Chronic Pain Relief and Wellness Center
Acute & Chronic Pain Relief Massage,, Facials, Peels, Waxings, endermologie

About the Practitioners

Michael Bianchi, LMT

Michael graduated from the Onondaga School of Therapeutic Massage in 2009 and it was the beginning of a dream come true.  He has been practicing as a private business owner since 2009 on a part time basis.   Three years ago, he opened his massage practice on a full time basis.

As a life-long student and teacher of the Martial Arts, Michael understands the importance of balancing the mind, body, and spirit.

It is his passion, as well as his goal, for his clients to receive the ultimate healing experience. Michael has an abundance of knowledge in health and fitness, and working with athletes from novice to professional. Deep Tissue Massage, sports treatments and injury relief are his areas of specialty, but Michael can just as well pamper you with relaxation and stress relief. 

Michael is known as "THE Deep Tissue Guy" and is a former Instructor at the School of Massage

 

Alison Campbell, LMT

Alison is a graduate of the Onondaga School of Therapeutic massage in 2014.

She worked in a spa for over a year before opening her own practice here at the Wellness Center.  Her goals include helping people heal from chronic pain and offering instant relief from acute pain. As a sports enthusiast herself, she has a wide range of knowledge in helping athletes at all levels to accomplish their goals as well.

Alison specializes in deep tissue massage techniques as well as treating injuries and is truly a gifted therapist.

 

 

 

Shannon Weiland:  Shannon specializes in deep tissue and sports massage as well as injury treatments.  Shannon has a tremendous amount of knowledge in the field and is a true professional.   Contact Shannon at 585-880-4160

We Now welcome, licensed massage therapist, Nathaniel Sterrett to our Chronic Pain Relief and Wellness Center. Nathaniel also graduated from the Onondaga School of Massage and has been working as a massage therapist since 2009.  Nathaniel is Michael's "Go to Guy"!  Amazing Deep Tissue massage!  

Feel free to contact Nathaniel for an appointment at this location:  585-613-5679.  Also visit his website at nathanielsterrett.massagetherapy.com

 

We are very excited to introduce two new massage therapists to the practice!!   Alice Tylock and Zachary Diodato. you may contact Alice at 585-490-3254  or Zach at 585-766-1677.  Alice and Zach have immediate openings!!

Alice Tylock:

Alice graduated from the Onondaga School of Therapeutic Massage in 2017. She is very passionate about massage therapy and eager to build her practice here at the Chronic Pain Relief and Wellness Center. Her goals include: helping clients manage chronic pain, reducing overall stress levels, and educating clients about the many incredible benefits of massage therapy. Alice uses a blend of Swedish massage and deep tissue techniques to help her clients reach their treatment goals. 

You contact Alice at 585-484-7167  or visit her additional website for more information and on line booking at alicetylockLMT.com 

 


Natalie Masten, Esthetician

Natalie is a licensed Esthetician and offers custom blend facials, waxing, body treatments, and chemical peels. Natalie also offers personal online booking (see contact page for details)  www.estheticsbynatalie.com

 

We are so excited to welcome Dr. John Crawford to the Chronic Pain Relief and Wellness Center!

Dr. John Crawford is a compassionate and enthusiastic healer with a passion for natural healing and wellness. He's a leading expert in conservative care and in his free time he runs an inspirational page on Facebook called, "Wake Up to You Mind" and teaches Kung Fu at his office. Experience the many benefits of his holistic approach to healing including:

Chiropractic Care

Acupuncture

Medical Massage

Reiki 

Shamanic Restoration 

Learn more about his practice at Natural Heath Chiropractic & Acupuncture at www.rochesterchiro.com

Please contact Dr. Crawford at 585-698-9611 for questions and scheduling. 

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