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Ericandre Anjounique

Massage therapy may be used as a treatment for a wide range of medical conditions and situations. Studies of the benefits of massage demonstrate that it is an effective treatment for reducing stress, pain and muscle tension. Some studies have found massage may also be helpful for but not limited to: Anxiety, Digestive disorders, Fibromyalgia, Headaches, Insomnia related to stress, Myofascial pain syndrome, Soft tissue strains or injuries, Sports injuries, and many more. Massage therapy often produces feelings of caring, comfort and connection, which may be beneficial for those experiencing chronic and acute depression as it releases large amounts of endorphins into the bloodstream. Endorphins also enhance the immune system, relieve pain, reduce stress, and retard the aging process. Massage therapists from Massage Therapy Matters (MTM) are all highly trained and provide the patient with the best care possible. Ericandre Anjounique is the founder of MTM and ensures high quality therapists are providing superior services at Empowered Healing Center. MTM can provide both male and female therapist of various specialties.

Founder Ericandre Anjounique is a graduate of Utah College of Massage Therapy in 2005. Ericandre strives for education, understanding, and application of progressive massage therapy sessions with certifications in Usui Shiki Ryoho (Reiki), Tension Release Therapy (PUSH Therapy), Neuromuscular Release (Trigger Point), Carpal Tunnel Syndrome Release, Myofascial Release, and Manual Lymphatic Drainage (MLD). In addition to a capacious study, Ericandre has an Associate’s in medical assistance followed by extensive experience within inpatient and outpatient settings as a Certified Medical Assistant (Orthopedics/Epileptology/Endocrinology), an Electroneurodiagnostic Technician (EEG-Neurology/PSG-Sleep Medicine) and an Anesthesia Technician (Orthopedic Surgery). Ericandre’s desire to elicit dynamic change to the musculofascial system to positively influence homeostasis for optimal function.