Massage Therapy

Treat yourself to a massage.

To relieve stress and muscle tension, enhance healing and promote overall wellness consider massage therapy.

Massage therapy services are available Tuesdays 7:30 a.m. - 12:30 p.m., Thursdays 5:30 - 9:00 p.m. and Saturdays by appointment only.

RoJene Brown a Licensed Massage Therapist from Columbus, has been practicing massage therapy since 1996. 

A variety of types of massages are offered including: 
  • Cranial Sacral
  • Deep Tissue
  • Hot Stone
  • Infant
  • Myofascial Release
  • Prenatal
  • Reflexology
  • Relaxation
  • Sports
  • Therapeutic 

Table Massage - 30 minutes - $35
Table Massage - 60 minutes - $60
Table Massage - 90 minutes - $80

Gift certificates are available for purchase at the Columbus Community Hospital main registration desk. For more information or to schedule an appointment, call 920-623-6466.

Benefits of Receiving Massage Therapy 
  • Reduction in heart rate Lower blood pressure
  • Increase in blood circulation and lymph flow
  • Relaxation of muscles
  • Improves range of motion
  • Increased endorphins (enhancing medical treatment)
  • Releases stress and muscle tension
  • Alleviates discomfort during pregnancy
  • Fosters faster healing of strained muscles
  • Reduces pain and swelling
  • Reduces formation of excessive scar tissue
  • Provides greater joint flexibility Helps relieve tension-related headaches
  • Treats musculoskeletal problems Rehabilitation post-operative and after injury
  • Reflexology (foot massage) for diabetes patients


Massage Therapy Q & A

What is my first appointment like?

Your massage therapist will begin by asking some general health questions to determine if massage is appropriate for you. Your massage will take place on a table especially designed for stability and comfort. For a full body massage, most people undress completely, though you may choose to wear underwear. You are warmly draped at all times, except for the area being worked on. Light oil or lotion is usually used during the massage.

What do I do after the massage?

When the massage is finished, your massage therapist will leave the room while you dress. Massage can be profoundly relaxing, and affects all of your body's systems. Give yourself a moment before slowly getting up for the table.

How will I feel after my massage?

After a massage, most people feel very relaxed. Many experience freedom from aches and pains that have built up from months of tension or repetitive activity in their daily life. After an initial period of feeling slowed down, people often experience an increase in energy that can last for several days.

Will a massage tickle?

Ticklish people are often surprised that massage does not tickle. The touch in a massage is completely different from tickling. The intent is relaxation, the pressure gentle but firm. In addition, your massage therapist chooses strokes that gradually accustom you to the touch involved.