Welcome to WiseTouch, LLC

Massage & Fascial Stretch Therapy

(804) 591-7947

About Me

Deon McCutchen

Certified Massage Therapist and Fascial Stretch Therapist practicing in the Northern Virginia. 


In my practice I like to use a variety of modalities to effectively produce superior relaxation, increase mobility and decrease pain.

 

My goals as your Massage Stretch Therapist is to put your needs first by creating a treatment plan tailored to your individual needs, helping you to feel better as soon as possible. 


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Massage Services

Deep Tissue

Deep Tissue Massage reaches deeper layers of muscles. It is used to break down knots and relieve pressure points throughout the body. This massage is beneficial for athletes and those who sit for long periods of time. 

 

Swedish

The goal of Swedish Massage is to melt away muscle tension and increase the blood flow to your heart. Swedish Massage is extremely therapeutic as it decreases muscle toxins, increases oxygen levels in the blood, and improves flexibility in the body. 

 

Cupping

Hot Stone Massage is often paired with Swedish Massage. Stones are heated and used with oils to sooth, warm, and massage your muscles. This allows your body to relax and release tension and stress. 

Other Services

Fascial Stretch Therapy (FST)

FST is a type of stretching that targets not only muscle, but the connective tissue that surrounds muscles, bones, and joints. Utilizing traction, FST releases restriction, increases flexibility, mobility, and circulation as well as increase performance and recovery in a painfree treatment.

RockTaping

Rocktape can be used to treat sports and non-sports injuries, including shin splints, plantar fasciitis, runner's knee and back pain. Rocktape microscopically lifts the skin away from the muscle and fascia below, creating a decompressive effect.

Rock Blading

Rock Blading is an advanced manual therapy treatment technique which can be used for relieving different areas of pain throughout the body affected by chronic pain or sports injuries. Rock blading uses two pieces of metal, one that is called a Mallet and another that's called a Mullet.

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WiseTouch, LLC

Alexandria, VA 22315, US

(804) 591-7947
deon.mccutchenlmt@gmail.com

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