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Massage therapy is an essential service in Wisconsin

Massage therapy and acupuncture are essential services for health and wellbeing. We’re grateful that the State of Wisconsin recognizes this. In fact, the Safer at Home order specifically includes these services in its list of essential healthcare operations. Resolution Health Collaborative will continue to stay open to provide massage and acupuncture to our clients. 

You can see the list of essential businesses that can remain open under Wisconsin’s Safer at Home order here:

Essential healthcare businesses include Chiropractic, Acupuncture, and Massage Therapy.

Resolution Health practitioners chose massage therapy as a career because we care deeply about your wellbeing–your physical and mental health. In this time of uncertainty, we want to do our part to help you stay healthy, calm, and well.

I know many people are facing uncertainty and added stress right now. In addition, while we all practice safe social distancing to keep our loved ones and community safe, the resulting isolation and lack of physical contact takes a toll on our bodies and psyche. 

You may feel this added stress in your body, especially in tight shoulders, back pain, neck pain or headaches. You may have new pains from working in less than ideal locations — like at your couch or the dining table. Massage and acupuncture can relieve these symptoms.

Physical activity will also help. Even though we had to temporarily close our fitness center, our instructors will provide online sessions for our members. More information and a schedule will come soon. 

Private acupuncture appointments are also available on Fridays.

I encourage you to call or email our office to check availability for appointments so that you can relieve your pain and stress. (You may need to answer some screening questions, and you can ask me about our safety standards as well.)

Call at (608) 443-7048 or email “relax (at)” to make your appointment. However, if you have traveled out of state or are ill, please wait 14 days before coming to our office.