuals suffer from pain, I wanted to incorporate this advanced training into my practice. Advanced Neuromuscular Therapy is also called trigger point myotherapy. The American Academy of Pain Management recognizes this form of massage therapy as an effective treatment for pain caused by soft tissue injury.

I got into this field to help facilitate healing in one’s own body through the power of touch. Being active and having played volleyball when I was younger first brought me to massage therapy. I had a lot of shoulder pain and low back pain from my arms always being overhead or throwing myself to the ground for the ball. Getting a massage once a week helped to rehabilitate my injuries. Then once we had gotten my body back to homeostasis, once-a-month massages helped to prevent further injury, keeping me at my peak performance. Therefore, massage is something that I truly believe in and have personally experienced as a tool for reducing pain and enhancing performance.


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