Alejandro Gomez, L.M.T.

Name:Alejandro Gomez
Specialty:Massage Therapist—Neuromuscular Therapy
Review:1 client review
Location:13550 SW 120 St Bay 506
Miami, FL 33186
Phone: 786-316-5255
Alejandro Gomez LMT in Florida, United States, with
License number MA61392.

The Praxis Institute graduate, with the title of LMT, Sports Massage, Deep Tissue and pathologies.

Certificate in Manual Lymphatic Drainage by Elisa Difalco (MS, 0.T., CLT-LANA) The Institute at MLD, West Palm Beach. FL. USA.

Certified Neuromuscular Therapy by Judith DeLany, LMT. Academy of Neuromuscular Therapies Internationtal NMT Training Center. St. Petersburg, FL.USA.

Through the use of the following techniques, done your massages:

Soft tissue release
Myofascial release
Trigger Point Therapy & counterstrain
PNF stretching
Self PNF Stretching
Deep Tissue
Reciprocal Inhibition
Fiber cross friction

The objective is the satisfaction physical, mental and emotional person.

We tratamietos Post and pre-operative with lymphatic drainage.
We massage, Pre and post athletic event.
We treatments for lymphedema.
We treatments for chronic and acute pain.

We, relaxing massages and reducing massage.

We massage at home or in Inspiration SPA.


Alejandro Gomez LMT en la Florida, Estados Unidos; con
licencia numero MA61392.

Egresado de The Praxis Institute, con titulo de LMT, Masaje deportivo, patologias y Deep Tissue.

Certificado en Drenaje Linfatico Manual por Elisa Difalco (M.S., 0.T., CLT-LANA) The Institute at MLD, West Palm Beach. FL. USA.

Certificado en Terapia Neuromuscular por Judith DeLany, LMT. Internationtal Academy of Neuromuscular Therapies NMT Training Center. St. Petersburg, FL.USA.

Mediante la utilizacion de las siguientes tecnicas, realiza sus masajes:

Liberacion de tejido blando
Liberacion miofacial
Trigger Point Therapy & Counterstrain
PNF estiramiento
Self PNF estiramiento
Deep Tissue
Inhibicion reciproca
Friccion cruzada de la fibra

El objetivo perseguido, es la satisfaccion fisica, mental y emocional de la persona.

Realizamos tratamietos Post y pre operatorios con el Drenaje linfatico.
Realizamos masajes, Pre y post evento atletico.
Realizamos tratamientos para Linfedemas.
Realizamos tratamientos para dolores cronicos y agudos.

Realizamos, masajes relajantes y masajes reductores.

Realizamos masajes a domicilio o en Inspiration SPA.
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The Institute at MLD, West Palm Beach FLM.L.D.N/A2011
Academy of Neuromuscular Therapies Internationtal St PetersburgN.M.T.N/A2011
NameIssued ByDuration
Massage TherapistThe Paxis2010
Neck pain and headaches can be caused by any number of sources:
-         Muscular tension (caused by poor sleeping pattern or position, prolonged use of a computer, poor ergonomics, poor posture).
-         Vascular spasm and dilation.
-         Chemical imbalances.
-         A trapped nerve caused by a bulge in one of the discs between the vertebrae.
-         Or arthritis of the neck.
Pain can range from very mild to a severe, burning feeling.
If untreated, it can quickly develop from acute (sudden and intense, L.e., crick in the neck, facet syndrome, spasms, or muscular rheumatism) to chronic.
1-     Tension type.
2-     Vascular
3-     Chemical.
4-     Traction inflammatory.
The common denominator that has been observed in tension and vascular headaches (by far the most common types) has been the activity of serotonin a neurotransmitter that has been implicated in a number of other nervous system disorders.
Both migraine and tension headache episodes show significant drops in serotonin levels as blood vessels in the brain swell.
This vasodilatation puts pressure on the meninges, the main source of sensation for the brain, and also on the trigeminal nerve complex.
The primary difference between migraine headaches and tension headaches, therefore, may simple be the trigeminal nerve complex.
The primary difference between migraine headaches and tension headaches, therefore, may simple be the triggers.
Migraines are generally associated with chemical triggers like food sensitivities or hormonal shifts.
Whereas tension headaches are more often associated with mechanical triggers like tight muscles or misaligned vertebrae.
Both types of triggers evidently may lead to serotonin shifts and intracranial vasodil.
They are headaches triggered by mechanical stress that initiate the central nervous system changes in serotonin levels and blood vessels dilation.
The average head weighs about 18 to 20 pounds.
The area of bone-to-bone contact where the occiput rests on the first cervical vertebra is about the same as two pairs of fingertips touching.
The whole thing is kept in balance by tension exerted by muscles and ligaments around the neck and head.
The muscles primarily responsibly for the posture of the head are:
Rectus capitis posterior minor
Rectus capitis posterior major
Obliquus capitis superior
Obliquus capitis inferior
Semispinalis capitis.
Splenius capitis
Longissumus capitis.
Upper trapezius attachment.
They form two inverted triangles just below the occiput.
It is not surprising, then, that when things can easily get a little out of balance, the resulting pain reverberates throughout the whole structure.
These are some of the major causes for tension headaches:
Muscular, tendinous, or ligamentous injury to the head or neck structures.
Simple muscle tension in the suboccipital triangle or the jaw flexors.
Subluxation ofr fixation of cervical vertebrae can irritate ligaments and cause muscle spasms.
structural problems in the alignment of the cranial bones or in the TMJ.
Trigger points in the muscles of the neck and head can refer pain around the head.
Eyestrain, the chronic contraction of muscles in the eye to focus on reading material or other visual input.
Ongoing mental or physical stress can change postural and movement patterns.
These are headaches that are often triggered by food sensitivities, hormonal shifts, alcohol use, or other factors that are difficult to identify.
The pain they cause comes from excessively dilated blood vessels in the meninges.
They are characterized by a pain that throbs with the patients pulse.
Migraines headaches begin with extreme vasoconstriction in the affected hemisphere, which one would expect to be painful, but it is not.
Instead a sense of euphoria is felt, although it is mixed with dread that the worst is yet to come.
The vasoconstriction is then followed by a huge vasodilatation:
A veritable flood of blood into the affected part of the brain.
It is all still contained within the vessels, of course, but all the excess pressure presses against the vessels walls and meninges, which causes excruciating pain.
Some triggers have been identified, such as the consumption of certain kinds of foods, including cheese, chocolate, coffe, tea, and any kind of alcohol.
Abnormal levels of stress can bring them on, as can hormonal shifts such as menstruation, pregnancy, and menopause.
In classic migraines the pain is preceded by blurred vision, the perception of flashing lights or auras, and even auditory hallucinations.
The patient experiences extreme throbbing pain on one side of the head, which may cause the affected eye and side of the nose to water.
Hypersensitivity to light, nausea, and vomiting are all possible.
Symptoms can persist for anywhere from several hours to several days.
They come, one right after the other, for days or weeks at a time.
Cluster headaches usually happen at night, with pain severe enough to wake a person out of a sound sleep.
Like migraines, they cause the eye and nostril of the affected side to water.
They may also cause facial swelling and unilateral sweating.
This is mentioned among vascular headaches because they also have to do with too much fluid in the skull.
The fluid is contained in the sinuses rather than the cranium itself.
They are triggered by a variety of chemical imbalances in the body.
They are often warning signs that the person has too much or too little of some substance vital to maintaining homeostasis.
Examples of chemical headaches can include:
Headaches caused by very low blood sugar.
Headaches caused by hormonal shifts like those seen with the menstrual cycle and childbirth.
Headaches caused by extreme dehydration, both from physical exertion and from alcohol consumption.
Headaches are occasionally a sign of a serious central nervous system injury or infection.
Headaches in combination with extreme fever often have a bacterial or viral precipitator.
They are usually short-lived, subsiding when the fever passes the crisis point.
The time to become concerned is when headaches are severe, repeating, and have a sudden onset, or when they have a gradual onset but not remission.
In other words, if a severe headache does not go away in 4 to 5 days on its own, it may be a symptom of some serious underlying condition.
The appropriateness of massage depends on what kind of headache the client has.
If it is related to a serious underlying pathology, or to a bacterial or viral infection, any massage is obliviously out of the question.
If it is a vascular headache, the client may be most comfortable waiting until the acute stage has passed.
Most common, tension-headaches resoundingly indicate massage.
Swedish Massage $ 70
Deep Tissue $ 80
Neuromuscular Therapy $ 80
Sport Massage $ 90
Lymphatic Drainage $ 150
Monday - Saturday 9:00 am / 7:00 pm

Client Review:

1 client review of Alejandro Gomez scored 5 out of 5.

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by gabiLop, Jul. 10, 2011

Excelente trabajo, el sabe lo que hace. Realmente me alivio. Hace un trabajo muy profesional. Tiene un muy agradable toque.

* this reviewer has be with this therapist for <6 months
* this reviewer had 3 - 5 therapists before.
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