The Non-Opioids Prevent Addiction in the Nation Act, the "NOPAIN Act" (H.R. 5172/S. 3067) will help increase patient access to massage therapy through using non-addictive, non-opioid approaches to pain management.
Join AMTA and add your voice for congressional support of the NOPAIN Act, and ask that the Act be included in any forthcoming relief package so Americans have access to nonpharmacological therapies sooner than later. Please write your representative and senators, urging them to help increase patient access to massage therapy.
We will continue to engage with federal, state and local officials advocating for resources that impact massage therapists during the COVID-19 crisis.
Thank you for your support of massage therapy!
UPDATE: May 18, 2020
TEXAS DEPARTMENT OF LICENSING & REGULATION
Clarification of Massage Therapy Services Allowed
Under the Executive Order GA-23 issued by Gov. Greg Abbott on May 18, 2020 massage therapy establishments, massage schools, and other places where massage therapists may practice their trade may reopen immediately!
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Who We Are
Integrative Massage and Body Therapy was founded by Evelyn Davis, Licensed Massage Therapist, in 2014.
Our mission is to provide therapeutic alternatives to repair, restore and relax the body, mind and spirit. We strive to maintain the highest quality of care and provide a healing environment for our clients while continuing to expand our practice to integrate various techniques.
Evelyn became an LMT and Medical Massage Therapist after she herself suffered for 2 years from a “pinched” sciatic nerve which radiated pain down her left leg into her big toe. After a serendipitous meeting with a massage therapist who helped free her from pain, she trained to become a Licensed Massage Therapist at KeKino Massage Academy in Plano, Texas and has been practicing ever since.
Evelyn creates an atmosphere of trust and confidence by first listening carefully to each individual’s concerns. Then using a holistic approach to identify contributing factors to their discomfort she blends techniques to help clients regain mobility and flexibility with the goal of ultimately living pain-free.
As a massage therapist Evelyn is trained in several techniques including medical massage, myofascial release, sports massage, craniosacral therapy, trigger point massage, lymphatic massage, reflexology and Swedish massage, blending these modalities into a personalized session designed to help restore your over-all well being.