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What to Expect for Your First Time

Upon Arrival

Please make certain you have completed your intake form prior to arrival.


Please click  "Intake Form 1" for TMJD Clinical Intra-Oral Massage:  


Please click "Intake Form 2" for Active Lifestyle & Pain Management:


Please click "Intake Form 3" for Swedish/ Deep Tissue: 


Advanced Care Massage doesn't currently have a dedicated receptionist, however Louisville Lifestyle Medicine will say hello, and tell you where the restroom is located. Our building has two waiting areas and you may sit where you like. Feel free to use the facilities prior to your treatment. 


If you are not wearing loose-fitting clothing, you may need to remove it for your comfort, but ultimately, your comfort level is the most important factor to consider. Your therapist will step out for a moment, allowing you to disrobe (to your comfort level) and lay onto a table underneath the top sheet and blanket. During your massage, your therapist will only uncover the areas of your body they’re working on.


The session is a customized session focusing on specific parts of your body. And remember, your comfort matters. Feel free to talk with your therapist as much, or as little, as you wish.

It’s important to try and relax your mind and muscles during your treatment. Breathe normally and try not to tighten or contract your muscles. Maintain open lines of communication with your therapist if you’d like to provide feedback on their pressure or techniques.


When your treatment  is complete, your therapist will wait outside while you dress. When you’re ready, please open the door so we may enter. You may feel a little disoriented after the treatment, which is completely normal. 

Client is fully clothed laying on the massage table face up with one knee bent with the foot flat on the table. Amber the Massage Therapist and owner is assisting the client. Amber is facing the client on the side with the bent knee. Her left hand is placed on the clients left knee and her right arm is cupping the left hip. The is a technique that is used to help hip mobility.
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