Massage Therapy Available at the CCH&WC South Campus

Cow Creek Health and Wellness Center (CCH&WC) now offers massage therapy at the South Campus in Canyonville!

Licensed Massage Therapist Valerie Reneau (LMT #24993) focuses on helping patients with pain management, increasing range of motion, and decreasing overall pain. This treatment can help people have a better quality of life and get back to enjoying the things they could before chronic pain.

Ask your healthcare provider for a referral for massage therapy, then call us t (541) 672-8533 to schedule your appointment today!

  • No referral? No problem! You can still be seen for a massage, but having prior medical information will help determine what type of massage will best fit your needs.
  • No copay for Tribal members!
  • Only a $10 copay for those with a Nesika insurance policy!
  • Children under 18 will need a parent or guardian to accompany them for their first massage.

To prevent medical complications, patients with the following conditions are not eligible for massage therapy:

  • Blood clots
  • Kidney or liver conditions
  • Uncontrolled hypertension
  • A contagious disease
  • Fever or vomiting
  • Intoxication
  • Deep vein thrombosis (DVT)
  • Some cancers

See below for some examples of massage therapy techniques and how they can help you!

Swedish Massage
Typically a full-body, light- to medium-pressure massage, this can help patients get comfortable with massage, lower blood pressure, improve circulation, release tension, and more.

Deep Tissue Massage
Though occasionally full-body, this massage usually treats one to two areas of the body, such as chronic tight muscles, sciatic pain, shoulder, pain, lower back pain, and more.

Hot Stone Treatment
Implemented as needed, this light- to medium-pressure treatment can release tight muscles, improve blood flow, and reduce stress.

Trigger Point Massage
This targeted, deep=pressure massage is used to release tension in knotted muscle fibers.

Prenatal Massage
This light full-body massage can relieve pain in the lower back and body, improve circulation in legs, relax tension, and improve sleep in pregnant women.

Lymphatic Drainage Massage
A very light full-body massage intended to improve lymph circulation, reduce swelling, lessen migraines, and improve fibromyalgia flare-ups.

Myofascial Release Massage
A firm- or deep-pressure massage that targets connective tissue to improve muscle tension, increase range of motion, and relieve stiffness.

Resisted Stretching Massage
Implemented on extremities to the tolerance of the patient, this treatment increases range of motion, reduces pain in tight muscles, and helps frozen shoulders  and chronic hip pain.

Cross-Fiber Friction Massage
This firm, targeted massage is used to break down adhesions in muscle fibers.