Albany, New York: (518) 438-0505

Skin Deep: The Benefits of Massage Before Plastic Surgery

Now offering massage in Albany

At The Plastic Surgery Group, we take pride in improvement. Our chief goal is to improve the lives of our patients. But we, too, are constantly striving to innovate and refine our services by incorporating the very latest techniques, treatments, and products. This is especially true at Spa One at The Plastic Surgery Group, our on-site medical day spa, as the science behind anti-aging treatments rapidly evolves. However, our latest offering doesn’t come from a modern-day laboratory, but instead dates back to ancient civilization. I’m talking about massage, and I’m thrilled to say we provide this therapy at the spa.

We offer the following options to suit a variety of needs:

  • Spa One Signature Massage aka Swedish Massage  – 30, 60, or 90 minutes ($65, $105, $145)
  • Aromatherapy – 60 or 90 minutes ($120, $150)
  • Reflexology – 30 minutes ($70)
  • Hot Stone – 75 or 90 minutes ($135, $180)
  • Deep Tissue – 60 or 90 minutes ($130, $175)
  • Sports Therapy – 60 or 90 minutes ($125, $160)
  • Pregnancy – 60 minutes ($125)

Whether you’re considering breast augmentation, facelift, or tummy tuck plastic surgery in Albany, massage therapy can be a wonderful addition to your surgical plan when recommended by a board-certified plastic surgeon. According to the American Massage Therapy Association, massage relaxes muscle tissue before surgery, increasing circulation. Poor circulation raises the risk for blot clots and other complications. After surgery, massage promotes the healing process by targeting pain and inflammation.

Aside from the physical benefits, massage is also a wonderful option for my patients who may experience anxiety due to the natural nerves that sometimes come along with plastic surgery. It’s a great way to ease your mind and ensure you get the very most out of your procedure.

To find out more about our massage menu, call the spa at (518) 944-2096 or feel free to contact us online.


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