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Massage Therapy

In MBSC’s well-rounded approach to training and wellness we believe optimal recovery and soft-tissue health is a necessary piece of the puzzle. We currently have five Licensed Massage Therapists working out of MBSC’s Woburn location who can help restore your soft tissue quality.

Karen Wood Karen Wood

Licenced Massage Therapist & Personal Trainer (LMT, CPT through NSCA, NASM)

Karen has been a strength and conditioning coach for 12 years and a Licensed Massage Therapist for 2 years. She has been the assistant Strength and Conditioning Coach to Mike Boyle and the Boston University Men's Hockey Team for 5 years and the team's massage therapist for the past year.  Karen believes that strength and conditioning and massage therapy go hand in hand. When there are soft tissue imbalances in the body, it is impossible to work to your full potential, and the combination of strength enhancement and soft tissue massage help remedy these limitations.

 

Karen has studied various course regimens, eventually gravitating more toward injury prevention and overuse patterns focusing on hip, shoulder and back problems. Soft tissue (muscles and connective tissue) work can help with chronic pain, overuse issues, acute injury and speed recovery. Reading a variety of articles written by specialists in specific fields, participating in roundtable discussions with medical and rehabilitation professionals and attending numerous seminars given by experts in the field allows Karen to stay current with research and modalities that focus on the mechanism of injuries and best ways to treat them. 

 

Summer Hours at MBSC:

Tuesday and Wednesday 10AM - 2PM

 

Contact Karen:

E-mail    -   Karen@prep-sport.com

Phone    -  781-789-2450

 

Kevin Carr Kevin Carr

Strength and Conditioning, Licensed Massage Therapy

Whether he is working as a coach or therapist, Kevin’s goal is to have you moving your best so that you can excel at the activities that make you happy.

Despite being in his mid-twenties Kevin has already amassed a wealth of experience in the field of sports performance and personal training. Working with everyone from US Olympians looking for a competitive edge to the Average Joe or looking to shed some pounds and get healthier he has helped countless clients move better and live healthier lives.

In addition to receiving a Bachelor Degree in Kinesiology from The University of Massachusetts-Amherst and a License in Massage Therapy from Cortiva Institute- Watertown he is also credited with the completion of numerous continuing education certifications including FMSSFMANKT Level 1 and 2 and PRI.

He has recently found a specialization in restoring movement patterns in clients with pain and dysfunction and helping them reclaim their active lifestyles.

Kevin owns and operates the MBSC Massage Therapy Clinic, 'Movement As Medicine'

Book an appointment with Kevin

Send an email to Kevin Carr kcarr@bodybyboyle.com

 

Marco SanchezMarco Sanchez

Strength & Conditioning, Lincensed Massage Therapy

Marco is a Strength and Conditioning Coach, Personal Trainer and Massage Therapist at MBSC. Since joining MBSC in 2009, he has been helping everyone from Olympic to High School athletes, and everyday athletes of life with their goals to perform, move and live better.

Marco studied Exercise and Health Sciences at the University of Massachusetts Boston and has a Massage Therapy License from the Cortiva Institute in Watertown, MA.

Marco is also the Head Strength and Conditioning Coach for the Worcester Sharks professional Ice-Hockey team, the American League affiliate of the San Jose Sharks.

With a strong resume of continuing education (FMS, SFMA, NKT, PRI and RockTape), Marco combines various training and treatment philosophies in order to help clients achieve their goals and eliminate pain.

Marco works with Kevin Carr at the MBSC Massage Clinic, 'Movement As Medicine'

Book an appointment with Marco

Send an email to Kevin Carr marco@bodybyboyle.com

 
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