Change the Way You Feel


While a medical massage is still a relaxing experience, the main goal of a medical massage is to target specific inflammation or injuries you may be dealing with to help you heal. It's a medical approach to working on the soft-tissue in the body with the goal of improved health at it's core. Absaroka Pain and Rehab in Bozeman, MT offers a wide variety of massage treatments that can reduce the aches and pains you're feeling and help you live a more comfortable life.

To begin your healing journey at our Bozeman, MT wellness center, schedule a medical massage therapy appointment by calling us at (406) 587-8446 today.



At Absaroka Pain and Rehab, our massage therapists tailor every massage to each patient's specific medical needs. No two massages are the same. Our therapists can target different pain and treat certain injuries through specialized massage techniques, like...

  • Deep tissue massage
  • Swedish massage
  • Lymphatic drainage massage
  • Pre-natal massage
  • Craniosacral therapy
  • Cupping
  • Guasha
  • Essential oils/CBD
  • Corporate chair massage

Each treatment is personalized to focus on your specific problem areas and the underlying issues that are creating them. Contact us in Bozeman, MT to learn how medical massage therapy can help you.

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