Welcome to Sama सम
I use clinical massage to support the healing of chronic pain, injury, movement dysfunction, and stress. Sama is Sanskrit for balance. Isn't it about time we found yours?
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Why are you here?
People find their way to massage for a variety of reasons. At Sama Therapeutics, I work with clients looking to move and live pain-free. You may have chronic pain, posture deviations, or an old injury that you just can't kick. Let's explore together.
Athletes, artists, and others looking to boost their physical performance will also find a home at Sama. From triathletes and weekend warriors to classical musicians, artists, and dancers, I've got your back (and the rest of your body too).
The body work I’ve received from Adam over the last few months has been life altering. I came to him with several injuries to my shoulder and before the first massage was even finished I knew I’d be coming back. He has a unique ability to combine his knowledge of physiology with his intuition and is always listening. Adam helped me to turn a sharp corner with my rehab and I’m grateful. Can’t recommend him highly enough.
What is clinical massage?
Clinical massage is an approach to massage therapy that focuses on pain-relief, soft-tissue rehabilitation, and your body's overall well being.
The cornerstone of my approach involves relaxing the nervous system and releasing the muscular system to give you profound, lasting results. Myofascial release, triggerpoint release, and nueromuscular massage techniques make the magic happen.
These modalities are designed to release scar tissue and muscle knots, long-standing posture distortions, and old injuries. You'll move with greater ease in as little as one session.
There is no one-size-fits-all approach to massage. I will never follow a routine or sequence. I will listen to both your story and your body to determine what we work during your session at Sama.
Neck, shoulder, back, hip, or knee pain
Chronic pain conditions or fibromyalgia
Tendonitis and tendonosis
Carpal tunnel and plantar fasciitis
Stubborn injuries or knots
Post surgery restriction and tightness
Rotator-cuff problems and impingements
TMJD, whiplash and more
Performance and Recovery
Enhance results from Physical Therapy
Supplement your Chiropractic care
Keep your body loose for a quicker, easier recovery
Boost blood circulation
Release knots to increase range of motion
And much more
Amazing: Very intuitive, extremely professional. Perfect amount of pressure to be therapeutic. He cured my calf strain which had been making walking and running difficult for several weeks. Have been highly recommending him to everyone I know!!
-Tara, Physical Therapist
Massage can be so much more than temporary relief. My goal is for you to experience real, lasting results.
-Adam DeVito (LMBT NC#18956)